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Pure Natural CBD Oil

Cannabidiol is becoming a popular option for holistic treatment usage worldwide. But how do you tell if your cannabidiol is pure natural CBD oil? Keep reading this article to find out!

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound derived from the cannabis plant. CBD oil is from Hemp and contains minimal tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This small amount of THC does not have intoxicating effects or produce a “high” when the CBD complies with the 2018 Farm Bill, which states THC content must be less than 0.3%. Dr. Peace Lily’s products comply with the 2018 Farm Bill and contain less than 0.3% THC.


As CBD becomes popular, this product sells in many places, even your local gas station and hole-in-the-wall stores. Therefore, it is challenging for consumers to determine which CBD brands and products are reliable and beneficial for their health. While there are various company brands in so many places, they may not have pure natural CBD oil, so finding a genuine quality product from a trustworthy brand is essential. Hence, it is necessary to identify high-quality pure natural CBD oil. 


Finding pure natural CBD oil and the right blend may be complex. Right below will be the different types of high-quality CBD. 

  •   Full-spectrum CBD is a product that contains compounds from the cannabis plant, which includes cannabinoids, terpenes, and a small amount of THC. 
  •   Broad-spectrum CBD products contain all the chemicals from cannabis except THC. 
  •  CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD. It does not contain any additional cannabinoids or terpenes.


The benefit of full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD products produce an entourage effect. The entourage effect is a synergistic beneficial effect of different compounds within the CBD. Previous research believed that CBD is more effective when other cannabinoids are present. Isolated products do not have the entourage effect because they only have CBD without cannabis or THC, making them less effective.


How long do the effects of pure natural CBD oil last? 

Using pure natural CBD oil, the bioavailability can vary by product type. The effects can stay between 2-10 hours, depending on how well you consume CBD. It also depends on the person’s metabolism.  

  • Pure natural CBD Oil can last up to 4-6 hours 
  • CBD vegan gummies and capsules can last up to 10 hours 
  • CBD topicals can have long-lasting effects between 8-10 hours


Check the Third-Party Testing Results 


A pure natural CBD oil brand will always provide a third-party label with ingredients. In addition, depending on the company, every product undergoes rigorous and efficient laboratory testing. This testing is critical to ensure the products are contaminant-free and prevent false advertisements and sick consumers. Independent laboratories will complete testing to ensure their pure natural CBD oil is accurately labeled. The testing will show that the product has low levels of THC and impurities with high levels of CBD. That is the goal, so a result from a CBD testing laboratory will prove the product is effective, safe, and healthy. Also, a trustworthy brand will always have test results readily available. The lab results will be on the website or on the product packaging label. Furthermore, look at the ingredients used in the product to determine if it is pure natural CBD oil, gummies, etc. 


Marijuana and agricultural Hemp contain THC, which causes psychoactive effects. These psychoactive effects are the feeling of calmness and body hormonal balance. The Hemp plant has a small amount in this compound, so it is essential to ensure the Hemp is accurately dosed in creating the pure natural CBD oil or product. THC levels should never exceed 0.3% for CBD products. This should be mentioned on the label, website, or testing lab company. Lastly, knowing if the CBD product is USDA-certified organic is essential.


How is pure natural CBD oil manufactured?


As CBD is consistently growing and multiplying in numbers of interest for consumers, no regulation controls the manufacturing process. The process is from CBD from the hemp plant, and different companies adopt different extraction methods. 


The extraction process leads to the highest number of cannabinoids. The second extraction leads to an increased number of cannabinoids which is vital for CO2 extraction. These methods involve using carbon dioxide under high pressure in frigid environments. Some companies might choose the cheaper route to extract pure natural CBD oil. Others, like Dr. Peace Lily, use CO2 to extract CBD, which is expensive but the cleanest extraction method. It is essential to know the company’s production methods. The best extraction and recommended method are processed through ethanol or supercritical/solventless CO2 extraction. These extraction methods should be stated on the website.


Do you know where Hemp is extracted from? 

It is always essential to ensure the quality of anything by knowing where the product has been cultivated. The importance of CBD cultivation is because Hemp is a plant. For example, if the Hemp plant was grown in an area with heavy metals in oil, the oils can have heavy metals by absorption. This causes a safety hazard from the impurities of the heavy metals, thus making this unsafe for consumers. It is essential to look at the location of CBD extracted from U.S.-grown plants since U.S. farmers must be certified by state departments of agriculture. It is vital to research each company thoroughly. This critical information can be accessed on the company’s website or customer service email. Dr. Peace Lily’s owner, Dr. Choudhury, will happily discuss and answer any questions you might have about our products via email so that you can become trusting and comfortable with the CBD products. You can reach out to her on the contact page of our website and send a message.


Have you checked the company’s reputation online? 

 It is always important to check the reputation of the CBD company online. Online reviews of a company or product will show if they are trustworthy. Also, reading the reviews for the product of interest can show if the company and its products are respectable. You should also research and look into the company’s founder and if they have any credibility or credentials in the health/wellness space. Dr. Peace Lily was founded by a healthcare professional specializing in geriatric care and cannabis.



Bottom Line: Dr. Peace Lily CBD products are high quality. 

 Most of the CBD companies on the market are not started by a healthcare provider with passion like Dr. Choudhury. Dr. Peace Lily is a company run by a licensed pharmacist who believes in bridging the communication gap by combining conventional medicine and holistic CBD options for patients. Dr. Peace Lily does not promote smoking marijuana or high feelings. Dr. Choudhury as a pharmacist, still believes in pure products and patient interactions, so it is easy to reach out to her for any concerns and questions on the knowledge, benefits, and products of CBD like the CBD oil.


  This article was written by Dr. Peace Lily Scientific Communications Intern, A’lexxuis Combs, and edited by Dr. Najifa Choudhury, PharmD.



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