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Things To Know Before Purchasing CBD Products

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Written by Nancy

CBD, or Cannabidiol, is a component of cannabis and it everywhere these days. CBD is the component of cannabis that’s non-psychoactive; this means that it won’t give you that “high” feeling that keeps most people away from anything related to cannabis.

CBD products are all the rage; it’s present in makeup products, skincare serums, bath salts, capsules to alleviate menstrual pain, sleep medication, lip balm, soap, chocolate, and purely as oil as well! The benefits of CBD are abundant, it’s a natural pain reliever and can reduce inflammation and irritation; it’s also said to be great for your skin, sleep, and mental wellbeing.

While you’re navigating yourself in a world teeming with CBD-infused products, here are few things to know before you make a purchase:

The source of the hemp

With changing state-wise laws regarding hemp and marijuana cultivation in the United States, it’s imperative to know the source of the cannabis that’s making up your products. CBD derived from organically grown hemp is free from toxins, pesticides and other harmful substances; this is what you should be looking out for in your products, so it doesn’t adversely affect your health.

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The level of THC

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is another component of cannabis; it defers from CBD in the fact that it has psychoactive tendencies. This means that, when you use a CBD product with a higher level of THC, you may get the “high” feeling without intending to get it. Keep an eye out to make sure the THC level in your CBD products is, at least, below 0.03 percent. When you ensure this, you won’t have a fear of THC’s mind-altering effects and won’t get high.

Know how much you’re getting

When you’re purchasing a product specifically to get the benefits of its star ingredient—CBD—you want to know you’re getting a good amount of it. While CBD can be diluted, some companies tend to add a very negligible amount of CBD into the product; this means you’re getting little to no benefit from it. Make sure you’re getting somewhere between 250mg and 1000mg of CBD per fluid ounce.

Is it too good to be true?

Cheaper is not always better, especially when it comes to products like CBD. If you’re about to purchase a product that’s too inexpensive, you may want to reconsider. The amount and quality of CBD should never be compromised; a higher price tag will ensure the best methods of extraction and the highest quality ingredients have been used. At least, that way, you’ll be getting your money’s worth.

Do your research

It’s imperative to do your own research and make sure the company, and the product, are legitimate options for you to consider in getting your CBD fix. A company that doesn’t list all the information or doesn’t offer good return policies may not be a great option to go for.

Marijuana and cannabis aren’t just becoming popular in the world of beauty and wellness, it’s proving beneficial in the medical realm as well. Take advantage of the range of benefits you can derive from medical marijuana’s healing properties in reducing nausea, and decreasing inflammation and pain. Make use of Midori Med’s services to carry out comprehensive and efficient screening and registry services to smoothly gain access to approved dispensaries near you.

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About the author



I’m Nancy and no, I didn’t always look like I do in that picture on the right. My foray into health and fitness began as a brace-faced, 16 year-old who was too afraid to wear a two-piece at the beach because I felt my body paled in comparison to my much more toned friends.