Where Can I Buy CBD?
Where can I buy CBD? This is a question that a lot of people ask! While you can buy CBD (such as CBD Patches) both online and in-store, you need to be cautious and ensure you purchase from a reputable seller. With that being said, below, we are going to take a look at how to buy CBD safely so you can get a better understanding.
Only purchase from accredited, online CBD sellers
When you are looking to buy CBD, it is imperative to look for a company that specialises in CBD products. Make sure they are accredited and that they have a good reputation in the industry. Any CBD company that doesn't offer lab reports for its products and/or hasn't submitted a Novel Food Application to the FSA should raise red flags.
Ensure THC levels are below 0.2%
Another piece of advice when looking to buy CBD online is to make sure that the THC style="font-weight: 400;"> levels are below 0.2%. This is the legal requirement for products within the UK, so it is imperative that this is adhered to. You can look at the lab reports to make sure this is the case. A common question surrounding THC and CBD is whether it is addictive; we cover this question in one of our other articles.
Check lab reports before buying
This is an important step as lab reports give you a full understanding of all of the cannabinoids that are within the product you’re considering purchasing. These reports are essential so that you know exactly what you’re buying and so you can make sure that the sales claims are true. All of the best sellers will have lab reports available. As mentioned above, if they don’t, this is a red flag!
Read reviews and feedback from past customers
Last but not least, it is imperative to take the time to read the comments and feedback that have been left by people who have already purchased from the website in question before. By carrying out your due diligence and reading comments from other customers, you will be able to come across any red flags if there are any.