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420 with CNW — How to Identify High-Quality CBD Oil

The popularity of cannabis and its products seems to be growing as more states across the country legalize the plant for medical and/or recreational use. If you’ve been interested in buying/using CBD oil, there are a few things you should keep in mind.

For starters, it is important to do your own research and find out more about the CBD oil various companies produce and the quality of each. Even with online reviews, how can you identify high-quality CBD oils that live up to their claims?

Below are a few things that may be of help to you.

  • Find out how it’s manufactured

There are many extraction techniques that can be used to process CBD oil from hemp. Some companies that sell their products at low prices use cheap methods, which involve toxic solvents that are harmful to human health such as hexane, butane and propane, to extract CBD oil.

However, other companies use pharmaceutical-grade and organic ethanol to process CBD from hemp. This technique is regarded as the safest method to extract CBD for human consumption.

CBD oil can also be extracted using the CO2 extraction method, which allows CBD oil to maintain its purity.

  • Where has the hemp been grown?

Hemp absorbs everything that is present in the land on which it was grown. Plants that have grown in rich soil will be of high quality, which means that the CBD extracted from the plants will also be high quality.

On the other hand, hemp grown on land that’s laden with metals like mercury and lead should be avoided, as CBD obtained from the plants isn’t safe for regular consumption.

Most retailers and manufacturers usually have information about the land on which the hemp plants are cultivated on in their support centers or their websites.

  • THC amount present in the oil

THC is one of the main psychoactive cannabinoids present in cannabis and agricultural hemp. The law stipulates that the amount of THC shouldn’t be more than 0.3% for the product to be federally legal. Therefore, ensure you check the product label or ask for lab test results before making your purchase.

  • Look for third-party test results

Most legitimate and authentic CBD oil brands will have no qualms about sharing their third-party laboratory results with consumers. These results will allow you to make sure that the CBD oil you’d like to purchase is free of impurities and has high levels of CBD and low levels of THC.

The burgeoning CBD oil market is still immature and without many regulations in place to ensure that only the very best-quality products are sold to the public, so it’s up to you to ensure you get value for your money. Fortunately, lots of reputable companies such as Simply Sonoma Inc. exist in the CBD sector, so your work may only be to identify one such company and then obtain your CBD products from those companies.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to Simply Sonoma Inc. are available in the company’s newsroom at https://cnw.fm/Sonoma

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