Most Popular CBD Capsules And CBD Oils Get Updated Rankings For Mid 2019

June 28 03:10 2019

New Brunswick, NJ – The most popular and best-known CBD brands have received updated ratings and rankings from of one of the leading CBD product brand directories in the United States, see here https://cbdrevu.com/cbdpure-hemp-oil-cbd/

CBD sales are soaring and more and more national retailing chains are adding CBD products as consumer demand continues to climb. In the early days of CBD most products consisted of either CBD tinctures, which are concentrated CBD oils to be used by dropping the liquid CBD extract in the mouth, and later as CBD capsules. CBD capsules are especially popular likely due to their ease of use of because some consumers might not like the taste of CBD. Typically, the original popular CBD oil products consisted of the CBD extract in a carrier-oil such as olive oil or hemp seed oil. Among the most popular CBD capsule products are Softgels as can be seen here https://cbdrevu.com/cbdpure-softgels-750/

In the past year or so other forms of CBD are being offered, such as CBD gummies, as well as CBD topical products like creams, lotions and salves. Most all of the major retailers who are jumping on the CBD bandwagon including CVS, Rite-Aid, Walgreens, Krogers and others who have announced their intentions to offer CBD to their customers unfortunately will only be selling CBD topicals. The best CBD products from a sales standpoint remain the ingestible products sold online. As far as the topical CBD products go, the jury is still out since that is a relatively new sub-niche within the CBD space and many of the major national chains have yet to roll out their product offerings.

There are a lot of misconceptions and unknowns about CBD. There has been very limited scientific study thus far regarding the many health claims touted by CBD companies, so any potential benefits are unknown at this time making those health claims inappropriate. Further, there is no known benefit to using CBD as a topical cream, so the idea of any benefit from topicals is highly speculative at best. One important misconception is that CBD gets people high. It does not produce a high since there are only minimal amounts of THC in CBD products. The maximum allowable level of THC is 3/10ths of 1% and many manufacturers offer CBD products containing zero THC.

Another misconception is that high doses of CBD are better than low doses. Again, research into whether or not CBD is effective for anything at all is speculative and there has been no scientific research regarding proper dosing. Yet another misconception is that CBD is completely legal. The laws are confusing and many different states have different opinions in addition to confusion about Federal laws. Many manufacturers maintain that the 2018 Farm Bill makes hemp and hemp-derived products legal but as with most everything within the law there are differences of opinion and confusion and controversy remains. The laws regarding CBD remain confused even as sales soar and as major national chains begin to offer CBD products.

So, many national chain stores will soon be offering CBD products, but only in topical form and those smaller retailers offering ingestible CBD generally offer only one or two brands. This makes online the best source for a large selection of CBD brands even though the giant advertising and retailing platforms such as Facebook and Amazon prohibit CBD sales or advertising. Although at a quick glance it appears that CBD can be purchased on Amazon, in fact, CBD is strictly prohibited on that platform. Amazon CBD products are often nothing more than hemp seed oil products containing no CBD

On CBDReVu consumers can do quick brand comparisons at a glance for most of the top selling CBD products including well-known brands such as CBDPure, Green Roads CBD, Bluebird Botanicals, Kannaway Pure, Vitamin Shop CBD, Green Roads CBD, Irwin Naturals, NuLeaf Naturals, Garden of Life CBD, Charlotte’s Web, Endoca, Irie CBD, Sensi Seeds, CBD Essence, Receptra Naturals, CBDPure Softgels, Hemp Meds RSHO Real Scientific Hemp Oil, Rick Simpson Oil, Elixinol, PureKana CBD, Restorative Botanicals and more.

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