How to Choose a Safe CBD Oil Supplier in 2021


Whether you are new to the world of CBD or you have been let down by a CBD supplier in the past, if you want to ensure you get the maximum benefits from taking CBD oil and ensure your safety, you need to know how to find a reputable supplier.

Unfortunately, this is easier said than done with literally thousands of companies across the globe all promising the best CBD oil at the lowest prices.

So, how do you separate the good from the bad? The trustworthy from the tyrants?

Keep reading to find out.

What should I look for in a CBD supplier?

Although choice can be a good thing for consumers, too much of it can leave you feeling confused and bewildered. If this is the case for you when it comes to finding a CBD supplier, then the below tips should help.

1.   Do your research

Before making a purchase from a CBD supplier, you first need to research the company. There is currently very little regulation of the CBD industry, meaning that there will definitely be more than a few companies that are slipping through the cracks and getting away with offering inferior and potentially unsafe products.

You should be able to find all the information you need on the company’s website. If not, this is a red flag that all is not right with this supplier.

All CBD products from CBD Guru come with certificates of analysis and clearly state exactly what is in each one on its labels.

2.   Look for the source

You should be able to easily find out where a CBD supplier sources their hemp from. If this information is not forthcoming on their website, again, this is a warning sign. Look for suppliers that offer organically grown hemp and where possible, hemp that has been grown locally.

A reputable CBD supplier will be proud of the source of their hemp and will clearly promote this on their website for all to see.

3.   Aim for great service

Due to the surge in popularity of CBD oil and CBD products, many suppliers have been left feeling overwhelmed and this is reflected in the level of service they are able to offer. For example, a company that is struggling with demand may offer a delayed delivery service, missing products and unreturned correspondence, all of which will inconvenience you as a buyer.

Avoid this by reading as many recent online reviews as possible before choosing a CBD supplier to find out if they are having any issues with their level of customer service.

4.   Opt for logical pricing

Although you may be tempted to go for the cheapest CBD products available to save money or for the most expensive to guarantee quality, neither of these strategies are a good idea.

In fact, if you want to find a trustworthy CBD supplier, you should look for one that offers competitive and logical pricing.

Most full-spectrum CBD products fall roughly in the same price range, with any difference in cost being based on the strength of the product. If you find CBD oil that is extremely cheap, it is highly likely to be very low strength and therefore, ineffective.