NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / March 5, 2019 / Now that pure CBD oil has established itself as one of the most explosive new nutritional product niches in recent decades, a number of caveats for consumers are becoming apparent. While there are dozens of new products coming to market monthly, consumers are left to their own devices to sort out the authentic products from the lesser quality brands. A leading cannabidiol ratings and review destination, CBDReVu, has become a popular information warehouse for consumers seeking to find the better quality CBD products to select from, see here https://cbdrevu.com/.
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Shopping for the best CBD oil brands can be a confusing experience for consumers. There are many leaps of faith and other issues that can offer clues as to the quality of a particular product. At the heart of any consumer search for CBD should be whether or not the product is authentic. The issue of authenticity revolves around a number of different factors. Not the least of which is whether or not the product contains any actual CBD. And, this particular issue revolves around a number of sub-issues including; (1) Does the brand periodically have their CBD product tested by an independent lab to verify things like whether or not the product contains the level of CBD that is stated on the product label, (2) Does the product contain any toxic or potentially toxic substances, (3) What ingredients are present in addition to the extracted CBD oil, (4) What method of extraction is used to extract the CBD from the hemp and are there any dangerous solvents used in the process, (5) What is the country of origin of the hemp used in the product, and (6) Is there any actual CBD in the product. The latter point is one of huge significant since it appears that many consumers are buying hemp seed oils under the mistaken impression that ‘hemp seed oil’, which is often labeled as hemp oil hemp extract oil, is CBD oil when in actuality it is not. Since hemp seeds contain at best only tiny, insignificant amounts of CBD, if any at all, hemp seeds oils are not the same. CBD oils are extracted from parts of the hemp plant that usually does not include the seed at all. A good example of the confusion is Amazon. Most all of the products that look like CBD that are advertised on Amazon are actually only hemp seed oils as Amazon does not presently allow the sale of CBD.
CBDReVu has carved out a niche as a favorite informational portal for CBD shoppers. Consumers compare brand profiles for most of the top selling CBD products including well-known brands such as CBDPure, NuLeaf Naturals, Kannaway Pure, Charlotte’s Web CBD, Endoca, Irie CBD, Sensi Seeds, CBD Essence, Receptra Naturals, Bluebird Botanicals, Hemp Meds RSHO Real Scientific Hemp Oil, Rick Simpson Oil, Elixinol, Restorative Botanicals and more. New pending reviews and ratings include PureKana CBD, Lord Jones CBD, Green Roads CBD, Hemplucid, Mary’s Nutritionals and others.
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