1. Always request third party lab results. Customers should always request third party lab results that test for potency, pesticides, residual solvents, and mycotoxins of the CBD hemp oil. If a company is reluctant to share these results with you, it should automatically be a red flag and indicate that they have something to hide.
2. Pay attention to the product labeling. What is the dosage of the actual active CBD? Pay particular attention to the product labeling. Is the dosage (mg) listed on the bottle the actual active CBD in that product? Or is it the dosage (mg) of the CBD hemp oil? These are two clearly different measurements that could make a strong difference in the potency of the product.
3. Ask for advice Don’t be shy to ask for expert advice when you’re buying CBD oil products.The CBD oil market is young and immature, where the regulations and quality control practices are still subpar at best. Don’t just trust a product because it’s
a “known brand” (we’ve found many reports of bigger CBD brands having dubious quality control). You can even reach out to us reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns while shopping for CBD oil.