6 tips to choosing the right CBD oil

Which one is best for you when choosing the right CBD Oil?

There is considerable scientific research available now on the medicinal properties of marijuana. It is for this reason that countries around the world are beginning to relax their marijuana laws. The marijuana industry is expanding today, with the market for cannabidiol products, such as CBD oil, worth around $13 billion. With the range of products available, however, it can be hard to know what to choose. Here are tips that can help be more informed. when choosing the right CBD Oil.

Choose the right concentration

CBD oil, whether you buy it in capsule form or in a bottle fitted with a dropper, comes in a variety of concentrations. Some packages have strength expressed as a percentage (4% or 10%) while others have it as doses (250 mg or 500 mg). Whichever measure is stated on the packaging, you need to start with the lowest possible dose and then work your way up until you achieve the desired effect.

Calculate the cost per dose

While high-dose capsules or high concentration drops are more expensive upfront, they work out to be cheaper per milligram. Once you establish the size of dose that you need, it would be a good idea to get the biggest bottle possible. Buying a 500 g bottle is likely to be cheaper than buying two 250 g bottles.

Think about whether to get the full-spectrum product or the isolate

You get to choose between pure CBD oil that has the cannabidiol as an isolated ingredient, or the more natural, full-spectrum oil that contains CBD and other active compounds. Until recently, most CBD products were the pure, isolated kind. It was preferred because unlike the full-spectrum product, it came with no psychoactive effect. New evidence, however, has favored the full-spectrum product. It contains more than just CBD; cannabinoids such as CBL and CBN, and aromatic substances such as limonene and flavonoids, come as part of the package. These substances work together with CBD to deliver greater effect. As popular as CBD isolates were before, full-spectrum CBD is considered the product to get today.

Capsule or liquid CBD?

Though it is important to get the right concentration of CBD, choosing the right delivery method is even more critical. Many products are packaged in dropper-bottle form, meaning you simply place a drop of CBD oil under your tongue. Direct placement on the mucous membrane is a very efficient delivery method. Capsules are more convenient, if not as efficient. Getting CBD in oil form to deliver with a dropper should be your first choice. If it feels difficult for any reason, however, a capsule usually works fine.

Consider the extraction method

CBD oil can be extracted from the cannabis plant in many ways. Unfortunately, not every method produces oil of equal purity or quality. Some vendors extract CBD oil through the use of chemical solvents, such as propane. While these products are cheaper, they can be contaminated, and less effective. The supercritical carbon dioxide extraction method is the industry standard for pure, uncontaminated extraction. The olive oil and coconut oil methods produce pure CBD oil as well, but these tend to be more expensive. The best vendors of CBD oil clearly state on their packaging information about the extraction method used. It’s important to look for it.

Where does the cannabis come from?

The best CBD oil is derived from organic, food-grade cannabis sativa plants selectively bred for unique, powerful properties. Cheaper brands use non-food grade cannabis plants grown under non-organic conditions. Since the cannabis plant can absorb contaminants, these can show up in the CBD oil that is extracted from them. It’s important to go with the quality variety. This isn’t information that is hidden; quality vendors usually state on the packaging where they source their cannabis from, along with information on how clean and uncontaminated their products are.

When choosing the right CBD Oil,  quality can make a real difference. With cannabidiol being a new market segment, there isn’t much regulation that ensures that all products meet quality standards. It’s up to the consumer to choose the right product. When you are informed about what to look for, you’ll make a much better choice.

 

 


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