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  • October 24, 2019
  • CBD Oil
  • by Dean Pagliaro

    CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of more than 100 cannabinoids found in agricultural  hemp. However, purchasing CBD oil products sourced from agricultural rather than from indoor commercially grown marijuana reflects a very different choice.

    When choosing a CBD oil or any dietary supplement that includes CBD, quality and reliability are of the utmost importance. Consumers need to be certain that they are getting a high-quality CBD product that is pure, and is carefully managed all the way from seed to shelf.

    Here are some great questions to ask when choosing a CBD product:

    • Where do the seeds come from?
    • How are the plants being grown?
    • How is the CBD oil extracted?
    • Is the CBD oil tested for cannabinoid content, pesticides, heavy metals and solvents?
    • Is it tested by a third party laboratory?
    • Under what conditions is the CBD oil packaged?

    Industrial hemp is proven to be an environmentally sound choice. Hemp is naturally resistant to disease and pests, eliminating the need for farmers to use pesticides and fungicides. These chemicals are bad for individual health as well as causing broader ecological damage.

    Although the CBD in hemp is no different from CBD found in any variety of cannabis, the extraction process plays a significant role in determining the quality of the final product. Additionally, CO2 extraction is considered the most environmentally ethical process for producing high-quality CBD oils.
    Hemp has been carefully regulated and safely grown for decades in more than 50 countries around the world. Its fiber and seed can be found in products ranging from cosmetics to granola. It is proven to be safe and non-psychotoxic. Hemp is proven to be the safest, most environmentally conscious, and most reliable source for high-quality CBD Oil.

    When you are ready to begin your CBD supplement or oil private label, consider using VNS Select. We can help you customize everything from the ingredients to the labels.