Identifying High Quality CBD Oil

Editors Note: This is a guest post.



How Do You Know You Have High-Quality CBD Oil?

As CBD oil gets more popular, you may wonder how to choose from the nearly endless number of CBD oils on the market. We’re here to help you out! It’s vital to use the best-quality CBD oil from a reliable source for optimal results. Below are seven signs that you’ve chosen a premium CBD oil

Oil Is Extracted With Supercritical CO2


Premium oils use the safest solvents to extract CBD, such as CO2. This process ensures a safe, pure product that isn’t tainted by additives or residues. Lesser solvents such as propane or butane can damage the product with hazardous contaminants. 

Oil Is Made With Naturally Grown Hemp


Hemp is called a hyperaccumulator plant. In English, this means hemp can absorb darned near everything from the soil in which it grows. What hemp absorbs can be beneficial, including several vitamins and minerals. Or, it can be harmful, such as petroleum and lead. 


The safest oils are sourced from regions where regulators require farmers to have certifications and have their growing fields tested for harmful contaminants. The oil also needs to be tested by an accredited lab in the ISO-IEC 17025:2017 standard. This accreditation means the lab ensures the oil doesn’t have heavy metals, pesticides, fungus, bacteria, and other nasty stuff that can damage human health. 

It’s Not Too Inexpensive


CBD oil is one product where you get precisely what you pay for. Premium CBD oil costs a lot to make. If the price is low, it’s probably made with mediocre extraction methods and contaminants. It also may not contain significant amounts of CBD. 


Of course, we’re not telling you to buy the most expensive CBD oil on the planet. Look for fair prices and excellent customer reviews. 

The Label States Percentage of CBD


Excellent CBD oil made by a legitimate company tells you the CBD percentage is in the product. You should hunt for the concentration or total milligrams per bottle. A higher number means a potent CBD oil. For maximum efficacy, top CBD oils should have 250-1,000 mg for each 10 ml bottle. Anything less than that and you may as well flush your money down the toilet. 

Has No More than 0.2% THC


CBD oil may have minute quantities of THC – almost always 0.2% or less – but it won’t get you high. But insufficient processing can increase THC levels that CAN make you high. This is evidence of a bad product. Plus, it could make the oil illegal in your state. Review product labels with care for precise THC levels before you pull out your debit card. 

No Extreme Medical Claims


CBD has impressive beneficial health properties. But it doesn’t have FDA approval as a medicine. This means it’s treated like a vitamin or supplement. No company can boast that it treats or cures a medical problem. For example, if you see a CBD oil that claims it can fight cancer, you need to run in the other direction. 

Produced From Whole Plant Extracts


The best CBD oils are extracted from whole cannabis plants. They’re called full-spectrum CBD oils. They are usually considered the best quality and are superior to products derived from isolates. 


While CBD isolates sound great, they’re often products from low-quality materials. It also lacks vital flavonoids, terpenes, and cannabinoids that affect the product’s efficacy for many health problems. You want full-spectrum oil for the best results. 


We hope we’ve made you understand the most vital things to look for in high-quality CBD oil. Now you know what separates the best products from the also-rans. 


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