9 THINGS
YOU NEED TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU BUY
HEMP OIL
9 THINGS
YOU NEED TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU BUY
HEMP OIL
With the so much media coverage, the popularity of CBD oil and Hemp Oil
exploded in the last year into one of the fastest growing industries.
As the market continues to flourish, you saw hundreds of companies - each
eager to get in on the action - flood the marketplace.
While less than a decade ago, consumers found few product options from
several different brands. Today you can hop online and choose from hundreds
of different brands and dozens of different product options such as e-liquids,
beverages, topical solutions, and more.
More Isn’t Always Better.
In some cases,
more can be a good thing.
In this case, however…
more presents many
challenges…
especially if you are new
to the industry.
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The challenge - which you realize when you tried more than two different CBD
brands - is that CBD products and Hemp Oil are not created equal.
Just as in any industry, there are low-quality products, high-quality products,
and everything in between.
The problem in the CBD and hemp oil industries is that knowing how to
choose the good products from the bad isn’t everyday knowledge.
As a result, consumers like you face a blind purchase of a CBD or Hemp
Oil online based on what’s trending or which brand has the best marketing
strategy. Often this creates an environment where low-quality products
masquerade as high-quality products.
This leads to a waste of money on low-quality products, none of the benefits
you need, and sometimes, even jeopardizing your health due to unsafe
ingredients in a product.
Needless to say, this can lead to big problems.
What’s the Solution?
How Can I Safely Buy CBD or Hemp Oil Online?
While this problem is now out of hand, the solution is really simple.
Awareness and Education
It is increasingly important for you to understand what to look for in a good
CBD or Hemp Oil product.
With the knowledge gained through years of research we compiled a list of
10 things you need to know before purchasing any CBD or Hemp Oil product
online (or anywhere else.)
From understanding lab reports to gauging the quality of a product, this guide
will equip you with the knowledge to safely buy CBD or Hemp Oil online.
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BUT FIRST - HEMP OIL VS CBD OIL
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
When you look at multiple natural oils, there are two you are sure to come
across: CBD Oil and Hemp Oil. Although these terms are sometimes used
interchangeably, they are different products used and consumed in their own
way.
Let’s look at the differences of CBD oil vs. Hemp Oil.
What is CBD Oil?
CBD oil refers to oil that contains a concentration of CBD, or cannabidiol. It is
easily extracted from the hemp plant specifically cultivated to be high in CBD
since it only contains trace amounts of THC. This makes the ratio of CBD to
THC much higher.
THC is what causes the effect of feeling euphoric or “high.” The forms of
cannabis plants that are typically used for smoking are bred to be high in THC.
CBD does not give that feeling when consumed as it works with your body in
a different way. In fact, CBD counteracts some of the effects of THC. The high
ratio of CBD to THC in hemp plants is what makes them ideal to make CBD oil
since it will not get you high.
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How Does CBD Oil Work?
CBD works with the body through the endocannabinoid system, or ECS. The
endocannabinoid system is responsible for keeping the body in a state of
balance. It impacts the functions of sleep, mood, pain, appetite, hormone, and
immune response. ECS also aids your body in creating natural cannabinoids.
CBD helps to stimulate your body’s natural cannabinoid production to maintain
the efficiency of the receptors and optimal function of the endocannabinoid
system. But CBD does more than just affect cannabinoid receptors. It impacts
many other receptors too.
Opioid receptors are also affected by CBD. It has also been shown to affect
dopamine and serotonin receptors as well. Dopamine helps regulate aspects of
cognition and behavior, i.e. motivation and reward seeking. Serotonin receptors
deal with problems such as anxiety.
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What is Hemp Oil?
Hemp is a plant grown in the northern hemisphere that takes about 3-4 months
to mature.
Hemp seeds can be consumed or used to produce a variety of food products
including hemp milk, hemp oil, hemp cheese substitutes and hemp-based
protein powder.
Hemp seeds have a mild, nutty flavor. Hemp milk is made from hulled hemp
seeds, water, and sweetener. Hemp Oil has a “grassy” flavor.
Hemp is commonly confused with marijuana. It belongs to the same family, but
the two plants are very different. Marijuana is grown to contain high amounts of
tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the chemical that is responsible for its psychoactive
properties. Hemp describes the edible plant seeds and only contains a trace
amount of THC.
One of the differences to consider when you compare Hemp Oil to CBD oil is
where the oils come from.
Hemp Oil comes from the hemp plant. Hemp plants are a form of cannabis
sativa that is typically grown for industrial purposes. These plants contain low
levels of cannabinoids, including the two most commonly known: THC and
CBD (cannabidiol).
Pressing the seeds extracts the Hemp Oil from the plant. This method of
extraction is similar to the production of olive and coconut oil.
Since hemp seeds do not contain any THC, the extracted oil does not contain
any as well.
Trace amounts may potentially still be found due to plant matter adhering to
the seeds during processing. However, modern commercial manufacturing
decontaminates seeds by 99.99%.
The important thing to keep in mind when thinking about Hemp Oil vs. CBD oil
is that even though CBD oil sometimes comes from hemp plants, it can also be
extracted from other cannabis plants that contain higher levels of THC.
Hemp oil always comes from hemp plants but contain no CBD/THC (from the
seeds) or high CBD/trace THC (from the resin glands.)
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How Is It Used?
There are multiple uses for Hemp Oil, which is part of its rise in popularity.
Add Hemp Oil to food as a vitamin supplement due to its high level of vitamins
E, B, B1, and B2. Hemp Oil also contains potassium, magnesium, and fatty
acids, such as omega-3 and omega- 6, in addition to being rich in protein and
antioxidants.
Hemp Oil is often used in shampoos, lotions, soaps, and other beauty or
cosmetic products around the world.
It is found as an ingredient in plastics, paint, dressings, lubrications, and bio-
diesel fuel. So Hemp Oil has many benefits.
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Benefits of Hemp Oil
The fatty acids found in Hemp Oil (omega-3 and omega-6) are one of the most beneficial health
factors of Hemp Oil.
These acids can help diminish the signs of aging and improve heart health. They also are what
make Hemp Oil such a great moisturizer, since omega-3 and omega-6 act in a similar way as the
skin’s natural lipids. This allows an increase of skin elasticity and water retention. It is great to use
Hemp Oil to hydrate your skin, hair, and nails, helping them stay healthy and strong.
Cholesterol can drop when you consume fatty acids. They help increase your metabolism, which
results in burning fat at a faster rate and keeping it from depositing on your artery wall. Omerga-3
and Omega-6 fatty acids protect your nerve cells as they prevent the damage of the myelin
sheath. Gamma linoleic acid, found in hemp oil, helps to fight psoriasis, a skin condition that
affects many individuals around the world.
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Hemp is available in a variety of forms, including oils and powders.
According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, a 2 tablespoon serving of
hemp seeds weighing 20 grams (g) contains:
111 calories
6.31 g of protein
9.75 g of fat
1.73 g of carbohydrates (including 0.8 g of fiber
and 0.3 g of sugar)
14 milligrams (mg) of calcium
1.59 mg of iron
140 mg of magnesium
330 mg of phosphorus
240 mg of potassium
1.98 mg of zinc
22 micrograms (mcg) of folate
Hemp seeds also provide vitamin C, some B vitamins, and vitamins A and E.
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Healthy Fats
The American Heart Association recommends consuming two 3.5-ounce
servings of fish, especially oily fish, each week. This is because fish is a major
source of omega-3 fatty acids. If a person does not regularly consume fish,
they may not be getting enough DHA or EPA.
Hemp is a plant-based source of concentrated omega-3 fatty acids. However,
the fatty acids that hemp contains are alpha-linolenic acids (ALA), which are
poorly converted to DHA and EPA in the body at a rate of only about 2 to 10
percent.
Despite this inefficient conversion rate, hemp is one of the richest sources of
ALA, and so still represents a very good source of healthy fat, particularly for
those who do not consume fish or eggs.
Hemp contains a specific omega-6 fatty acid called GLA and Hemp Oil contains
an even higher percentage of GLA.
Protein Source
Hemp contains all 10 essential amino acids, making it a good plant-based
protein source. Hemp does not contain phytates found in many vegetarian
protein sources and can interfere with the absorption of essential minerals.
Magnesium
Magnesium plays an important role in over 300 enzymatic reactions within
the body, including the metabolism of food and synthesis of fatty acids and
proteins. Magnesium helps neuromuscular transmission and activity and muscle
relaxation.
Magnesium deficiency — which is especially prevalent in older people — has
a link to insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, coronary heart disease, and
osteoporosis. Hemp Oil is one of the best sources of magnesium.
Research suggests that people experiencing premenstrual syndrome (PMS) may
be able to alleviate symptoms such as bloating, insomnia, leg swelling, weight
gain and breast tenderness by ensuring an adequate intake of magnesium.
Magnesium combined with vitamin B6 appears to be helpful in these instances.
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The 9 Things You Need to Know
Before You Buy Hemp Oil
1. Has the Product Been Tested by a 3rd Party Lab?
The first things you should look for when you are ready to purchase any Hemp
Oil product is if a 3rd party laboratory tested it.
If so, then lab reports for that product should be readily available somewhere
on the company’s website.
If lab reports cannot be found, it could mean a variety of things.
Maybe the lab report revealed that the product did not contain the stated amount
of cannabinoids, or that the product contained harmful contaminants. Maybe
the company just forgot to add the reports to their website.
Note that some companies may only provide their lab reports when you purchase
the product or submitted a formal request. In this case, you can always reach out
to the company and submit a request to review their lab reports.
What should you look for in a lab report?
If you were able to find a product’s lab reports, there are a few things that you
should confirm:
Was the analysis performed by an accredited laboratory?
This is very important. Just like shady companies, there are also shady
laboratories that don’t follow proper procedures to ensure accuracy in their
reports.
The way you identify the good ones are to make sure that they are accredited
in accordance with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
“Accredited by the ISO” means the lab meets certain standards and operates
under specific guidelines approved and monitored by a governing body.
While there are other accreditation programs such as the ILAC, ISO accreditation
is the standard for analysis reporting.
When was the lab report approved?
Currently, there are no regulations regarding how often to test a Hemp Oil product.
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This means a company with a lab report from 3-years ago could technically say
their product is “lab-tested.”
I believe that it is a company’s responsibility to its customers to consistently and
systematically test their products so that they can ensure that they are safe.
Does the lab report confirm that the product is free of contaminants?
During the analysis process, a laboratory will determine if the sample contains
any harmful contaminants such as heavy metals, or microbial contaminants
such as mold or bacteria.
If the sample contains an amount of contaminants that is below limit which is
safe to exist in the sample, the analysis report will list “Pass” under the “Status”
column. This is what you want to see.
If the sample contains an amount of contaminants that exceeds the safe limit,
the analysis report will list “Fail” under the “Status” column. This is a big red
flag, and I would definitely stay away from this product.
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2. Does the Product Contain 0.3% THC or Less?
While THC is legal in several states, it is illegal in most of them.
In order for a Hemp Oil product to maintain its legality, it can only contain a
certain amount of THC.
Depending on the state, the maximum amount of THC allowed is 0.3% to 0.5%
or less.
This is the amount that is generally considered to be safe and shouldn’t inflict
the psychoactive effects of THC.
3. What ingredients are used in the product?
The next thing you’ll want to look at is the product’s ingredients list.
What ingredients are in the product? Are the ingredients listed at all (If they
aren’t, this would definitely raise a red flag)?
Are there a ton of ingredients with names you can’t pronounce? If there are, a
quick Google search can reveal what they are, and if they have any negative
side effects.
Positive highlights to look for in a good Hemp Oil product include if the product
uses organic and all-natural ingredients or if the product contains premium
ingredients that were added to enhance the benefits of the product (such as
Vitamin B12 for pain relief).
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4. Where was the hemp sourced and how was it cultivated?
Hemp (obviously) is the primary source that Hemp Oil comes from, and the
quality of that hemp plays a big factor in the quality of the end product.
While some brands maintain close relationships with hemp suppliers in order to
ensure they use top quality hemp, others are more concerned with getting the
lowest price possible.
Often times, brands will purchase Hemp isolate from wholesale suppliers and
have no idea where the Hemp comes from or how it was cultivated.
To appeal to new companies with limited knowledge, suppliers will say that
their isolate was extracted from organic hemp grown in the United States under
the best farming practices.
While they may tell the truth, without a direct relationship with the farm,
companies have no real way to validate these claims.
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That said, it is important to confirm the quality of the Hemp, Here are a few
things you’ll want to know about a product’s Hemp source:
Where was the hemp sourced from?
Hemp can be sourced from many different places, including Europe, China,
and the United States.
Because the US has nutrient-rich soil and superior cultivation standards, it is by
far the best geographical location to cultivate Hemp.
With the industry continuing to evolve, a standard for quality is beginning
to emerge.
As part of that standard, Hemp grown in the US should be the foundation for
all Hemp Oil products.
What cultivation practices were used?
Another important factor is the cultivation practices that were used to produce
the hemp.
Following the same standard discussed above, utilizing the best cultivation
practices such as maintaining the proper ph-balanced soil, sourcing hemp
seeds from accredited collectives, and abstaining from pesticides, GMOs, and
other unnatural practices should be the foundation for all Hemp Oil products.
While it may be difficult to extract this information fully, it’s a good sign if a
company is knowledgeable and readily discloses their beliefs and standards
when sourcing hemp for the products.
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5. What type of CBD is being used in the Hemp Oil?
When shopping for Hemp Oil products, consumers face the choice between
products that contain “Full Spectrum,” “Broad Spectrum,” or “Isolate.”
Understanding the difference between the three, and which type is used in a
specific product, is extremely important to know.
Cannabinoid spectrum and
benefits (Source: Leafly)
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So what’s the difference between full spectrum, broad spectrum, and
isolate CBD?
First off, the difference between each type refers to the cannabinoid extraction
process.
CBD Isolate is pure CBD that was extracted from the hemp plant, and then
isolated from the other cannabinoids that were present, resulting in a 99% pure
CBD extract.
Full Spectrum CBD is CBD that was extracted from the hemp plant along with
all the other cannabinoids that were present, including THC.
Broad Spectrum CBD is a bit of a mix between both CBD isolate and Full
Spectrum CBD. Essentially, Broad Spectrum CBD is Full Spectrum CBD,
without the THC.
6. How was the CBD extracted?
There are several different methods of extracting CBD; however, CO2 extraction
is the standard because it is safe and delivers a pure end product.
CO2 extraction uses pressurized carbon dioxide (CO2) to extract CBD from
the plant, and then compresses it into a supercritical cold liquid state, while
preserving the nutrient rich trichomes and terpenes.
Because CO2 extraction preserves the purity of the CBD while not contaminating
the end substance, it is the most superior way to extract CBD and should be
the standard for any quality CBD product.
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7. Amount of CBD in Each Dosage
Before you purchase a CBD product, it’s important to first understand how
much CBD is in the product. This will inform you of how much CBD is in a single
dose, which you can then use to gauge how, if at all, that product would fit into
your lifestyle. Depending on the type of product, the dosage method can vary.
8. Is the product priced fairly?
When shopping for any Hemp Oil product, price is usually an important factor,
as you want to make sure you’re not getting ripped off.
Before you purchase any Hemp Oil product, do your due diligence and make
sure you’re not overpaying for a product by asking these simple questions:
How does the product compare to similar options?
Compare the product’s price to three
other products with the same CBD
concentration.
If it’s around the same price or lower,
great. If it isn’t, let’s look a little deeper.
Is the product’s retail price, the actual
price you’ll end up paying?
Sometimes a product may seem more
expensive than another option when
it’s actually cheaper after considering
discounts, shipping, and rewards.
Before you immediately dismiss a product because it’s more expensive, be
sure to compare the brand’s discounts and incentives with the other options
you are considering.
Sometimes, the higher priced product could end up being cheaper. If it isn’t,
let’s continue to the next question.
Is the product’s higher price justified?
So the product you’re considering ended up being priced higher than other
options. That’s fine; products can certainly range in price, but is the price
justifiable to you?
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Factors that could increase the price of a product include:
• The product contains premium ingredients to improve its effects
• The product contains a special feature (such as a roll-on topical compared
to a standard rub-on topical)
• The product is from a company with an outstanding reputation
Essentially, does the product offer value that justifies the increased cost? If it
does, great. If it just has fancy packaging, or is endorsed by some celebrity,
don’t let yourself get ripped off.
There are dozens of top notch products that are priced fair and will deliver the
benefits you need for a price you can afford.
9. Does the company have a good reputation? What are others saying
about the product and the brand?
A great way to gauge the
legitimacy of a product or
brand is by reviewing the
experience others have had
with the product and brand.
While it doesn’t guarantee
the quality of a product, it
does provide useful insights
into how other felt about the
product and could reveal
potential problems you’d
rather avoid.
Does the product and brand have any reviews? Are they good, bad, average?
Are there any alarming complaints or praise from their customers?
These are crucial questions that will help you determine if the product is worth
giving a try.
If you have friends who use Hemp Oil products, ask if they’ve had an experience
with that product / brand.
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Where to Buy Hemp Oil
Fortunately, Hemp Oil products are legal in both Canada and the United States
(whereas in the US, CBD oil is still prohibited in some states.)
Here’s a great suggestion: EdenPure7® Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil.
EdenPure7® Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil is probably the Strongest Full-Spectrum
Hemp Oil on the Market - as a matter of fact it is 7 Times More Effective than
other Hemp Oil
Studies on full-spectrum hemp oil are just beginning to show the oil’s amazing
promise. One study showed full-spectrum hemp to “induce anti-inflammatory
effects.”
People like you buy full-spectrum hemp oil for a wide range of other positive
benefits!
But the Mayo Clinic tested several full-spectrum hemp supplements on the
market and found many of them contained LESS Hemp Oil than what was on
the label! Many of them don’t even contain full-spectrum Hemp Oil. Only full-
spectrum Hemp Oil contains all of the components of hemp oil rather than a
select isolate.
This means you really need to beware of the cheap hemp oil you see advertised
at local corner stores and other places.
Scientists from EdenPURE® Health came
up with a way to fully utilize the positive
benefits full-spectrum Hemp Oil has to offer.
They increased the absorbency rate over 7
times when compared to other hemp oils.
Get the Relief You Need Faster - 7X Faster
They use a proprietary technology called
Purzorb™ that makes the Hemp Oil water
soluble so your body absorbs it 85% vs.
6% for other hemp oils and 7 times faster!
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Doctor Recommended
“I’m a pain doctor and I have been using EdenPURE7®
Hemp Oil exclusively with my patients with great results.
My patients love it!” - Dr. Kim Davis
My Doctor Recommended It
“My doctor recommended EdenPURE7® Hemp Oil for my
everyday aches and pains. After just a couple weeks of
taking it, I’ve noticed that I wake up in the morning
feeling well rested without everyday aches and pains.
Thank you EdenPURE7 for making me
feel twenty years younger again!”
- Laura S.
Stress Levels
“This full-spectrum hemp oil was a godsend. I began taking
it about a year ago and noticed the difference in my stress
levels almost immediately. My life feels like it’s back in
balance!”
- Kylie M.
Never Slept Better
“I have never slept better and have increased
flexibility and recovery in my golf game!”
- Lucile F.
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