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In addition to the issue of CBD products free of added ingredients, a very important issue is that of the quality of the CBD ingredient itself, as well as the proper labeling of the ingredients in the product. The more established companies in the CBD industry have mostly offered products that are tested for contaminants and purity. Many of these companies offer organic CBD products. But, some of the newer CBD companies are selling products that do not disclose whether or not their CBD has been tested by an independent testing lab nor do they disclose what country the CBD comes from or whether of not their company did the extracting or whether they bought pre-extracted CBD. There is a large amount of hemp currently being imported from China and the possibly exists that more and more CBD products will be made from China grown hemp. So, for consumers who are diligent about what they consume, it pays to examine things like where the CBD ingredient is sourced from, whether it has been tested for purity and contaminants, whether or not the ingredient has been properly extracted from the hemp without the use of toxic solvents and more. Another issue for consumers to be aware of is that of accuracy in ingredients labeling, an issue not unique to CBD. Many industry participants hope that this industry will devise a way to self-regulate before the government steps in with regulations. In the meantime, some industry watchers are projecting that the CBD industry could reach $22 billion in sales by year 2022.
As CBD has become less stigmatized and more socially acceptable many of large national chain stores are starting to offer CBD products even though many state laws regarding the substance are confusing and murky. Among the large well-known retailers selling CBD products or planning to do so are Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid and others. Non-drug store chains selling or planning to sell CBD products include such well-known institutions as Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Barney’s and others. Many of these chains are currently selling or planning to sell topical CBD products and cosmetic CBD products. The Vitamin Shoppe CBD offerings presently include two CBD brands of consumable CBD supplements. There are not any Amazon CBD product offerings at the present time, as Amazon does not permit the sale of these products. But, Amazon sellers are offering a number of hemp seed oil products, some of which are sold touting potential benefits generally associated with authentic CBD. It should be noted that any medical claims regarding CBD are not allowed and not proven, rendering such claims inappropriate.
Regarding hemp seed oils, CBDReVu advises that consumers should be aware that most hemp oils and hemp powders sold in supermarkets and on Amazon are made mostly from hemp seeds and should be expected to have little or no CBD oil contained in the product. So, products labeled as hemp oil or hemp seed oil should be assumed to contain no CBD whatsoever unless the label specifically states that it does.
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