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Organically grown, full-spectrum hemp extract and cold-processed hemp oil that supports immune health, relaxation, calmness, restful sleep, and mood stability.*

About FirstFitness Nutrition's CBD-Rich Hemp Oil

CBD-Rich Hemp Oil, organically grown, is a full spectrum Hemp Oil extracted from the highest quality European industrial hemp plants. These plants contain high concentrations of the naturally occurring CBD. The resulting oil is a wholesome extract, not synthetic or isolat, comprised of ONLY two ingredients: Hemp Extract and Cold Processed Hemp Oil.

Each bottle contains 750 mg of Cannabidiol (CBD). Each serving (one full dropper under your tongue) (total of 30 servings per bottle) provides 25 mg with a full profile of phytocannabinoids and terpenes.

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Organically Grown

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Cold Processed Hemp Oil

First Fitness Nutrition CBD Oil bottle shown with dropper and box
Powerful, Potent

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Third-Party Lab Tested

CBD Background

Cannabidiol or CBD has grown so popular in this country that 1 in 7 American adults admitted to using it in a 2019 Gallup survey.

Much research has to be done on CBD but the people who use it swear by the way it makes them feel. The problem is there are many misconceptions about whether it's the same thing as marijuana or if it gets you high?

The CBD rich hemp oil is not currently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It was first legalized nationally as part of the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill.

Are you interested in taking CBD but want to learn more about it before you begin? We have compiled this comprehensive guide on everything you'll need to know before taking your first drop.

This guide will cover several topics ranging from where CBD comes from and how it affects the mind and body, to tips on selecting the best supplement for your lifestyle and ensuring what you buy is high-quality.

While the cannabis market can often be confusing and intimidating for first-timers, we're going to help you understand the ins and outs of this evolving industry.

Ready to get started? 

Where Does CBD Come From?

Although CBD is processed from the cannabis plant, it's not the same thing as marijuana. It's a natural compound that is extracted from the stalks of cannabis like hemp.

Manufacturers of CBD will select a plant that is high in CBD and low in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound in marijuana. Hemp is a go-to source for many CBD products because it reflects this desired makeup.

One common way of extracting CBD from the cannabis plant is a supercritical carbon dioxide process, which utilizes non-toxic fluid CO2 as a solvent. After being injected into the plant it'll pull out CBD, essential oils, lipids, and other cannabinoids. This process is considered safe by the FDA.

The next step for CBD is to be heated into an easily digestible form through a process called decarboxylation.

Purified CBD is then added to a carrier oil for consumption. This is done to make dosing easier and to help the compound bind to your body's fat molecules.

There are many carrier oils to choose from but manufacturers typically use palm oil, coconut oil, olive oil, grape seed oil, or hemp seed oil. Each oil contains different molecules and vitamins. As a result, some are better suited for high-potency tinctures while others may work better for lotions.

This variety of oil options has made it easier for CBD manufacturers to provide customers with an array of products: edibles, capsules, balms, vapes, beverages, and more. 

The important thing for you to know is that CBD is plant-based and natural, which is the reason more people are selecting it versus synthetic products.

Do I Have to Worry About CBD Being Illegal?

There is confusion about whether CBD is legal and how it compares to marijuana. We'll discuss the chemical differences between CBD and marijuana below, but in the meantime let's address the law.

Demand for it is now exploding. The CBD market was valued at about 5.18 billion in 2021 and it's now expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 16.8% from 2022 to 2030. CBD products are all over the internet and popping up in nutrition shops, pharmacies, and grocery stores nationwide.

Marijuana was considered a serious illegal drug for years. Getting caught with it could result in some jail time. Public opinion has shifted over the last decade. Many states have legalized medical marijuana and others are going as far as allowing the recreational use of marijuana.

CBD and marijuana aren't the same, but they're derived from the same type of plant. Therefore, CBD has carried a certain stigma, which has made it difficult for serious research to be done. That's all changing now.

The 2018 U.S Farm Bill legalized CBD on a federal level, as long as it's derived from hemp and contains no more than 0.3%. Final rules are still being hashed out but you can order it online and have it delivered to your house.

The Transportation Security Administration is now even permitting people to fly with CBD products that follow the letter of the law.

If you want to start using CBD, it's probably a good idea to keep on top of changing laws and regulations.

Will CBD Rich Hemp Oil Get Me High?

Here's the first question most newbies ask when they want to start taking CBD. The answer is no. A key ingredient of marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), isn't present in CBD.

Or, to be more specific, THC isn't in CBD at an amount that will have any real effect. According to federal law, CBD can have no more than 0.3% of THC. The average marijuana joint, for example, has a THC level of about 15%.

Any THC in CBD is a drop in the bucket.

So you're probably wondering why that tiny amount of THC isn't just processed out of CBD during extraction?

That 0.3% of THC is only present in full-spectrum CBD. When processing this type of CBD most of the plant is left intact. Full-spectrum contains most of the 144 cannabinoids or compounds from the plant, including the THC.

Customers who don't want to risk the THC can also purchase broad-spectrum or isolate CBD. Broad-spectrum contains many of the same cannabinoids but none of the THC. And isolate is literally oil containing 100% CBD. There are advantages and disadvantages to all three.

Full-spectrum CBD will not get you high. Some people do get concerned that enough of a build-up in their system could turn up positive on a drug test, but an astronomical amount would have to be consumed for that to happen.

The fact is having a little THC in your full-spectrum CBD will help you in the long run.

The 'Entourage Effect' With Full-Spectrum CBD

Earlier we said there's a reason full-spectrum CBD contains a trace amount of THC.

It's because of a phenomenon known as the "entourage effect," where the benefits of CBD are enhanced if it contains all of the natural plant compounds together.

The 144 cannabinoids (including compounds like CBD and THC) react together and with terpenes from the plant. Terpenes are oils from the plant responsible for its distinct aroma and flavor. When grouped, the effects are reportedly better.

CBD is absorbed into the body through the endocannabinoid system. In fact, your body naturally produces chemicals that are similar to cannabinoids.

There are two specific endocannabinoid system receptors. CB1 is a receptor found in the central nervous system. The other receptor, CB2, is in the body's immune cells. When CBD is taken, the cannabinoids will bind to one of these receptors.

Anecdotal evidence and limited research have shown that full-spectrum CBD is processed more effectively in the endocannabinoid system.

Further research is being done on the science behind the entourage effect, but CBD users report a difference when taking full-spectrum CBD versus isolate CBD.

In fact, full-spectrum has become one of the most popular CBD options. Some users have even started giving CBD to their pets to help them relax or increase their appetites.

Although most pet CBD is being used on dogs and cats, people are now giving it to their horses, birds, or reptiles.

Tips on Selecting the Best CBD Product for You

Now that you understand some of the science behind CBD, let's discuss how to select the right product for your needs.

Why do you want to start taking CBD? The answer to that question may help you decide what's the right product for you. Here are some of the common reasons people take CBD:

Different CBD products are manufactured and optimized to meet your needs. Some are combined with melatonin to offer a better night's sleep. Others capitalize on the natural plant compounds and vitamins to support immune health.

You have the option of purchasing one of these optimized products or a regular bottle of full-spectrum CBD. Oil tinctures also come in different flavors like strawberry or chocolate mint to accommodate all customers.

And that brings us to the next point. Don't forget you need to decide whether to buy full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or isolate.

While full-spectrum has the most cannabinoids, some people select broad-spectrum or isolate because they've had adverse reactions to THC or they're worried about having it in their system.

They don't need to be worried about THC, but CBD isolate exists for that reason. And broad-spectrum will still deliver some of those cannabinoids without a psychoactive compound. 

What Ways Can I Take CBD?

Once you've decided why you're taking it and what ingredients to include, your next step is to select how you want to take it. Oil tinctures are the most common and effective.

For instance, CBD Rich Hemp Oil from First Fitness Nutrition is an organic full-spectrum oil packed with 750 mg of CBD per bottle. That amounts to about 25 mg per dose. It's also a great choice because it's gluten-free and non-GMO.

Other users prefer taking capsules, edibles, or gummies because they're more discreet to take in public or at work. Capsules make it easy to take exact doses of CBD and edibles do a great job of masking CBD's often sour flavors.

Vaping CBD is another option yet the smoke may pose a health risk to your lungs. It's also not a good idea for athletes or people trying to stay active. There isn't enough long-term research on the effects of vaping.

CBD users with skin issues or muscle soreness have started using CBD topicals like lotions or balms. They can be applied directly to the skin rather than ingested.

Be open-minded when selecting CBD. Try different products to see what helps you the most. You may be surprised by something you never expected.

Now comes the most important step in selecting the best hemp oil or CBD for you-dosage. Let's take a look at how much CBD to take and how you can figure out what potency to buy. 

CBD Affects Everyone Differently

You've browsed the CBD websites, read all of the descriptions, and selected the best supplement for you. The next big question is how much should you take? What's safe?

As we've explained above, CBD is not approved as a medicine by the FDA. At the moment CBD is a supplement. There is no standard dosing guide like you would see on a bottle of aspirin.

Therefore it's up to you as the consumer to figure it out. But, how are you supposed to do that?

CBD is a safe and natural compound to take as a supplement. There are no dangerous side effects. People who have taken too much only reported mild symptoms like fatigue, diarrhea, and changes in weight or appetite.

The first thing to understand when considering the right dose is that CBD doesn't react the same in all people. There are several factors to consider when figuring out how much to take:

  • Your bodyweight
  • The type of effects you want to experience (mild vs. strong)
  • Your individual body chemistry (which you'll learn through trial and error when starting CBD)
  • The concentration of CBD in your product

It's a good idea to have a conversation with your healthcare provider before taking CBD. He or she could recommend a specific product and dose. They could also check to make sure it won't interact with any medications you may be taking.

How Much CBD Should I Take? A Practical Dosing Guide

Now comes the moment of truth when you're ready to take your first dose of CBD. Start low when ingesting CBD and take your time. You're not in any danger. Instead, it's all about optimizing your dose.

Begin with only 20 to 40 mg per day. After about a week, increase your dosage by 5 mg but make sure to listen to your body. Continue increasing your dosage until it feels right for you.

Try recording how you feel each day in a journal, that way you can look back and see how your body was reacting to higher doses of CBD. This is also something you can show your healthcare provider at a follow-up.

And here's how to figure out how much CBD is in your bottle. Let's say you bought a 3,000 mg bottle of CBD oil. Most bottles have a dropper that can hold 1 mL. That is typically considered one serving.

If there are 60 servings in one bottle, that means each dropper holds 50mg of CBD. Of course, if you're just starting, you should only take a quarter or half of the dropper until you know how it'll react in your body.

If this is too much of a chore, buy capsules with exact doses ranging from 5mg to 30mg per pill. That way you'll know exactly what to take.

How Expensive Is CBD Oil?

We understand that at the end of the day everything boils down to price. You would love to start taking CBD but you want to make sure it's affordable.

The average vial of CBD costs between $50 and $100 (approximately one fluid once). Depending on how much you take and at what frequency, this vial can last you a couple of weeks or a month.

It may seem like this price is too high but isn't it worth every penny if it helps you feel better?

Anecdotal reports from users have been resoundingly positive so far and the research is starting to catch up with word-of-mouth.

The limited supply of industrial hemp is the reason CBD is pricier right now. Remember that CBD was only legalized two years ago and growers are now scrambling to grow enough to cover the demand.

And, as we mentioned earlier, the rules are still being set. State laws are continuing to shift. This complicates the process for growers.

According to industry experts, the cost of CBD will decrease over time as more hemp is grown and advances are made in the extraction process. They claim there is currently a shortage of processors able to do the job right.

You should understand as a consumer that prices will be higher now, but that's all relative according to your income and the benefits you receive from the product.

Your major concern should be verifying the quality of the CBD you purchase.

Avoid CBD Scammers When Shopping

Unfortunately, many scammers are trying to make money in this growing industry. They offer substandard products or misrepresent what's actually inside.

Here are three red flags to look for when determining your CBD product quality:

  1. Many sellers claim their product is CBD but it's in fact hemp seed oil
  2. Some products are sold where the concentration of CBD is much lower than the industry standard
  3. Given a shortage of hemp for CBD products, manufacturers get their supplies from overseas which may result in lower quality ingredients

We know what you're thinking: how am I supposed to know any of this from looking at the label on a bottle?

You won't unless you ask your CBD supplier for a copy of the batch lab tests. Third-party lab tests will provide you with everything you need to know.

CBD was only legalized two years ago. As the market has exploded so has the number of scammers. After reading this article you should be able to avoid these fake products.

Ask Your CBD Supplier for Lab Results

Any reputable CBD supplier will be able to provide you with the results of an independent laboratory analysis of their product.

First of all, never order your CBD from major online retailers like Amazon. Your best bet is to order directly from a CBD manufacturer or a reputable nutrition company.

Before going up for sale, CBD products are analyzed in batches by an independent laboratory.

Most importantly, the lab test will show the percentage of CBD and THC. You'll want to ensure the amount of CBD in the product matches what has been advertised.

It's also very important to know how much THC is detectable. This is because it legally has to be below 0.3%. And you don't want to see any traces of THC is you're buying isolate.

Don't forget that cannabis contains around 144 unique compounds. Lab tests will analyze 22 of the significant cannabinoids in the product. A percentage breakdown is listed on the final report.

These independent lab tests will also document the terpenes, which can vary depending on the plant strain and where it was grown. They also check for bacteria like Salmonella or E. Coli.

When buying CBD your goal should always be to get a product that is 100% natural and organic. Third-party lab tests will also search for any pesticides, herbicides, or heavy metals. These dangerous items can be left behind during the growing and processing of cannabis plants. 

No one wants to consume a supplement containing harmful toxins. Feel free to look into the lab conducting the tests as well. The facility should be authorized by the FDA.

The best suppliers will actually list their CBD lab results on their website. That way it can be found quickly and easily when online shopping.

Ready to Make Your First CBD Order?

After reading this guide you should be ready to pick out the best CBD rich hemp oil.

Have a conversation with your healthcare provider before you start taking anything new. The same goes for taking any supplements. It's also a good idea to double-check your local and state laws. 

Do your research and ask for third-party lab tests before making a purchase.

Do you enjoy learning more about living a healthier lifestyle? Keep reading the rest of our blog for articles on healthy living and checkout our family and budget-friendly whole-foods recipes.

  • All-Natural
  • Vegan
  • Organically Grown
  • Full-Spectrum
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten-Free

Shake well before use. Use 1 to 2 times daily. Place one full dropper under your tongue, hold for 30 seconds, and swallow.

Although results are expected over the first few days, the maximum results are achieved when using this product over the course of 30-60 days.

Store in a cool, dry place away from light.

1 Full Dropper (1 ml) Contains:

Nutrition Facts Amount
Calories 9
  Calories from Fat 9
Total Fat 1 g
Cannabidiol (CBD) 25 mg

Ingredients: Hemp Extract (Cannabis Sativa) (Stems & Stalks), and Cold Processed Hemp Oil.

  • Description

    About FirstFitness Nutrition's CBD-Rich Hemp Oil

    CBD-Rich Hemp Oil, organically grown, is a full spectrum Hemp Oil extracted from the highest quality European industrial hemp plants. These plants contain high concentrations of the naturally occurring CBD. The resulting oil is a wholesome extract, not synthetic or isolat, comprised of ONLY two ingredients: Hemp Extract and Cold Processed Hemp Oil.

    Each bottle contains 750 mg of Cannabidiol (CBD). Each serving (one full dropper under your tongue) (total of 30 servings per bottle) provides 25 mg with a full profile of phytocannabinoids and terpenes.

    FirstFitness CBD-Rich Hemp Oil bottle featured with attractive woman
    Organically Grown

    First Fitness CBD Oil bottle with product features listing
    Cold Processed Hemp Oil

    First Fitness Nutrition CBD Oil bottle shown with dropper and box
    Powerful, Potent

    FirstFitness Nutrition CBD-Rich Hemp Oil bottle with lab test
    Third-Party Lab Tested

    CBD Background

    Cannabidiol or CBD has grown so popular in this country that 1 in 7 American adults admitted to using it in a 2019 Gallup survey.

    Much research has to be done on CBD but the people who use it swear by the way it makes them feel. The problem is there are many misconceptions about whether it's the same thing as marijuana or if it gets you high?

    The CBD rich hemp oil is not currently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It was first legalized nationally as part of the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill.

    Are you interested in taking CBD but want to learn more about it before you begin? We have compiled this comprehensive guide on everything you'll need to know before taking your first drop.

    This guide will cover several topics ranging from where CBD comes from and how it affects the mind and body, to tips on selecting the best supplement for your lifestyle and ensuring what you buy is high-quality.

    While the cannabis market can often be confusing and intimidating for first-timers, we're going to help you understand the ins and outs of this evolving industry.

    Ready to get started? 

    Where Does CBD Come From?

    Although CBD is processed from the cannabis plant, it's not the same thing as marijuana. It's a natural compound that is extracted from the stalks of cannabis like hemp.

    Manufacturers of CBD will select a plant that is high in CBD and low in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound in marijuana. Hemp is a go-to source for many CBD products because it reflects this desired makeup.

    One common way of extracting CBD from the cannabis plant is a supercritical carbon dioxide process, which utilizes non-toxic fluid CO2 as a solvent. After being injected into the plant it'll pull out CBD, essential oils, lipids, and other cannabinoids. This process is considered safe by the FDA.

    The next step for CBD is to be heated into an easily digestible form through a process called decarboxylation.

    Purified CBD is then added to a carrier oil for consumption. This is done to make dosing easier and to help the compound bind to your body's fat molecules.

    There are many carrier oils to choose from but manufacturers typically use palm oil, coconut oil, olive oil, grape seed oil, or hemp seed oil. Each oil contains different molecules and vitamins. As a result, some are better suited for high-potency tinctures while others may work better for lotions.

    This variety of oil options has made it easier for CBD manufacturers to provide customers with an array of products: edibles, capsules, balms, vapes, beverages, and more. 

    The important thing for you to know is that CBD is plant-based and natural, which is the reason more people are selecting it versus synthetic products.

    Do I Have to Worry About CBD Being Illegal?

    There is confusion about whether CBD is legal and how it compares to marijuana. We'll discuss the chemical differences between CBD and marijuana below, but in the meantime let's address the law.

    Demand for it is now exploding. The CBD market was valued at about 5.18 billion in 2021 and it's now expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 16.8% from 2022 to 2030. CBD products are all over the internet and popping up in nutrition shops, pharmacies, and grocery stores nationwide.

    Marijuana was considered a serious illegal drug for years. Getting caught with it could result in some jail time. Public opinion has shifted over the last decade. Many states have legalized medical marijuana and others are going as far as allowing the recreational use of marijuana.

    CBD and marijuana aren't the same, but they're derived from the same type of plant. Therefore, CBD has carried a certain stigma, which has made it difficult for serious research to be done. That's all changing now.

    The 2018 U.S Farm Bill legalized CBD on a federal level, as long as it's derived from hemp and contains no more than 0.3%. Final rules are still being hashed out but you can order it online and have it delivered to your house.

    The Transportation Security Administration is now even permitting people to fly with CBD products that follow the letter of the law.

    If you want to start using CBD, it's probably a good idea to keep on top of changing laws and regulations.

    Will CBD Rich Hemp Oil Get Me High?

    Here's the first question most newbies ask when they want to start taking CBD. The answer is no. A key ingredient of marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), isn't present in CBD.

    Or, to be more specific, THC isn't in CBD at an amount that will have any real effect. According to federal law, CBD can have no more than 0.3% of THC. The average marijuana joint, for example, has a THC level of about 15%.

    Any THC in CBD is a drop in the bucket.

    So you're probably wondering why that tiny amount of THC isn't just processed out of CBD during extraction?

    That 0.3% of THC is only present in full-spectrum CBD. When processing this type of CBD most of the plant is left intact. Full-spectrum contains most of the 144 cannabinoids or compounds from the plant, including the THC.

    Customers who don't want to risk the THC can also purchase broad-spectrum or isolate CBD. Broad-spectrum contains many of the same cannabinoids but none of the THC. And isolate is literally oil containing 100% CBD. There are advantages and disadvantages to all three.

    Full-spectrum CBD will not get you high. Some people do get concerned that enough of a build-up in their system could turn up positive on a drug test, but an astronomical amount would have to be consumed for that to happen.

    The fact is having a little THC in your full-spectrum CBD will help you in the long run.

    The 'Entourage Effect' With Full-Spectrum CBD

    Earlier we said there's a reason full-spectrum CBD contains a trace amount of THC.

    It's because of a phenomenon known as the "entourage effect," where the benefits of CBD are enhanced if it contains all of the natural plant compounds together.

    The 144 cannabinoids (including compounds like CBD and THC) react together and with terpenes from the plant. Terpenes are oils from the plant responsible for its distinct aroma and flavor. When grouped, the effects are reportedly better.

    CBD is absorbed into the body through the endocannabinoid system. In fact, your body naturally produces chemicals that are similar to cannabinoids.

    There are two specific endocannabinoid system receptors. CB1 is a receptor found in the central nervous system. The other receptor, CB2, is in the body's immune cells. When CBD is taken, the cannabinoids will bind to one of these receptors.

    Anecdotal evidence and limited research have shown that full-spectrum CBD is processed more effectively in the endocannabinoid system.

    Further research is being done on the science behind the entourage effect, but CBD users report a difference when taking full-spectrum CBD versus isolate CBD.

    In fact, full-spectrum has become one of the most popular CBD options. Some users have even started giving CBD to their pets to help them relax or increase their appetites.

    Although most pet CBD is being used on dogs and cats, people are now giving it to their horses, birds, or reptiles.

    Tips on Selecting the Best CBD Product for You

    Now that you understand some of the science behind CBD, let's discuss how to select the right product for your needs.

    Why do you want to start taking CBD? The answer to that question may help you decide what's the right product for you. Here are some of the common reasons people take CBD:

    Different CBD products are manufactured and optimized to meet your needs. Some are combined with melatonin to offer a better night's sleep. Others capitalize on the natural plant compounds and vitamins to support immune health.

    You have the option of purchasing one of these optimized products or a regular bottle of full-spectrum CBD. Oil tinctures also come in different flavors like strawberry or chocolate mint to accommodate all customers.

    And that brings us to the next point. Don't forget you need to decide whether to buy full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or isolate.

    While full-spectrum has the most cannabinoids, some people select broad-spectrum or isolate because they've had adverse reactions to THC or they're worried about having it in their system.

    They don't need to be worried about THC, but CBD isolate exists for that reason. And broad-spectrum will still deliver some of those cannabinoids without a psychoactive compound. 

    What Ways Can I Take CBD?

    Once you've decided why you're taking it and what ingredients to include, your next step is to select how you want to take it. Oil tinctures are the most common and effective.

    For instance, CBD Rich Hemp Oil from First Fitness Nutrition is an organic full-spectrum oil packed with 750 mg of CBD per bottle. That amounts to about 25 mg per dose. It's also a great choice because it's gluten-free and non-GMO.

    Other users prefer taking capsules, edibles, or gummies because they're more discreet to take in public or at work. Capsules make it easy to take exact doses of CBD and edibles do a great job of masking CBD's often sour flavors.

    Vaping CBD is another option yet the smoke may pose a health risk to your lungs. It's also not a good idea for athletes or people trying to stay active. There isn't enough long-term research on the effects of vaping.

    CBD users with skin issues or muscle soreness have started using CBD topicals like lotions or balms. They can be applied directly to the skin rather than ingested.

    Be open-minded when selecting CBD. Try different products to see what helps you the most. You may be surprised by something you never expected.

    Now comes the most important step in selecting the best hemp oil or CBD for you-dosage. Let's take a look at how much CBD to take and how you can figure out what potency to buy. 

    CBD Affects Everyone Differently

    You've browsed the CBD websites, read all of the descriptions, and selected the best supplement for you. The next big question is how much should you take? What's safe?

    As we've explained above, CBD is not approved as a medicine by the FDA. At the moment CBD is a supplement. There is no standard dosing guide like you would see on a bottle of aspirin.

    Therefore it's up to you as the consumer to figure it out. But, how are you supposed to do that?

    CBD is a safe and natural compound to take as a supplement. There are no dangerous side effects. People who have taken too much only reported mild symptoms like fatigue, diarrhea, and changes in weight or appetite.

    The first thing to understand when considering the right dose is that CBD doesn't react the same in all people. There are several factors to consider when figuring out how much to take:

    • Your bodyweight
    • The type of effects you want to experience (mild vs. strong)
    • Your individual body chemistry (which you'll learn through trial and error when starting CBD)
    • The concentration of CBD in your product

    It's a good idea to have a conversation with your healthcare provider before taking CBD. He or she could recommend a specific product and dose. They could also check to make sure it won't interact with any medications you may be taking.

    How Much CBD Should I Take? A Practical Dosing Guide

    Now comes the moment of truth when you're ready to take your first dose of CBD. Start low when ingesting CBD and take your time. You're not in any danger. Instead, it's all about optimizing your dose.

    Begin with only 20 to 40 mg per day. After about a week, increase your dosage by 5 mg but make sure to listen to your body. Continue increasing your dosage until it feels right for you.

    Try recording how you feel each day in a journal, that way you can look back and see how your body was reacting to higher doses of CBD. This is also something you can show your healthcare provider at a follow-up.

    And here's how to figure out how much CBD is in your bottle. Let's say you bought a 3,000 mg bottle of CBD oil. Most bottles have a dropper that can hold 1 mL. That is typically considered one serving.

    If there are 60 servings in one bottle, that means each dropper holds 50mg of CBD. Of course, if you're just starting, you should only take a quarter or half of the dropper until you know how it'll react in your body.

    If this is too much of a chore, buy capsules with exact doses ranging from 5mg to 30mg per pill. That way you'll know exactly what to take.

    How Expensive Is CBD Oil?

    We understand that at the end of the day everything boils down to price. You would love to start taking CBD but you want to make sure it's affordable.

    The average vial of CBD costs between $50 and $100 (approximately one fluid once). Depending on how much you take and at what frequency, this vial can last you a couple of weeks or a month.

    It may seem like this price is too high but isn't it worth every penny if it helps you feel better?

    Anecdotal reports from users have been resoundingly positive so far and the research is starting to catch up with word-of-mouth.

    The limited supply of industrial hemp is the reason CBD is pricier right now. Remember that CBD was only legalized two years ago and growers are now scrambling to grow enough to cover the demand.

    And, as we mentioned earlier, the rules are still being set. State laws are continuing to shift. This complicates the process for growers.

    According to industry experts, the cost of CBD will decrease over time as more hemp is grown and advances are made in the extraction process. They claim there is currently a shortage of processors able to do the job right.

    You should understand as a consumer that prices will be higher now, but that's all relative according to your income and the benefits you receive from the product.

    Your major concern should be verifying the quality of the CBD you purchase.

    Avoid CBD Scammers When Shopping

    Unfortunately, many scammers are trying to make money in this growing industry. They offer substandard products or misrepresent what's actually inside.

    Here are three red flags to look for when determining your CBD product quality:

    1. Many sellers claim their product is CBD but it's in fact hemp seed oil
    2. Some products are sold where the concentration of CBD is much lower than the industry standard
    3. Given a shortage of hemp for CBD products, manufacturers get their supplies from overseas which may result in lower quality ingredients

    We know what you're thinking: how am I supposed to know any of this from looking at the label on a bottle?

    You won't unless you ask your CBD supplier for a copy of the batch lab tests. Third-party lab tests will provide you with everything you need to know.

    CBD was only legalized two years ago. As the market has exploded so has the number of scammers. After reading this article you should be able to avoid these fake products.

    Ask Your CBD Supplier for Lab Results

    Any reputable CBD supplier will be able to provide you with the results of an independent laboratory analysis of their product.

    First of all, never order your CBD from major online retailers like Amazon. Your best bet is to order directly from a CBD manufacturer or a reputable nutrition company.

    Before going up for sale, CBD products are analyzed in batches by an independent laboratory.

    Most importantly, the lab test will show the percentage of CBD and THC. You'll want to ensure the amount of CBD in the product matches what has been advertised.

    It's also very important to know how much THC is detectable. This is because it legally has to be below 0.3%. And you don't want to see any traces of THC is you're buying isolate.

    Don't forget that cannabis contains around 144 unique compounds. Lab tests will analyze 22 of the significant cannabinoids in the product. A percentage breakdown is listed on the final report.

    These independent lab tests will also document the terpenes, which can vary depending on the plant strain and where it was grown. They also check for bacteria like Salmonella or E. Coli.

    When buying CBD your goal should always be to get a product that is 100% natural and organic. Third-party lab tests will also search for any pesticides, herbicides, or heavy metals. These dangerous items can be left behind during the growing and processing of cannabis plants. 

    No one wants to consume a supplement containing harmful toxins. Feel free to look into the lab conducting the tests as well. The facility should be authorized by the FDA.

    The best suppliers will actually list their CBD lab results on their website. That way it can be found quickly and easily when online shopping.

    Ready to Make Your First CBD Order?

    After reading this guide you should be ready to pick out the best CBD rich hemp oil.

    Have a conversation with your healthcare provider before you start taking anything new. The same goes for taking any supplements. It's also a good idea to double-check your local and state laws. 

    Do your research and ask for third-party lab tests before making a purchase.

    Do you enjoy learning more about living a healthier lifestyle? Keep reading the rest of our blog for articles on healthy living and checkout our family and budget-friendly whole-foods recipes.

  • Benefits
    • All-Natural
    • Vegan
    • Organically Grown
    • Full-Spectrum
    • Non-GMO
    • Gluten-Free
  • Directions

    Shake well before use. Use 1 to 2 times daily. Place one full dropper under your tongue, hold for 30 seconds, and swallow.

    Although results are expected over the first few days, the maximum results are achieved when using this product over the course of 30-60 days.

    Store in a cool, dry place away from light.

  • Ingredients

    1 Full Dropper (1 ml) Contains:

    Nutrition Facts Amount
    Calories 9
      Calories from Fat 9
    Total Fat 1 g
    Cannabidiol (CBD) 25 mg

    Ingredients: Hemp Extract (Cannabis Sativa) (Stems & Stalks), and Cold Processed Hemp Oil.


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