How to Choose a Quality CBD Productby Elev Ted Hemp & CBD distributor
Because a quality CBD product is not just about its CBD level or its smell, for it to be effective it is important to take several factors into consideration.
Indoor culture is a guarantee of quality. Truly?
In general, growing hemp indoors produces a better result than a plant grown in a greenhouse or outdoors because the grower has full control of his environment.
However, this is not an absolute truth as there are many factors that can influence the final result. Indeed, we will take into account the quality of fertilizers, soil, drying, the cannabinoid extraction process or its manicure. And paradoxically, a plant grown outdoors, enjoying favorable weather conditions could give really good results.
My CBD flower smells great. Warning!
Likewise, a beautiful plant produces natural terpenes characterized by a very fragrant smell and a strong aroma but again, this is not synonymous with quality because the producers can also add artificial terpenes. To be sure, in the case of a CBD flower, the smell that the plant gives off when unpacking must be just as intense when it crumbles.
A flower is alive and should not be completely dried out. A plant that is pressed should not crumble after the first press.
It's good but… it's dirty.
A plant, depending on the variety, has a higher or lower THC concentration. But the law does not want it to exceed 0.3% , so you also have to understand how the producer to remove the THC from the final product.
There are several methods for isolating cannabinoids . For example, chemical solvent extraction leaves traces of alcohol on the finished product, while supercritical CO2 extraction would likely be cleaner.
I have a very high level of CBD in my CBD Flower. Yes, but…
The level of CBD is closely linked to the level of THC. They say it takes roughly 1% THC to get 25% - 30% CBD. While the authorized THC level is 0.3%, you have to quickly ask yourself the question. In fact, some producers have intentionally increased its rate by vaporizing the flower with CBD isolates. And in order for the isolate to cling to the plant, manufacturers use chemical solvents.
The spectrum and the entourage effect
Note that hemp has a hundred cannabinoids , the best known of which are THC and CBD. But for CBD to be effective, it's important not to isolate other cannabinoids during the THC-lowering process to create what's called the “entourage effect”.
We say that the spectrum is full or Full Spectrum in Mooresville when the manufacturer has kept natural terpenes in his oil as well as all cannabinoids ( THC, CBN, CBD, CBA etc ...)
Read also: The Benefits of Broad Spectrum CBD Oil
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