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Buying CBD oil for the first time can be overwhelming. Get the answers you need and purchase with confidence using CBDfx’s 2019 CBD purchasing guide.
So, you’ve decided that you want to purchase CBD for the first time — or maybe you’re ready to move on from a CBD brand that’s let you down. Either way, now’s the time to firm up your facts on CBD, its effects, and how to use it. Here at CBDfx, we figured we’d make things nice and easy with this comprehensive 2019 CBD purchasing guide. Find out the 10 questions you should be asking before you buy CBD oil, and brush up on the basic facts of cannabidiol to make sure you get the most out of your purchase.
First, let’s cover 10 of the most important things you should know to maximize the value you derive from your CBD purchase. We’ve hand-picked the following questions to give you a leg up on your CBD quest, and let us know if you have any burning questions we didn’t answer:
1. What Effect Does CBD Have?
First thing’s first: let’s be very clear about the fact that the FDA has not yet approved the use of CBD to self-treat any specific condition or symptom, and CBDfx doesn’t make any claims regarding the use of our products to that end. Before we answer your questions regarding CBD drops effects or any other pressing CBD topics that might be on your mind, it’s crucial to provide a brief overview of the current state of the CBD industry.
The most recent major landmark in the history of CBD was the passage of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill) last December. Congress puts together a Farm Bill every year, but what made this 2018 piece of legislature different was its inclusion of new hemp and CBD provisions.
Up until the most recent Farm Bill, the DEA had classified CBD as a constituent of “marijuana,” which remains a Schedule I drug. This technicality stymied CBD production in the country, and it was out-of-sync with other laws and regulations surrounding cannabidiol, not to mention the established science surrounding the cannabis plant. Since 2014, for instance, it’s been legal to cultivate CBD-rich hemp under special research programs, but CBD producers and investors remained majorly apprehensive about the future of the industry until the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill.
This piece of legislation removes CBD from the DEA’s definition of marijuana, which means that CBD is now legal on the federal level.
CBD is non-intoxicating, which means that it does not cause the “high” effect of its infamous cousin, THC. Additionally, CBD is non-toxic.
2. Does CBD Oil Calm the Nervous System?
CBDfx cannot make any claims pertaining to CBD affecting the nervous system.
3. Can CBD Help Acne?
For most people, acne is a common annoyance that ranges from mildly discomforting to occasionally painful. Others, however, experience acne so severe that it’s disfiguring, and currently available acne treatments make sufferers wonder if the cure is worse than the disease.
CBDfx cannot make any claims, implied or otherwise, that CBD helps you with acne.
4. Where Can I Find a Reliable CBD Oil Benefits List?
Given the current regulatory climate surrounding CBD, it can be hard to find definitive information on hemp oil tincture effects— or any effects that CBD may (or may not) have. CBDfx cannot make any sort of claim, implied of otherwise, that our products have specific benefits.
5. Is There A Best CBD Oil for ADHD?
CBDfx will not be making any claims regarding the use of CBD to treat any specific product or condition, including ADHD.
6. The Effects of CBD: How do I use CBD oil?
There are lots of different ways that you can use CBD. For instance, you can take CBD in capsules, swallow it in tinctures, or even vaporize it with a disposable CBD vape pen. When you decide that you’d like to take CBD, however, you’ll need to experiment to find the method that you enjoy the most.
Any substance that you inhale into your lungs will provide potent and practically instant effects that generally last about half an hour. Called pulmonary administration, this ingestion method is popular when you want to experience the effects of a substance immediately.
Ingesting substances orally provides long-term effects that persist the entire time that the substance moves through your digestive tract. These effects aren’t as potent as those offered by pulmonary administration in part due to the fact that the liver filters out a portion of the active ingredients you ingest.
At the same time, oral administration might be the right choice if you want the effects of the substance you’re ingesting to last for a while. Sublingual and topical administration also have their own advantageous qualities, so make sure to try each administration method before you decide which is best for you. You may even want to try multiple methods at the same time!
7. What Can I Learn from CBDfx Reviews?
You can learn just how much CBD users love our brand, for one! We have tons and tons of five-star product reviews for the items we offer at CBDfx.com, and reading these reviews can give you insight into how the mechanical aspect of our pens works, as well as which items are the most convenient to take with you on the go!
8. Does CBDfx Have THC?
Some of the products we offer at CBDfx.com contain full-spectrum CBD oil, which does contain trace amounts of THC at concentrations of less than 0.3%. That’s far too low to make you feel “high” or even test positive on a drug test in the vast majority of cases. For every full-spectrum CBD product we offer, however, we provide another option with broad-spectrum or isolate CBD, which contain nearly untraceable amounts of THC. The type of CBD we use in each product is included in the ingredients list or product description, but reach out to us if you have any questions about which type of CBD is present in the product you’re considering.
9. Where to Buy CBDfx?
Right here at CBDfx.com is the best place in the world to buy our products! We routinely offer sales and other discounts, and new CBDfx products are available here before you can find them anywhere else. Plus, the CBDfx blog is considered to be one of the most definitive sources of CBD information on the internet.
10. Can I Save Money with CBD Bundles?
Of course! We offer a wide variety of CBD discount bundles here at CBDfx.com, and you can use these bundles to save while getting more out of your shopping experience. If you want to try both CBD capsules and disposable CBD vape pens at the same time, for instance, there’s a bundle for that, and if you can’t decide between our four epic CBD balms, there’s a bundle for that too. If you have any favorite products that you’d like to see bundled, we always love to hear suggestions from our customers.
Now that we’ve covered the top 10 CBD questions you should ask, there are a few more points we should cover to ensure you have everything you need at your disposal to make an informed purchase. Whether you’re entirely new to CBD or you’ve used this cannabinoid before, make sure you brush up on these basic facts and helpful tips before you proceed:
Types of CBD
One of the first things you’ll learn as you research CBD is that not all types of CBD are the same. For starters, it’s rare for any two brands to extract their CBD from the same hemp crop, and there are tons of different ways to raise, nurture, and harvest CBD-rich hemp. That’s why it’s so important to only work with brands that offer organic, non-GMO CBD.
From there, it’s also important to familiarize yourself with the different types of CBD extract on the market. When CBD is initially extracted from CBD-rich hemp, it is in a form called “full-spectrum CBD oil.” This type of extract gets this name because it’s in a viscous, oily form and because it contains the “full spectrum” of natural cannabinoids and terpenes present in hemp. While full-spectrum hemp oil contains a small amount of THC, hemp plants used for CBD production are required to contain less than 0.3% THC on a dry weight basis, which is generally considered to be too small of concentration to get you high or show up on a drug test.
Additionally, you could purchase an extract called “broad-spectrum hemp oil.” This name indicates that this type of extract contains more than just the CBD molecule, but doesn’t offer the full spectrum of cannabinoids as full-spectrum does.
Consumers who want to avoid THC to the greatest extent turn to isolate CBD. This type of CBD contains almost nothing but the cannabidiol molecule itself, which some who want the full value of the hemp plant might consider “throwing the baby out with the bathwater.” Isolate CBD certainly does, however, have its advantages.
Finding a Trustworthy Brand
In the last year or so, CBD brands have begun spreading across the internet like wildfire. Every aspect of the CBD market has thrived due to the 2018 Farm Bill, but unfortunately, the amount of money that’s now pouring into the CBD sector has also incentivized everyone to start their own CBD brands.
Amid this glut of brand diversity, established players in the industry continue to get the most attention. While it’s easier to start a CBD brand now that this cannabinoid is legal and so popular, things didn’t used to be this way. CBD companies that were started in 2015, 2016, and 2017, for instance, had to fight an uphill battle just to get their products noticed, and they were concerned every day about the industry’s lasting potential. Older brands have proved their mettle many times over, which means that the age of a CBD brand is a big determiner of its trustworthiness.
Even some brands that have been around forever, however, aren’t any good, which means that you’ll have to look beyond a company’s age if you want to get the full picture. One great place to start is by calculating the price-per-milligram (PPMG) for a product you’re considering and comparing it to another option on the market. It’s easy: Simply take the price of the CBD product and divide it by the number of milligrams of CBD present in the product.
Some variation in price per milligram is to be expected based on product quality and a variety of other factors. If you find that a CBD company is charging nearly twice the amount for what’s essentially the same product that another brand is offering, then it doesn’t matter how established that company may be. Price is price, so pick the established CBD brand that offers the best balance of low PPMG and high product quality.
How to Read CBD Reviews
First, it’s important to point out that there are a few different types of CBD reviews out there. CBD product reviews, which are usually left by average consumers without any specialist CBD knowledge, are plentiful but short. You can’t get a comprehensive grasp of the quality of a CBD product without sorting through dozens of CBD product reviews left by different consumers.
CBD testimonials, on the other hand, focus more on the overall experience a consumer has with CBD or with a brand in general. Instead of providing a quick take on the advantages or detractors of a product, a CBD testimonial delivers a narrative-based snapshot into the life of someone who has used cannabidiol. These can give you greater insight into the convenience and ease-of-use of certain products.
CBD blog reviews are usually provided by people with expertise in the CBD industry. These long-form reviews are written by consumers or CBD advocates who want to get their entire points across as they extoll the virtues (or bemoan the bad points) of a CBD product they’ve tried. While cannabidiol blog reviews may still only constitute a single person’s perspective, they contain a lot more information than testimonials or short product reviews you can find on an e-commerce website.
The CBD market is evolving at a faster pace than anyone could have imagined. Many leaders in the CBD industry seriously wondered whether this highly promising market would even survive at all, but ever since the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, the CBD market has been soaring to ever-greater heights.
At this point, analysts are expecting the CBD industry to exceed $20 billion per year by 2024, and this rapid expansion has been an incredible windfall to American farmers who have been negatively impacted by the current administration’s tariffs on China. CBD is a boon to the American economy, and tons of major brands are now jumping on the CBD bandwagon.
No matter what may happen in the world of CBD, continue to count on CBDfx as your source of high-quality, low-price CBD products and detailed cannabidiol information. As one of the most established brands on the internet, we’ve loved and promoted CBD since before it was popular; and we continue to be given incredible opportunities to share our cannabidiol products with people from around the world. Whenever you have questions about CBD, our expert customer service staff will be there to assist you, and whenever you’re in need of CBD vape juice, CBD topicals, CBD gummies, or any other type of cannabidiol product under the sun, CBDfx will be there to help. Count on us to make the process of buying CBD easier at every step of the way!
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