3 Factors that Will Affect the Quality of CBD Products

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3 Factors that Will Affect the Quality of CBD Products

When we hear of all the purported benefits of CBD oil and its derived products, we may think that they look too good to be true. However, not only are many of these benefits true, but we’re actually only scratching the surface. More and more research is proving the effectiveness of CBD in treating all sorts of illnesses and disorders, and we can expect more evidence to come out.

However, the mistake would be to go out and buy just any product with CBD on it thinking you will get the benefits. You first have to know what separates good CBD products from bad ones and know how to judge quality. Here are some of the factors that will affect the quality of CBD products.

Shred CBDTerpenes

When people start looking at CBD products, some will only look at concentration. While it is an important factor, it’s not the only factor that will affect the quality and effects of the product. Another thing you should be looking at is the terpenes that can be found in the product.

Terpenes are compounds that are found everywhere in flora and can be found in fruits and plants among other things. Not only can these enhance some of the relaxing properties of CBD, but they can also have some interesting effects.

Some terpenes, like limonene, for instance, are especially great for lifting the mood. You even have terpenes like eucalyptol that have antibacterial properties. So, that means you should inform yourself about what terpenes can be found in the product you’re thinking of buying and learn about terpenes and their effects. If you want to learn more about terpenes and how they work exactly, you should check out this article.

Extraction Method

The extraction method is another factor that will have a big effect on the quality of any product you’re buying. If you want the best product possible, look at products that used CO2 extraction. This is done by washing the plant material with liquidized CO2. The CO2 is then left to evaporate, leaving nothing but the CBD extract behind. The alternative is usually extraction through potentially harmful solvents like butane, which will leave traces behind.

The Provenance of the Product

Another thing you have to consider is where the hemp from which the product was extracted came from. Ideally, you want to buy a product that was made using American hemp. Doing so will reduce the chances that there will be traces of harmful chemicals. Other places that produce high-quality hemp include the EU and Canada. Another benefit of buying your product from a local manufacturer is that there could be a chance of seeing their operation in person if you want to.

CBD products can vary greatly from one another, which is why it’s essential that you do your homework and know how to find quality first. Try to find a few reputable sources you can count on, and test various products until you find the right one for you.

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