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Choosing The Right CBD Product

Posted by CANNASaver on Friday, 28 October 2016 in Canna Blog

How to choose and buy CBD

The benefits of CBD oil have been circling on the internet and making headlines in the media for years now, from its positive effects on the skin to its ability to help the body to heal. More and more people are thinking about giving CBD oil a try in hopes of finding relief from anxiety, pain, or other conditions, to gain a more youthful appearance, or simply to supplement the diet with a nutrient-rich additive that is packed with antioxidants. If you're thinking of trying CBD oil for the first time, you probably have some questions. Exactly what is cbd and how is it made? How do you choose the right cbd product? How can you avoid wasting money on a poor quality product? Will it get you high? And how do you know where to buy CBD oil? These are very common and frequently asked questions, and it's best to get the answers before you buy CBD for the first time. Here are the FAQs and the facts about cbd, cbd oil, and other cbd products.

What is cbd and how is it made?

CBD is a resinous substance that occurs naturally in the cannabis plant. Its technical name is cannabidiol. CBD is derived from the flowers of the marijuana plant, where the resin glands reside. It's important to note that CBD oil is different from hemp seed oil, which is extracted from the seeds rather than from the flowers.

There are various ways to extract cbd. Some cbd manufacturers use a carrier oil such as hemp seed oil or olive oil to extract the cbd, while other cbd producers use chemical solvents or CO2 to separate out the cannabidiols. Oil extraction is arguably the safest and definitely the least expensive method, but cbd oil produced in this way won't stay fresh as long as cbd extracted through other methods.

How do you choose the right cbd product?

There are many cbd products on the market, from nutritional supplements and topical products, to cbd-rich cannabis strains that you smoke just like regular marijuana. What product you choose depends on the intended effect as well as your personal preferences. For ongoing health benefits, you might consider a cbd oil that can be directly added to the foods you eat. If immediate pain relief in the moment is what you seek, try smoking cbd-rich cannabis strains or consuming a cbd edible. For skin problems such as wrinkles, rashes, or dryness, try a topical cbd oil, cream, or ointment that you can slather directly onto your skin.

How do I avoid getting ripped-off on bad cbdcbd  products?

With so many different cbd products out there from so many different manufacturers, it's easy to choose a poor quality product by mistake, especially when purchasing cbd products online. If you know what to look for, however, you’ll be able to discern the high quality cbd from the poor quality stuff that can seriously be a waste of time and money. Concentration is the tip-off to quality. While a more concentrated cbd product will cost more initially, it's often a better value than a weaker, more diluted cbd product. It's the cbd you're wanting, so look for a product that contains a high concentration of the good stuff. Concentrations vary widely and making sense of the labels can be difficult. Be sure you're looking at the percentage of cbd content and not simply the volume of the product as a whole. To ensure that you're getting your money's worth, buy only from trusted manufacturers that have many positive reviews as well as a solid customer service department in case you have any questions after making your purchase.

Does cbd get you high?

Cbd does not get you high as it is not psychoactive. However, many cbd products do also contain THC which definitely will get you high. If you don't want to get stoned, be sure your product contains only the cbd and none of the THC. If you do want some of the higher effects, look for products containing a balanced mix of THC and CBD.

Where can I buy cbd near me?

If you're in a legal weed state, your best bet for purchasing cbd is to buy cbd in person from a trusted marijuana dispensary. If you have any questions, the budtenders can advise you, plus you'll be able to compare different products more easily. Seeing a product firsthand gives you a much clearer notion of what that product actually is and actually does. With many cbd products that you can buy online, you won't be able to fully examine the label until after you've made the purchase. It's important to read the fine print when it comes to buying cbd so that you’ll know exactly what you're getting for the money you're spending. If you're looking for where to buy cbd in Denver check out Cannasaver where you can find info and money-saving coupons from many local Denver dispensaries like Karmaceuticals and Livwell that carry a wide range of cbd products.

 

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