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10 Essential Things You Need To Know Before Buying CBD

10 Essential things you need to know before buying CBD

10 Essential things you need to know before buying CBD

10 tips on buying cbd oil

So before buying your magic CBD, there are 10 essential things you need to know. Here is the bullet point guide on whats going to be covered.

  1. ? Pick from a list of well-established brands.
  2. ? Look for evidence of third-party lab tests.
  3. ?Finding a brand that has educational information and provides updates.
  4. ? Clarity of instructions.
  5. ? What support is there for you after you buy CBD
  6. ? One factor to consider is bioavailability.
  7. ? The CBD needs time to work.
  8. ? Does the company have consumer reviews?
  9. ? Various methods of taking CBD.
  10. ? Strengths of CBD are not all the same.

Welcome to the guide on buying CBD and things to consider before buying it. After reading you may have questions, simply drop us a message and we will clarify any questions or concerns you have. If it’s worth doing its worth doing right.

1? Pick from a list of well-established brands. There are many companies and individuals that provide CBD to the marketplace and you’ll see some of the same companies pop up over and over again. Not all CBD is the same. Popular brands such as Charlotte’s Web, Goodbody, Bella’s Grace, Lazarus Naturals. To name a few these have firmly established themselves as quality sources, so you can also pick a brand from a list like this one and you won’t have to worry about the guesswork of figuring out if the brand you’re buying is trustworthy. For a quality product and service will reflect on its price.

2? Look for evidence of third-party lab tests. You want to know whats in your CBD. So, a company that produces lab testing, which reveals exactly how much CBD, any trace metals and fillers is critical. These results are available for you to see for yourself, if they don’t produce results then alarm bells may sound. Recently 30 products in the U.K. were tested from the high street retailers and it was found that 1 had no CBD content at a cost of £99, 17 others had less CBD content than advertised, and 5 had higher trace metals, 2 had filler agents, that left 5 companies that either had the right amount of everything or a higher content of CBD. The popular brands mentioned above came within the top five.

3?Finding a brand that has educational  information and provides updates. It’s important to be on the ball and with this industry changing you need to know what’s occurring which is clear cut and transparent in the cannabis industry. Education brings people to make informed educated decisions. Check out their news blogs and social media contents with their updates, news and support.

4? Clarity of instructions. Knowing how to use the CBD is important and in this emerging industry with regulations and standards varying, clear instructions on how to use the products to get optimum results is paramount. For example, two people the same age, but different weight and height. How do you figure out what’s right for you? This is where you would need to contact the supplier to find your “sweet spot.”

5? What support is there for you after you buy CBD? You may find it helpful to see if the company provides a follow up support service. Coming across CBD Oils & Creams they developed a messenger 30 day journal, where you can log your results. It’s handy if together one can keep track of how much you’ve taken. Its interactive and guides you perfectly and if you are stuck you have your own personal CBD coach to speak with. Their mission is to help all CBD users not just their customers. What a fantastic support system. An example of this is using a messenger guide and journal can be found at

6?One factor to consider is bioavailability. What is this we hear you ask? This essentially refers to how much of the CBD actually gets into your bloodstream. For example, if you eat CBD gummies, they have to go through your digestive tract before you can absorb them, and the amount that ends up in your system may be relatively low. On the other hand, if you take a tincture sublingually, which means under the tongue, you’re absorbing it directly into your bloodstream. So you could get quicker, more noticeable results than you would from waiting for your digestive system to process it. For an example of the different types of CBD can be viewed here.

7? The CBD needs time to work. The first time I tried CBD, I wondered if I’d wasted my money on some overhyped trend. I put some drops of an oil tincture under my tongue, expected near-instant relief from my chronic pain, and got… nothing. My experience isn’t at all unusual, because immediate results aren’t all that common. In fact, many people take CBD for several weeks before they see a difference. Having support from the company will make all the difference. You may even have more questions from this – its worth viewing the common questions asked.

8? Does the company have consumer reviews? Websites like share CBD Oil Users reviews on brand effectiveness, delivery time, and customer service, as well as customer stories and what they use it for. This is helpful to see what you may expect too. View some recent reviews here.

9? Various methods of taking CBD. You may need a different delivery system, and it seems like I’m hearing about a new CBD product just about every week. You can find everything from CBD coffee to bath salts & drinks. Common forms of CBD can be tinctures, topical creams, vape oils, capsules, edible treats like gummies and chocolate . So if you’ve been trying one delivery system with no luck, it’s possible that a different form would work better for you. In addition, your most effective method may vary depending on what type of relief you’re looking for. For example, a topical balm won’t help you with your panic attacks. But it can offer potential relief for, say, sore muscles, if you zero in on that particular area.

10? Strengths of CBD are not all the same. For example, did you know if you had a 500mg bottle in 10ml vs 500mg in a 30ml is it the same % CBD? Answer is No! the 10ml will have a CBD content of 5% while the 30ml will have a CBD content of 1.75%. So finding the right dosage of CBD can be a tricky task. This is where speaking with a company is important.

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Report produced by CBD Coach CSmith BSc ITHF.

CBD Support guide from – covers CBD questionnaire and example of customer follow up systems available.

CBD Social community group Facebook group with CBD users experiences and questions and answer corner.

?CBD Product Disclaimer. The statements & references to products found on the group/website have not been evaluated by the FSA (Food Standards Agency). Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. Information supplied here is not intended to replace advice from your doctor. Store out of reach of young children. Do not exceed recommended dose. It is important to note that our products are food supplements and are not in any way medicinal. While we aim to answer all questions you have about our products, we are not legally allowed to give medical advice, always ask your doctor.

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