How to Choose a Quality and Safe CBD

 


Choosing the Best CBD Oil

Many people may not realize that hemp is used in phytoremediation. 

Definition of phytoremediation (as defined by Merriam-Webster.com):

the treatment of pollutants or waste (as in contaminated soil or groundwater) by the use of green plants that remove, degrade, or stabilize the undesirable substances (such as toxic metals)
From soil loaded with metal to radionuclide-laden water, researchers hope phytoremediation with an array of species will prove a cheap way to clean man-made messes at mining, nuclear, and industrial sites.— Kathryn Sergeant Brown



That's why it's so important to know where your hemp or CBD comes from. 

80% of the hemp in the United States is imported from China where it's grown to clean the air of heavy metals, toxins, and pollutants. 

The CBD industry is also unregulated. That means that anyone can bottle just about anything and stick a white label on it and sell it as CBD without any oversight from the Food & Drug Administration. 

Sounds a little scary, right? But it's perfectly safe and beneficial as long as you know what to look for before choosing your product.


Things to Consider Before Purchasing:



Certificate of Analysis - A company with integrity will provide a certificate of analysis showing exactly what is inside the bottle in order to prove the purity of the oil and the amount of CBD.


Clean Soil - Look for a company that grows their hemp in a clean and controlled environment. 



USDA Certified Organic - Peace of mind means everything. This seal ensures that the hemp is grown free from herbicides and pesticides, the cleanest available.


Carbon Dioxide Extraction - The most environmentally friendly, cleanest form of extraction, CO2 preserves the CBD better than solvents used in other methods.


Hemp Flower - Choose a product that uses the flower rather than "ariel parts" which include fibrous parts of the hemp plant where the CBD is less effective.


Clear/Golden Color - This indicates a pure and quality form of CBD. Being  clear, it shows that all the by-products have been removed during a high level processing.


Coconut Oil - Also known as MCT oil, it can carry more CBD molecules and is a better delivery oil to carry more CBD to our systems for absorption.


Many CBD "gummies" are made with lots of fillers. 

USDA Nano Emulsification Jellies are available and unique to the marketplace.

Nano Emulsification - Water soluble delivery that creates better bioavailability using nanotechnology. Because our bodies are made of water, this cutting edge method increases the absorption rate up to 10 times more than other gummies. (Think less mg needed to have the same effect.)

I hope you have found this information helpful. I would love to help you choose the right CBD product for you. Click to visit my online store below and feel free to contact me with questions.

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