FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
One of the top questions being asked every single day is where to buy CBD oil.
The biggest challenge in this department is finding legitimate companies that have your best interest at its core.
When looking at different companies, always make sure they have published, independent 3rd party testing done on their products, this is the only way to be sure of what is in the products.
More CBD companies are popping up every day, which can make it very confusing for the consumer to know what products to choose.
Here at CBD HANDLE we don't promote just one company, or sell any products ourselves.
We aim to educate and help narrow down the choices for the top brands in the CBD industry.
All of the companies on our recommended lists of top CBD oil brands have been chosen for their quality, testing, standards, and customer service.
Full Spectrum CBD products contain traces of THC (legally 0.3%) and may cause a fail on a drug test.
THC builds up in the body over time, in your fat stores. While the risk may be low when first starting, taking high doses of CBD or using for a prolonged period of time increases your risk of failing a test.
Broad Spectrum and CBD Isolate products contain ND (non-detectable) levels of THC, and should be used instead.
Keep in mind though that nothing is guaranteed, even when using a THC free product. Weigh the risks accordingly.
Full spectrum CBD products contain everything beneficial from the hemp plant, including other minor cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and nutrients.
It also gives you the benefit of the "Entourage Effect". This is the term used to describe the effects of the whole plant.
The many different compounds work to boost each each other, providing greater effects than any one single compound alone.
By choosing Full Spectrum products you are ensuring you get the most out of your CBD.
Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of the hemp plant, and contains no CBD at all.
CBD is extracted from other parts of the hemp plant, the stalks, stems, flowers, and leaves.
CBD right after it is extracted isn't the ideal way to consume it. CBD binds to fat molecules, and works best in the presence of them.
A carrier oil is exactly what it sounds like. It is a fatty oil that "carries" another substance, in this case - CBD.
Carrier oils can increase the bio-availability of your CBD, which is the rate that your body absorbs and uses it.
© 2020, CBD HANDLE. All Rights Reserved
Here at CBD HANDLE we are committed to providing accurate, up to date information on the CBD Industry. We don’t sell any products ourselves, rather we aim to help guide you in the process of selecting a quality company. Any questions regarding specific products you have ordered, shipping, issues with items, please contact the company that you ordered from directly.
The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or Health Canada. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by Health Canada or FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.