The location of where the CBD oil is sourced is a great way to learn it’s quality. Many reputable wholesalers source their CBD oil from the US or Europe, where farmers have had years of experience growing hemp. If a wholesaler grows their own hemp, be sure to research their farming practices to confirm that they are performing at or above standard practices.
CO2 extraction: There are several ways to extract CBD oil from hemp. Some methods use harsh chemicals that can be difficult to fully remove from the final product. The highest standard of extraction is CO2 extraction, which can be complicated but is a safe and clean method.
A COA is a report that confirms the levels of CBD, THC, and other compounds in a CBD product. This report will ensure that your customers are receiving a pure product that contains exactly what is on the label. With any supplier, you can send for a third-party test to confirm the purity and potency of the product. (Ask us for Lab Test Reports. )
Although there is research that supports the benefits of CBD, suppliers cannot make medical claims about CBD oil. If a wholesale company makes any health claims about their product, be aware that these claims are not supported by the FDA. The FDA’s disclaimer should be visible on the website.
It is beneficial to know what additional services a wholesale business provides. Services such as drop shipping and private labeling can be to your advantage. (Contact us to find out more.)