How to Spot Fake CBD
When you are thinking of trying out a new product, most people search the internet. Online vendors like amazon will give you some basic information, help you compare products and find the pricing you're looking for. Now thtCBD and help are gaining attention and popularity, there are a lot of products availabe from many sources. The choices can be overwhelming. And, with so many products flooding the market it can be dificult to know if you're buying a quality product from a reputable source, or just throwing your money away on a scam. Fake CBD sellers are taking advantage of this gap in consumer knowledge.
What to look for when shopping for CBD
1. Numbers that don't add up
If you see a product advertizing 150 000mg of hemp oil in a 30ml bottle that should get your attention. Sometimes the label will take out the commas, or replace them with a decimal, ie: 150.000mg instead of 150,000mg. It isn't possible to fit 150,000mg or 150ml or product in a 30ml bottle. Typically these products will also be listed at a very low price. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
2. Hemp seed oil
Both could be considered hemp oil, but there is a big difference between hemp seed oil and full spectrum hemp extract. Most people don't know the difference, but hemp seed oil contains no phytocannabinoids. Because they are not CBD, hemp seed oils are usually much cheaper. If a 80ml bottle is offered at $20, you know you're not getting the full spectrum CBD you're looking for.
3. Fake full spectrum
Any product that claims to be full spectrum and no THC is a fake. Trace amounts of THC will occur as well as phytocannabinoids. If it has no THC it isn't full spectrum.
3. Fake full spectrum
Products claiming full specrum but no THC are fakes. Full specturm has trace amounts of THC as well as other phytocannabanoids. Without THC it is not full spectrum extract. Clear products that claim to be full spectrum are also fake. Full spectrum extract has the least amount of processing, retaining plant materials that give it a natrually darker hue.
4. Clear full spectrum oil
Clear products that claim to be full spectrum are also fake. Full spectrum extract has the least amount of processing, retaining plant materials that give it a natrually darker hue.