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When shopping for CBD you’ll want to look for a place that ensures the products you are buying comply with the specs you read on the label. You can do that by purchasing only from licensed retailers that do product curation and brand auditing before offering you any product.
The thing is, many retailers go by that description, or at least many claim to. The trick here is identifying those that do live up to the description, and that’s where we come in.
First things first. Before you can go about looking for a retailer that meets your requirements, you’ll have to define your needs.
The very first thing is understanding what the issue you are trying to solve is. With the current novelty of the effects and benefits being attributed to CBD by professionals and anecdotal evidence alike, it’s easy to get complacent and put CBD into a category of products that is ‘good for everything’.
But the truth is that while CBD can do many things, it cannot do everything for everyone. CBD is an extremely customizable product that works in different ways for different people and whose effects may vary depending on the type of product and potency you use.
This is why understanding what you want to treat with CBD is so important.
It also doesn’t hurt to bear in mind that CBD can only be considered a treatment when it comes to certain kinds of epilepsy (the only condition that has an FDA-approved CBD prescription drug in the U.S.). In other cases, CBD is only sold as a supplement.
Knowing why you’re taking CBD will help you define how much of it you should take, when you should take it, and in what product category you should be purchasing (i.e. edibles). For instance, if you’re taking CBD for insomnia then you might want to take it before bed instead of in the morning.
After you’ve defined your goals, you can take the next step and make sure that the product you are buying complies with the specs needed to address those needs. Some of the key features you want to look at are the source of your hemp, THC content, safety lab reports, and last but not least, the pricing.
Aside from looking for the product you want, you’ll also need a retailer that carries it. Part of that is finding a place that has a large product lineup with different categories.
CBD is a highly customizable consumable. This means that there are times when you’ll want an edible that slowly kicks in and onsets gradually throughout the day. There are other times when a tincture is the option you’re looking for because it provides a quicker onset without having to inhale anything, and then there are those times when a good hemp joint is the product to go with.
Whether you are looking for an online shopping experience or prefer to shop in a traditional brick & mortar store, Discover CBD has trained professionals to help you decide how to customize your unique CBD experience.
At Discover CBD you’ll be able to find CBD edibles, tinctures, topicals, and pet products among many others.
Not only that, they even offer a wide selection of Delta 8 THC products exclusively curated for adults, if you’re looking for something with a bit more kick to it.
With that in mind, make sure you know exactly the type of product you need, and only then get to hunting down the product itself.
Our suggestion? Buy a bit of everything, keep a stocked CBD stash, and do so especially if you’re shopping with Discover CBD, a place we guarantee you can use safely and expect quality products from every single time.
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