How to Find High-Quality CBD?

How to find high quality CBD

If you have just decided to join millions of CBD consumers, you are a latecomer about to begin the quest for the right CBD product. Welcome on board!

Although you might think CBD is easy to find – and it truly is with just a few clicks online, finding a high-quality CBD among the sheer volume of CBD products is challenging and exacting. Should it stop you from acquiring what you want, need, and desire? Absolutely not. 

Finding high-quality CBD is worth the effort, and it's much easier when you know what aspects determine CBD's quality. Therefore, we have gathered all factors you should consider before ordering your CBD online or buying it at a store. In this article, you'll learn how to find a high-quality product like a pro so that you select the best CBD on the market.

  • Shop for Hemp-Derived CBD

Unless you live in states where recreational marijuana is legal and are explicitly searching for marijuana-derived CBD, you should look for product labels that say "hemp-derived CBD." 

CBD products made with marijuana are federally legal and contain high THC amounts. THC is CBD's close in the group of chemicals known as cannabinoids, but unlike CBD, it's psychoactive and produces many side effects. CBD extract in federally legal CBD products should derive from industrial hemp and have no more than .3% THC.

  • Learn About the Origin of Hemp

Even though your goal in acquiring CBD might be to experience its possible benefits, if it comes from low-grade hemp, besides not providing the intended results, it will put your health at risk. 

Gastrointestinal and kidney dysfunction, nervous system disorders, skin lesions, immune system dysfunction, and cancer are a few outcomes heavy metals can have on human health. Pesticides widely used in agriculture also have various dermatological, gastrointestinal, neurological, reproductive, and other acute and chronic health effects. 

Do these sound like results you expect to experience from wellness products? Certainly not. Still, unfortunately, if you acquire CBD products made from low-grade hemp, there's a great possibility of them featuring unwanted ingredients like heavy metals and pesticides – chemicals leading to the above-listed undesirable health outcomes. 

During its growing season, Hemp remediates these harmful ingredients from the soil, thus, healing it. That's why it's crucial to learn about the origin of hemp before buying a CBD product. Hemp imported from foreign countries usually grows without strict regulations and often in polluted areas. U.S.-grown hemp is higher in quality and adheres to strict farming standards.

Always learn about the origin of hemp and ensure it doesn't come from polluted land or farmers use pesticides to grow it. 

  • Look for Third-Party Lab Test Results

In today's overcrowded CBD market, every CBD brand claims to provide the best CBD. Is that possible? We wish, but unfortunately, no. Even when a brand claims to offer the highest-quality product, it might contain the above-stated harmful ingredients. The only way to ensure you're looking at a safe, potent, and reliable product is to look for third-party lab test results that can confirm the brand's claims about the product. Never trust unproven claims a CBD brand makes, and always shop for third-party lab-tested CBD.

  • Choose Between Broad-Spectrum and Full-Spectrum CBD Products

Not that either one is better than another, but there's a big difference between broad-spectrum and full-spectrum CBD, and that's the presence of THC. Full-spectrum CBD products contain the lawful naturally occurring amount of THC (up to .3%) in hemp and other hemp-derived compounds like terpenes and flavonoids. 

Broad-spectrum CBD, on the other hand, has non-detectable THC amounts. If, for some reason, you want to avoid ingesting THC altogether but still experience the synergy of other cannabis compounds, choose broad-spectrum CBD.

  • Bioavailability is Everything

Many newcomers begin their quest with a common goal – finding CBD products with the highest strengths. They do this because many consumers believe that more is better, and if they ingest high amounts of CBD, they will have a better experience with their products. However, that's far from the truth. 

Regardless of how much CBD you consume, your body will not absorb it fully. The bioavailability of oral CBD is about 13-19%. Thanks to the innovative nanoemulsion technology, your body can now absorb more. CBD is fat-soluble and doesn't mix with water. Our bodies consist primarily of water; therefore, they cannot fully absorb CBD. Nanoemulsion technology allows CBD manufacturers to create water-soluble CBD and thus increase CBD's bioavailability.

Look at The Right Places

Where you shop for your CBD products is another significant factor determining your products' quality. Are you choosing a reliable CBD brand using high-quality CBD and the right ingredients? Can you trust them? 

If you have been struggling to find the right company you can trust your wellness, we invite you to make a stop at Ehalo’s online store. Here we can provide you with the premium CBD you can trust and enjoy.

All our CBD products come with lab reports from third-party tests at ISO-certified labs to know precisely what's in the product you're about to buy. Ehalo's CBD products are all manufactured in an FDA-registered lab, and we're proud that we've earned the rare distinction of the NSF International's Good Manufacturing Practice Registration. Our CBD is nano emulsified and offers much greater bioavailability than traditional CBD can provide. 

Our goal is to produce premium organic CBD products with the finest ingredients for women and everyone! Shop today and experience the difference in our CBD!