CBD Quality Knowledge is Key

by | Nov 26, 2019 | Community

 A study conducted by Penn State University verified that 70 percent of all CBD products are mislabeled and don’t contain the amount of CBD suggested on the label. When you buy CBD you are paying for the amount of CBD in the product. If you find CBD at prices that seem too good to be true, it probably is too good to be true.
Illegal Advertising
Companies that make statements about CBD curing diseases, violate FDA compliance guidelines. Such statements expose the company to being shut down. Any company that is willing to risk their business to sell you CBD should be considered a big red flag.
Is your CBD product high quality?
Most people evaluate CBD companies based on product reviews or word of mouth. Unfortunately, this is an industry where you cannot take anyone’s word for it. Being a popular brand or a big company does not assure that the product is good or safe.
Four Questions to Ask Before You Buy
Is your product natural? Does your product use certified-organic carrier oils? What categorizes a great oil is the ingredient that it is blended with and how it is extracted.
Is your product THC and contaminant free? Unless specifically stated in lab reports, most products are not.
Can I see your lab reports? For a lab report to be valid, it must come from a third party, which good manufacturers will do to assure your safety. Don’t just ask for the report, look at the report.
Where and how are your products made? A good company will only sell their own products. Vertical integration is the only way to truly assure the quality of CBD from seed to sale.
About the author: Sean James is the CEO of bZen Organics and a CBD industry business consultant.
For further information contact bZen Organics at 661-279-0880. We are located at 23300 Cinema Drive #233 in Santa Clarita. Please visit our website at: https://www.bzenorganics.com

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