On some occasions, there have been cases of CDB oil producers who mislabel their products. In fact, one study estimated that almost 70% of online CBD oil is labelled incorrectly. This is a major problem because, with incorrect labelling, we cannot know what the true percentage of CBD is and this can cause different effects of the oil, which could also have an impact on the possible medicinal and therapeutic benefits of CBD.
Has CBD oil been tested in laboratories?
The first thing you should find out about buying CBDoil online is if it is subjected to some type of quality control, especially if you are buying CBD as part of a treatment for a disease.
Most producers will have a section on their website explaining the process of quality and testing that the product goes through the laboratory. Each batch of oil can differ greatly, so it is important that all be tested for quality and purity. This phase in the elaboration of the product is better than it is in the hands of an external group to avoid a conflict of interests.
What is the percentage of CBD?
It is assumed that any product in which CBD is indicated among its components will contain cannabidiol. However, it does not always happen.
A way to find out if the oil you have chosen contains CBD is requesting the results of the laboratory test. Any producer that is sure of your product will happily publish this information on its website or provide it to anyone who requests it.
How was it extracted?
The extraction of CBD can be done in several ways, for example, with butane (BHO), hexane, propane or other hydrocarbons. The cleanest extractions are made with ethanol or organic ethanol. Pay attention to this information on the web where you buy the CBD oil or in the product description and always choose the cleanest option.
Do not believe everything they say
Many CBD producers make outrageous claims about the effects of their oils. It is a great marketing technique to talk about CBD hemp oil as a “miraculous cure” because it attracts clients who are looking for a cure. There is no scientific evidence that CBD cures any disease, but most of the research done so far shows that it has the potential to remedy the symptoms of many diseases and improve the quality of life of patients. Any product that claims that the CBD is the cure for a disease is using false advertising.