The number one concern on choosing the right CBD product seems to be that they are mislabeled. Here are some tips to help you.
- Choose American-grown hemp products. It is now legal to purchase and consume hemp-derived CBD in all 50 states. Because of government classification (and longtime popularity) the cultivation of hemp in the U.S. are set to higher standards.
- Choose full-spectrum CBD hemp extracts. Contrary to how it sounds, pure CBD or no THC products will not include enough cannabis compounds. There are full-spectrum CBD with 0 THC for states where THC is still illegal.
- Make sure the label has the amount of CBD per dose, as opposed to the whole bottle. Choose labels that have the quantity and ratio of CBD and THC per dose.
- Look for the manufacturing date of each CBD product.
- Some even have a batch number – used for quality control. CBD products should be lab tested to be free of any bacteria or solvent residues.
- Search for CBD that has been produced through safe extraction methods like CO2 oil.
- Choose products with quality ingredients. Avoid artificial additives like GMO and corn syrup, and thinning agents.