Why CBD Oil Potency Should Be Priority

Why CBD Oil Potency Should Be Priority

It is clear that the CBD market is thriving, and with the way things are going, it is only expected to get even bigger. In fact, many analysts are predicting that the industry could reach upwards of $20 billion by 2024, which is huge for any industry type. While many consumers are just fascinated that they can legally use a cannabis product, most of them are taking an interest in the health benefits CBD has to offer. Unfortunately, the industry is still new, despite its rapid growth rate, and that means it lacks standardization and regulation. This makes the buying process for consumers very tough.

"What product should I buy, what product is the best, which will help me the most" are all questions consumers are asking, and there are thousands of businesses claiming to be the answer.

You can scour the web and find thousands upon thousands of brands and products that will indicate it is undeniably the best. We hate to bring bad news but most of them aren't and they don't have the answer you're looking for. What it all comes down to, in the end, is the strength of CBD oil or CBD edibles, whichever you choose to use. Because at the end of the day, you don't buy this CBD oil just to take it for the hopes of reducing your ailments, you're taking it to eliminate these ailments. There isn't hope you're after, it is results that you are after, right?

The only thing that can determine the effects of CBD oil is the potency. And, as unfortunate as it is, what is printed on the bottle can be very misleading. What you see on the product label determines the amount of CBD that is in the CBD oil tincture, right? Though it signifies the milligram of Cannabidiol (CBD), it doesn't necessarily tell you the potency.

CBD Isolate is recognized as the strongest form of CBD on the market and 99% pure, whereas a Broad-Spectrum CBD isn't as pure and contains a wide range of cannabinoids without THC. Full-Spectrum CBD, on the other hand, contains all of the plant's cannabinoids, including THC. The purity matters most, although a full-spectrum or broad-spectrum is often preferred because of the benefits other cannabinoids offer.

Determining Strength

The strength of CBD oil can vary based on whether it is an Isolate, Full-Spectrum, or Broad-Spectrum. In reality, you can have two bottles of CBD oil, both containing 30ML of CBD oil, and they could be completely different from one another as far as the concentrations since there isn't standard measurement within the industry.

Some brands list the percentage by volume on the bottle, while others list purity. Although this is great information on helping us decide which is better or which has more milligrams of CBD, it doesn't tell you how potent the CBD is by volume. Even knowing the milligrams of CBD in the bottle isn't the best indicator to help you determine which CBD oil is the best, because it doesn't tell you the exact potency since there isn't any industry standard to measure the potency.

Look at it like this: one CBD gummy from Brand A versus another CBD gummy from Brand B. Both gummies contain 10mg of CBD as printed on the packaging. However, you may notice one works better than the other or feels more potent. This comes down to how the gummy was made, the potency of the CBD, and whether it uses a CBD Isolate, Full-Spectrum, or Broad-Spectrum. Then you also have to factor in the difference in our body's metabolism. What works for one person may be completely ineffective someone else.

What Is Considered High Potency

What some consider a 'high potency' is a bottle of oil with 50 milligrams per milliliter, according to the Weedmaps Ph.D. advisor. In order to get this high potency bottle of CBD oil, you'll pay between $100 to $175 for a 30ml bottle. What makes things even more confusing is that no matter how much CBD you take, you may not get the same results as what a full-spectrum or broad-spectrum CBD may offer. Many experts have shared that in order to bind the cell receptors of the "ECS" (Endocannabinoid System), CBD will need some THC. The good news for you is that they say a little THC can go a long way.

Conclusion

The milligrams of CBD in a bottle of CBD oil or in a CBD gummy shouldn't always be the determining factor of your purchase. The potency, aside from the number of milligrams listed, should. Since there is no real way to tell you the potency, other than sharing the milligrams of CBD in the bottle, it is recommended that you simply go by the way you feel and the results you gain from the product. Because again, at the end of the day, we're not going for hopes, we're going for real results and the only one that can determine that is you.

Do not fall for the unbelievable prices on CBD both in your area and online, and do not expect the most expensive CBD product to be the cure for all of your ailments. What we recommend is trying various products and experiencing for yourself firsthand what works best for you.

To give you a really good example of the potency in products, our JustCBD Gummies are our best sellers. We have a variety of other gummies from other brands, yet people continue to choose the JustCBD brand. The reason why, and we've experienced this ourselves too, is that JustCBD is more potent than many others, even when comparing a 10mg gummy to a 10mg gummy. If you are using a CBD oil or using CBD edibles from another business, brand or store and aren't truly feeling a difference, you are doing yourself a disservice. Visit PRYME CBD and find products that potent, effective, and deliver real results.


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