Where Should I Buy CBD?

You’ve been stuck at home so long, and now you can finally get out of the house. And you want to get your CBD from a store instead of waiting for it to be delivered from the internet. Before two months ago, odds are you’ve probably seen it sold in a wide array of stores from gas stations to high-end boutiques. So how do you judge where you should be getting it from?

Just like with any other product, not all CBD is created equal – the oil can come in all sorts of different quantities, types, and qualities. To reap the full benefits of CBD oil, the most important thing is only to purchase high-quality CBD. Of course, different products are available in other states, so it’s essential to do your research to buy reputable CBD. Today we’ll look at how to buy CBD to make sure you’re getting a product that’s both reputable and effective.

What Reputable Stores Sell CBD? 

Because different CBD brands are available in other states and regions, it can be hard to find a clear-cut answer as to the best physical store to buy CBD. CBD online stores can be even more confusing, with over 10,000 results for CBD on Amazon alone (we will cover CBD and Amazon at a later date, but for now, just don’t buy it off Amazon). Luckily, there are countless guides and articles online that have done the hours of research necessary to find the best CBD sources. As an example, CBDOilUsers.com put together this guide that goes over some of the best CBD oils, and they also offer personalized recommendations to help you find your best fit. 

If you’re doing your own research, however, these are the things you should keep in mind when purchasing CBD at a store of your choice.

  1. Is it derived from high-quality varietals with superior phytocannabinoid and terpene profiles?
  2. Has it has been responsibly grown, harvested, extracted, and manufactured in the USA.
  3. Was it manufactured in FDA compliant facilities with clean, chemical-free, and solvent-free extraction methods?
  4. Is it third-party lab tested and certified – and can provide proof of such be shown?

All CBD products you use should have an up-to-date, accurate COA (Certificate of Analysis) that will provide documentation about the product’s legitimacy.

When you’re buying Tree of Life Seeds products, you can be confident that they’re all of the above, and additionally: 

  • Cruelty-free
  • Artificial dye-free
  • Paraben-free
  • Mineral oil-free
  • Phthalate-free

CBD in Convenience Stores

The amount of CBD found in convenience store brands is incredibly hard to quantify since there’s usually much less intensive compliance monitoring, and small stores are rarely held responsible for their inventory by the FDA. Since there are less rigorous brand standards, you’ll want to be more skeptical of unverified store brands because they may advertise false claims about their CBD to sell more products. The safe bet is to stick to verified brands with reviews by real customers readily available.

Does Cost Translate to Quality? 

 If you see an extremely cheap product – that’s likely because it’s not of the highest quality or quantity. However, just because a product’s price is higher does not mean that it contains inherently higher-quality CBD. Instead, you should measure price performance based on its spectrum, purity, ease of use, and reviews to determine a fair price for reputable CBD. Plus, remember to look at how much CBD you are getting for the money. Just like you can get one does of allergy medicine at the gas station for $7-10, you can frequently get only a few doses of CBD for a higher single dosage cost than it would be if you buy it in a month’s quantity.

A common form of CBD – and the one that appears most commonly in products on the market  – is made from CBD isolate, the CBD cannabinoid isolated from the rest of the compounds in cannabis. While this form of CBD is entirely THC-free, it lacks the other beneficial cannabinoids. To retain and preserve as many naturally occurring non-psychoactive compounds in CBD as possible, Tree of Life Seeds oils are all broad-spectrum.

 

Difference Between High- and Low-Quality CBD

In its simplest form, high-quality CBD will be well-produced and effective: you’ll easily be able to find reviews or ambassadors who share their experiences using the product. If you end up with low-quality CBD, you’ll likely not experience all of its benefits, or at worse, even experience adverse effects.

To ensure the quality of the product, you’ll want to check out a companies website and read reviews before purchasing CBD oil. The certificate of analysis (COA) is an excellent resource that will help you distinguish a good product from a bad one.

CBD products exist on a spectrum that varies in quality and effectiveness: to ensure that you’re not wasting your money, it’s essential to buy quality CBD products from trusted sources. For the most part, buying CBD online is the best way to accomplish this because you can research the product before purchasing it, and reputable companies will always have information about their items readily available and easy to understand.

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