NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / October 8, 2019 / The primary form of CBD oil that has been at the center of the massive growth in the CBD market was initially concentrated CBD in liquid form to be used by applying a few drops under the tongue, such as this popular product https://cbdrevu.com/cbdpure-hemp-oil-cbd/.
While in the past year or so, CBD capsules have gained in popularity likely due to their ease of use, in 2019 there has been a flood of topical CBD products that have come on stream. So which form of CBD is best?
Ingesting CBD is very different that rubbing a lotion of your skin that has a small amount of CBD in it. Topical CBD is the form of CBD that is mostly being sold in national chain stores, or is about to be sold in many big chains. That is the way the big chains are sticking a toe in the water of the lucrative CBD market. But there is a big problem with this. There is no significant scientific evidence to support the idea that topical CBD has any pain relieving value, or any real value for other uses. There is no scientific evidence to support the claims that topical CBD relieves pain or does much of anything. And, even if topical CBD might have any value for pain relief, it would probably require much higher potencies that are currently offered in most of the topical CBD lotions currently on the market. So the possibility exists that topical CBD is of little value and a waste of money. At least that is a reasonable point of view until there is some evidence to prove otherwise. Even the evidence of efficacy from using the more traditional ingestible CBD is mostly anecdotal since there is currently a deficiency of scientific evidence supporting the various overly aggressive claims being made about CBD.
For consumers shopping for CBD there are a number of caveats since the industry is largely unregulated at the present time. First and foremost is the danger of buying bogus CBD or tainted CBD. There have been a number of news stories about bogus CBD products, many of which do not contain any CBD at all and some of which contain dangerous ingredients. A good first step for consumers interested in buying the substance is to only buy from reputable, established companies with a track record and to avoid buying CBD from gas stations, convenience stores, and to avoid buying any CBD vaping products. Another important step for consumers is to carefully examine product ingredients labels and to make sure the necessary homework is done to see that the CBD brand being considered has their CBD ingredient periodically examined for potency and purity by an independent testing lab. Even with these caveats the market continues to grow rapidly for CBD products, medical marijuana, marijuana seeds and growing supplies, and medical marijuana around much of the Western world.
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