6 Tips on Buying CBD Products

6 Tips on Buying CBD Products

Yes, there’s CBD everywhere you look- in retail stores, online, at your pet store, and maybe in your smoothie shops. If it’s not yet, it will be very soon. So what’s the deal with buying this stuff? And what do you need to know? Here are six tips on buying CBD products.

1. There are two different kinds of CBD- cannabis and hemp. They both occur naturally but don’t have the same effects. So know which one you want to use before diving into the market!

2. CBD is readily available everywhere…Hemp CBD is readily available everywhere. You can order it online and buy it everywhere without any risk. Cannabis CBD is only available in legal the eight recreational and the 30 medicinal cannabis states. However cannabis CBD is not available online and cannot be shipping to you. Shop local y’all.

3. The CBD of choosing should be tested for potency, pesticides, and mold. Moreover the CBD company should be able to prove it! It maybe indicated on the product packaging. If not, ASK! Don’t be afraid! Get your money’s worth!

4. Where you source your CDB is super important to ensure that when you find the one that works best for you, you can continue to get your hands on it! Find a reputable dispensary, delivery service, and/or supplier of your CBD!

5. Sometime this isn’t possible if your shopping online or if products are sealed but the best indicator is the color the product. If you are buying oil, it should be golden- not green or clear. Check it out!

6. And remembering all of the above isn’t easy. Write it down! Coming soon-Welcoming Weed will be creating dosing journals. Make sure to join our email list for notification of availability.

Now you’re all ready to get CBD shopping! Enjoy it! If you find any products you love, let us know in the comments! Would love to know what you’re finding out there!

This Post Has 21 Comments

  1. Pam

    Very interesting – I’ve been hearing a lot about CBD oil lately and even have a few friends who are using it with excellent pain relief results. Great tips.

  2. Dawnmarie

    You are right. It does seem to be everywhere. People are pushingnit on Facebook amd on Instagram, too. It would be interesting tio see more about the science behind the oils.

  3. This is wonderful and very helpful. Thank you. I feel more empowered now because my oil is clear and was shipped to me. So now I know I need to do more research. Thank you again for such great information.

  4. Melissa

    Interesting read… never really knew the difference with so many things to consider.

  5. Nikki

    Great Information. I use it for pain in my hands for a form of arthritis that I have and I NEVER go anywhere without it because I’ve tried everything over the years and nothing works as well as CBD oil

  6. Katie

    Everyone of your articles teaches me something new! I had no idea there was so much to all this!

  7. T.M. Brown

    There certainly is a lot of information to process on this topic.

  8. Kristi Ann

    Great information! Wonder when all of this will make it’s way to SC!

  9. Michele Vadnais

    We have been researching CBD because my husband has degenerative disks that cause much pain. Thanks for giving us more to think about and questions to ask.

  10. Jennifer

    Yes, I have noticed it seems to be everywhere as well. It seems to be growing in use, but still quite controversial.

  11. Christa

    I’m learning so much! I never really knew (or thought) about the differences. Keeping track of what works is a great idea.

  12. Tina

    Thank you for this information! I have been weighing selling Hemp CBD oil on my site because it’s so beneficial for people to use and I advocate doing natural rather than pharmaceutical whenever possible – save the drugs for the big problems, IMO. But there are so many out there – good info to help evaluate them.

  13. Monica

    Lots of interesting information. We can’t have any forms of drugs due to our line of work, but it can help so many people. Thanks for educating!

  14. Kat

    It’s so important to know what you are doing buying CBD. This is a great guide.

  15. Dominique

    Thank you for the tips! It’s good to know what to look out for.

  16. Trish

    #5 on your CBD information. I think this is misleading on the color part. Gold just means it’s been decarbed to get a higher CBD content.. The waxes and chlorophyll have been taken out giving it the golden color. Raw form of CBD is darker in color due to those other natural materials in the plant. When you have a CBD isolate and mix with coconut oil it will be clear.

    1. WelcomingWeed

      Hi Trish! Thanks for helping to clarify. Yes raw form CBD is darker. And certainly when mixed with coconut oil or anything is will change color. Thanks!

  17. Riley

    Great article.
    From Holland

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