We would like thank you for visiting our CBD Hemp Oil Buying Guide. Anything you need to know or need to buy you will find right here, with us. Considering the fact that CBD is one of the most misunderstood dietary supplements on the market, and also because entrepreneurs who venture into this market have to deal with the unfortunate psychoactive legacy of most Cannabis strains, it may have taken you a while to find this reputable website and online CBD Oil shop. If you are an existing customer and know exactly what you are looking for, please proceed to the shop.
If, however, you do not know much about Cannabis and CBD and your research is meant to lead you towards buying your very first CBD Hemp oil product, please read on. You have come to the right place. This is where you won’t have to dig too deep to find what you need.
As a means of explanation I would like to use an analogy to clarify why Cannabis has such an unhealthy reputation, and why CBD and CBD products should be excluded from this legacy:
Consider a fairly ordinary family that consists of two parents and a number of children. The eldest kid is a lovable everyday teenager, doing good wherever she goes, while her twin brother just commonly messes up everything. Both kids have their good points, but the bad points of the brother sometimes just drown the good points of the entire family because they are all that ever reaches the local news stand. The parents have to constantly try and cover up the mess-ups, and the younger children are judged because of what Bratty Twinny does. The family gets a bad reputation because of what this inconsiderate little delinquent teenager does…
Get the point?
The Cannabis scenario is fairly similar. Cannabis has never been a bad plant/herb. Quite the contrary: it has been used for healing purposes for many centuries, and is effective against a vast array of diseases and conditions. The Cannabis family’s combined benefits to us are about 1000 times more than its one bad trait, i.e. the psychoactive quality of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). But that one bad trait was enough to mess up the reputation of the entire Cannabis plant family. And we are working to get that sorted by distinguishing between the two main Cannabinoids in Cannabis, i.e. THC and CBD (Cannabidiol).
Fortunately, our story does not end with Bratty Twinny messing it up for everybody else, because his good sister works hard to destroy the bad reputation and to get the family legacy restored to what it should be. And as an extra bonus, she even gets her brother to show his good side…
Know your Cannabinoids
Note that both THC and CBD have excellent healing properties. But what separates the two is the fact, as with the good twin in our analogy, that CBD has no psychoactive properties, and that it actually works to neutralize the psychoactive effects of THC. And even THC has a whole lot of good healing properties that work against a great variety of diseases and conditions. Fact remains that it still has this psychoactive trait that caused all the trouble in the first place, so to get governments globally to completely legalize the little brat would be a bit of a mission. But with CBD we don’t have that problem, because CBD is not a psychoactive substance.
The onus now rests on us, the pro Cannabis community, to help the public understand this core difference between the two Cannabinoids. People in general, while they are still ignorant about these matters, seem to think that the two are the same, like identical twins, but they’re not. Like the twins in our story, these two substances are not identical. They share only the good traits.
And while in most states and countries (with only a few exceptions such as Colorado) THC is currently legally available only as Medical Cannabis or Medical THC as prescribed by a medical practitioner, CBD and CBD products are (with only a few exceptions) completely legal globally. CBD is also completely safe to use, not only because you cannot get high on it, but because there is nothing in it that can harm you. For more about various Cannabis plants and their differences, see this article.
Before you just go ahead and buy now that you know a bit more about Cannabis, there are a few other things to consider, such as the brand of the product, the concentration, the type of product and especially what you need the product for. It is better to be informed than in the dark, so please read on:
CBD Hemp Oil Buying Guide
Buying CBD Oil involves more than just browse, click and pay. There are several types of products, to begin with. You should know whether you need a spray or drops, for instance, as well as how much CBD is contained in each product. In many cases the products come in a variety of concentrations. The three most important criteria are discussed below:
First off you should know that the CBD content differs from product to product. CBD cannot harm you, but it is good to know how much of it you actually consume when you use a CBD product. Also, CBD products are measured in how much Hemp Oil they contain, as well as the specific CBD content. Therefore be sure, when looking to find out how much CBD a product contains, that you look at CBD content and not Hemp Oil content. It is displayed in either mg or %.
Hemp Oil Content
As stated above, CBD products are measured in CDB content as well as Hemp Oil content. The difference is that the CBD is contained within the Hemp Oil, so the CBD content will always be lower than the Hemp Oil content. Hemp Oil on its own is also beneficial, but when buying a product for the CBD that it contains it just makes sense to look at how much CBD it contains. For example: buying Hemp Oil with too low a concentration of CBD would be similar to buying Flax Oil with a too low concentration of Omega 3 fatty acid.
Calculating the CBD content
- A bottle of CBD Hemp Oil contains 10 ml (equals 10g) of oil and is indicated with 6% CBD.
- 10 ml equals 10g. 10g equals 10.000 mg.
- 6% of 10.000 mg is 600 mg pure CBD in this bottle.
Content and concentration are equally important, and goes hand in hand as far as the strength and quality of the product is concerned. While content has to do with how much CBD is in a product, concentration has to do with the strength of the content. In our shop we sell products that vary from a normal concentration to an extremely high concentration. The specific concentration chosen should depend on the product type and the amount of CBD you want to take. Recommended dosages for first time users would vary from 1-2 mg daily to begin with.
Depending on your particular physical setup (weight, metabolism, body type, etc.), you may decide to begin with 3mg. You can gradually increase that as your body gets used to it. There is no psychoactive- or other dangerous content in our products, so you can safely increase the level until you find your ideal dosage. The best method for a beginner would be to begin with 2-3mg daily for a week, then double the dose for another week, and carry on that way until you get to the point where you can feel that you are taking the correct dosage.
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2.Types of CBD Products
CBD Oil is a constructive, healthy dietary supplement, extremely flexible and can be used in a multitude of different edible products. The range of health benefits offered by this substance is already well known by many people. Our shop features many different types of products, from oil Concentrates to oil edibles to drops and tinctures and more. We even offer a range of pet products for those of us who love our pets too much to let them go through life without having access to the benefits that CBD offers.
Our products come in various flavors, and also the original flavor for the more robust among us.
Our shop features a comprehensive range of drops and tinctures of various concentrations, from Charlotte’s Web which is available in concentrations of 250mg and 500mg, to Tasty Drops, in various delicious flavors and available in either 150mg or 300mg.
Tinctures are taken by dropping it under your tongue and letting your body absorb it from there. Flavors include cinnamon, vanilla, peppermint and more.
CBD oil concentrates are usually chosen by those who want the strongest and most concentrated form of the substance. They usually have no flavor added, and come in wax crumbles and pure oil. They are usually consumed orally or via a vaporizer.
We have a substantial variety of oil concentrates available in our shop. Oil concentrates would suit all types of users. Beginners may find these concentrates a bit strong, but would definitely benefit from them at a later stage.
These are merely devices that work the same as an e-pen, by which the concentrated vape oil in the vaporizer gets vaporized and then taken into the lungs. The fact that the fume is taken into the lungs makes this the fastest way for the CBD to get into your body. We have an extremely extensive range of vape oil, as well as vaporizer kits for you to choose from.
Vape Oils are available with or without terpenes and come in various unusual flavors such as Black Pepper, Basil, Clove, etc. They are available in various concentrations. Read more: CBD Vape Oil for Sale
We currently have a range of 3 oral spray flavor varieties. The Pharma hemp CBD that we stock is more than just another hemp oil supplement, they are a vegan hemp oil tincture that contains more CBD than ordinary hemp. Naturally grown from Non-GMO hemp, where no pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers were used. It features a 500mg concentration, and comes in Original, Vanilla and Peppermint flavors.
Suggested use: 2 sprays under the tongue and hold for 30 seconds. Repeat twice daily.
These capsules are available in various brands and comprise hemp oil that is in powder form encapsulated in standard capsules. There is also a soft gel version available, as well as a suppository. They are easily dissolvable and digestible and are quickly absorbed by the body.
They come in various concentrations of CBD, and are ideal for those of us who like to keep track of our daily CBD intake in a measured form. They can be easily taken with you, enabling you to take them whenever you need to. They also simplify the method of gradually increasing your dosage until you reach your ideal dosage.
We have a range of great CBD containing edibles such as Hemp CBD Oil Honey, Hemp CBD Oil Peanut Butter, and CBD and caffeine containing Tasty Chews which come in four flavors (Cinnamon Fire, Citrus Mango, Icy Mint and Sour Apple).
Hemp CBD Oil Honey, Hemp CBD Oil Peanut Butter are both available in 170mg containers and featuring 500mg of CBD. Chews are available in packs of either 4 or 8 units of 5mg each, and each unit contains 100mg of CBD.
These edibles are great to have with your meals or just as a snack.
As with all our products, we use only the finest CBD extracted from organic Grown Hemp (Cannabis Sativa).
They are pleasantly fragranced and easy to use, and come with various concentrations of CBD. These products are great for a number of purposes, such as joint relief, etc.
We currently offer a range of four CBD oil products for pets. These oils are customized to suit the needs of your specific pet, and is great for calming a pet in case of, specifically, separation anxiety (when you need to go to work and your dog cannot stand the idea).
The CBD Paws Hemp Oil for pets is of the same composition as our Full Spectrum Cannabinoid Extract, so your pets are getting the same great benefits of the full spectrum of cannabinoids, without any effect of ‘high’ or psychoactive effects.
This works well for insomnia, so your pet will sleep well. Tasty drops for pets work well for pain (ex. arthritis), Anxiety (ex. separation, loud noise, travel, etc.), inflammation, nausea, loss of appetite, seizures.
Thank you for reading our guide
We would like to thank you for reading our CBD buying guide. Now that you are not all that ignorant anymore, we would like to invite you to visit our shop.
Browse at your leisure before you decide which product will suit you best.
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