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Are Your CBD Products Safe?

The CBD industry has definitely grown much faster than anticipated. CBD is still relatively new, therefore, there are many producers that may not fulfil safety standards. Some manufacturers tend to take advantage of potential CBD users to make a profit off the growing awareness of CBD.

We’re here to assure potential CBD users of their doubts and know of the concerns some may have with the product if they feel it’s not reliable. 

There are three important factors to consider when purchasing your cannabidiol product: THC-free, Pharmacist Formulated and Third-Party Lab Tested.

1. THC Free

Tetrahydrocannabinol, (THC) is a cannabinoid, which produces psychoactive effects upon consumption (also known as getting high) and is still illegal in 20 states. 

In the 29 remaining states and D.C., the amount of legal possession varies with each respective doctor’s recommendation or recreational law. 

Our ships legally to all 50 states, however, because it is THC Free. To make sure you’re complying with the law, purchase CBD that is THC Free.

2. Pharmacist Formulated

As a growing industry, there are plenty of manufacturers that don’t put their patients first. Many are not formulating their CBD in labs, and rather create their product in un-secure environments. 

Look for companies that involve licensed pharmacists to formulate their products. Every company that works with certified scientists will prove so on their sites.

3. Third-Party Lab Tested

Third-Party Lab Testing is crucial in both the health and cannabis industry. In house, testing will only show favourable results to the company, which is why consumers all need to be cautious when looking at the lab sheets each manufacturer provides. Any legitimate company will want a third party to look into their products to safeguard themselves from any technical legalities.

If you’ve checked all three of these standards off your list, consider your CBD to be in the clear! From the mildest CBD oil to CBD cream formulated for back pain, make sure you check that you put your CBD Oil product through this test to assure you’re using a safe product every time.

With the CBD market growing at an incredible rate and a lack of government regulation over the industry, it is crucial we have independent organizations responsible for keeping brands accountable for their actions and below-par products.

8 Replies to “Are Your CBD Products Safe?”

  1. Hello there, The benefits of CBD are not proven, but the risks seem to be clear. Reported side effects of CBD products may include fatigue, drowsiness, reduced appetite, dry mouth, and diarrhoea. Many research has shown that  CBD could also harm your liver and central nervous system. Thanks for sharing this awesome article i know it would be of great help to a lot of people

  2. Thank you for reading my post and leaving your feedback on  Are Your CBD Products Safe? Our products are developed by a licensed compounding Pharmacist with over 23 years of experience. Only the highest quality Hemp is used in all of our products. Alway be sure the CBD Oil you by has been tested by an independent laboratory and that is has a QR code on the packaging so you are able to see the lab results prior to purchase.

    If you have any questions about this post or about any CBD product please feel free to contact me and I’ll get back to you as quickly as possible. Also, if you wish to browse our full line of CBD products visit us at http://www.HealthyGreenCBDOil.com Today

  3. Hi there, 

    A very good post of yours on CBD.  I’m a fan of CBD.  My husband and I used to take hemp oil maybe 8-10 years ago.  I remember feeling good when we take a spoonful of it every morning before going to work and also at night before bedtime.  It helped with our metabolism.  I will not mind considering to use CBD again if I need to.  I mix organic hemp powder protein in our smoothies.  CBD is really good and has many benefits.  I consider myself lucky for being familiar with the CBD and I will recommend to someone who would like to try it to address a condition.   What is a QR Code?  That is something I will be interested to know.  Can you email me what is QR code?   Will be nice to learn about it. Thank you for sharing the information on CBD.  

    Evelyn 

  4. Hi Evelyn,

    Thank you for reading my post and for being kind enough to leave me your feedback as well, I appreciate that very much. First let me answer your question What is a QR code? We use it on all our packaging and when you click on the QR app on your phone it opens and you then scan the QR Code on the package which brings up our lab report for that product. If you have any additional questions feel free to contact me and I’ll get back to you quickly.

    QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response code) is a type of matrix barcode (or two-dimensional barcode) first designed in 1994 for the automotive industry in Japan. A barcode is a machine-readable optical label that contains information about the item to which it is attached. In practice, QR codes often contain data for a locatoridentifier, or tracker that points to a website or application. A QR code uses four standardized encoding modes (numeric, alphanumeric, byte/binary, and kanji) to store data efficiently; extensions may also be used.[1]

    The Quick Response system became popular outside the automotive industry due to its fast readability and greater storage capacity compared to standard UPC barcodes. Applications include product tracking, item identification, time tracking, document management, and general marketing.[2]

    A QR code consists of black squares arranged in a square grid on a white background, which can be read by an imaging device such as a camera, and processed using Reed–Solomon error correction until the image can be appropriately interpreted. The required data is then extracted from patterns that are present in both horizontal and vertical components of the image.[2]  

  5. Almost every product have their advantage and disadvantages. i feel it is important to know the effect of any product before engaging it. i have been using hemp oil for a while and i think it is effective positively. awareness is the key and i will like to share this article with some of my friends.

  6. Thank you for reading my post and for taking the time leave me your feedback on Are Your CBD Products Safe? The CBD industry ins all but unregulated as of this writing so buyers should be very aware of what that are buying as far as CBD and Hemp based products go. Always look for CBD Oil that has been CO2 extracted. Other extraction methods are Ethanol, Benzene and Butane which is lighter fluid. I don’t know about you but I don’t want those chemicals in my body or anyone in my family.

    If you have any questions about our CBD Oils, edibles to topicals please feel free to contact or visit our website at http://www.HealthyGreenCBDOil.com to browse our entire line of CBD products/

  7. Not a bad explanation on why the CBD products are safe. I didn’t know so much of what you have shared here before and now that I know that I can use my CBD products without fear that I might be taking in so much drugs. This is very well written and I would be frequenting your website very often now to learn more.

  8. Thank you for taking the time to read this post and for being kind enough to leave me your feed back on Are Your CBD Products Safe? Since CBD is a somewhat unregulated industry you need to be very careful when purchasing any CBD oils, edibles and topical as well as flower. Beside your CBD is our with a content of at least 95% CBD and that it is CO2 extracted and not chemically extracted. If you have any questions about CBD products or about this post feel free to contact me and I’ll get back to you promptly. You may also wish to browse our full CBD line of products at http://www.HealthyGreenCBDOil.com 

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