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HOW TO KNOW IF CBD OIL IS REAL⠀
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There are many CBD manufacturers and resellers in the market and it can be very difficult and confusing for anyone who doesn’t know what to look for when buying CBD products. We have compiled a list of common things you should look out for.⠀
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1. THE APPEARANCE OF THE OIL - CBD oil should be either green, brown or amber in colour. If it’s clear or very transparent with little to no colour, then the oil is most likely made with CBD isolate, mixed in with some kind of vegetable oil. CBD isolate is still ‘real’ CBD, but right now the EU is advising against oral consumption of CBD isolate until more is known about it.⠀
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2. SMELL AND TASTE - Genuine CBD oil should smell and taste earthy or like cannabis. It usually doesn’t taste particularly nice unless it’s been flavoured with something. If it is flavourless and odourless again it could be made with CBD isolate and isn’t the best choice. ⠀
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3. DOES THE OIL MAKE MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE LABEL - CBD oils shouldn’t claim to cure any medical conditions. If they do, it doesn’t mean that the oil isn’t real, but it could mean that either the seller is knowingly breaking regulations, or more likely they don’t really know much about the industry.⠀
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4. HOW IS THE OIL DESCRIBED BY THE SELLER - Does the seller tell you the type of CBD extract it is? There are different kinds of CBD oil such as full-spectrum and broad-spectrum. If it doesn’t say anything about this, it’s not a good sign. ⠀
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5. DOES THE OIL HAVE A VERY HIGH PERCENTAGE WRITTEN ON THE LABEL - With CBD oil, it’s really only possible to go up to 60% before the solution becomes solid. Any oils that claim to be higher than that are most probably fake. This is because any concentration higher than that would become a paste rather than oil as it would be too thick. ⠀
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6. INGREDIENTS - The ingredients should list some form of CBD extract. It might say ‘Full spectrum CBD extract’ or ‘16% CBD paste’. However it’s put, it needs to say something with CBD in it. Some products that advertise themselves as CBD products actually only contain hemp seed oil, which contains only trace amounts of CBD, like this Holland and Barret CBD cream.
HOW TO KNOW IF CBD OIL IS REAL⠀ ⠀ There are many CBD manufacturers and resellers in the market and it can be very difficult and confusing for anyone who doesn’t know what to look for when buying CBD products. We have compiled a list of common things you should look out for.⠀ ⠀ 1. THE APPEARANCE OF THE OIL - CBD oil should be either green, brown or amber in colour. If it’s clear or very transparent with little to no colour, then the oil is most likely made with CBD isolate, mixed in with some kind of vegetable oil. CBD isolate is still ‘real’ CBD, but right now the EU is advising against oral consumption of CBD isolate until more is known about it.⠀ ⠀ 2. SMELL AND TASTE - Genuine CBD oil should smell and taste earthy or like cannabis. It usually doesn’t taste particularly nice unless it’s been flavoured with something. If it is flavourless and odourless again it could be made with CBD isolate and isn’t the best choice. ⠀ ⠀ 3. DOES THE OIL MAKE MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE LABEL - CBD oils shouldn’t claim to cure any medical conditions. If they do, it doesn’t mean that the oil isn’t real, but it could mean that either the seller is knowingly breaking regulations, or more likely they don’t really know much about the industry.⠀ ⠀ 4. HOW IS THE OIL DESCRIBED BY THE SELLER - Does the seller tell you the type of CBD extract it is? There are different kinds of CBD oil such as full-spectrum and broad-spectrum. If it doesn’t say anything about this, it’s not a good sign. ⠀ ⠀ 5. DOES THE OIL HAVE A VERY HIGH PERCENTAGE WRITTEN ON THE LABEL - With CBD oil, it’s really only possible to go up to 60% before the solution becomes solid. Any oils that claim to be higher than that are most probably fake. This is because any concentration higher than that would become a paste rather than oil as it would be too thick. ⠀ ⠀ 6. INGREDIENTS - The ingredients should list some form of CBD extract. It might say ‘Full spectrum CBD extract’ or ‘16% CBD paste’. However it’s put, it needs to say something with CBD in it. Some products that advertise themselves as CBD products actually only contain hemp seed oil, which contains only trace amounts of CBD, like this Holland and Barret CBD cream.