How to Choose the Best CBD For You

With dozens of reputable CBD vendors (and hundreds, if not thousands of not-so-reputable ones) on the market, it can be hard to figure out how to choose which CBD oil is best for you and your case. In this article I will be writing on how I chose the best CBD oil for myself and how you can choose the best CBD oil for you.

1. Figure Out Your Needed Dosage

The first step to determining which CBD oil brand is best for you is determining the dosage of CBD you’re going to need per dose. For example, if you struggle with anxiety, 10-25mg should be enough to calm you down. Thus, you’re going to want to get a 300mg 30mL tincture. Alternatively, you may want to attempt to treat your cancer with CBD and choose the RSHO Special Blend, which offers 190mg per serving.

2. Research Brands

A quick Google search of “Buy CBD” or “CBD Vendors” will bring up tons of different CBD vendors! Do a little bit of research on each brand you’re interested in to see what their offered dosages are, as well as the size of the actual product in terms of mL (in the case of oil/tinctures).

3. Choose a Brand

Once you’ve found a couple of quality CBD vendors, determine which one is best for you based upon price, dosage, size of bottle, and your preferred extraction method (if any – mine is Supercritical CO2 extraction for reference).

4. Check for Third-Party Testing

Any reputable brand is going to offer third-party testing of all of their products. Make sure of this! You don’t want any bacterial contamination, pesticides, or any other contaminants in your CBD (for obvious reasons!). If they claim to third-party test their CBD products but do not have links to the testing on-site, email them and ask for a copy of their most recent test results!

5. Read Reviews

Finally, read reviews regarding the CBD vendor! Check out our CBD reviews or do a quick Google search to check out what other people have said about the quality, effectiveness, taste, shipping speed, and customer service. Be careful, though! Remember that companies can easily manipulate you into buying their product by leaving themselves great reviews while, in reality, they sell a shoddy product!

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