There are now a lot of places you can buy CBD from, including large retailers such as Boots, Sainsbury’s and Holland and Barrett which have started to adapt their CBD product portfolio to serve the CBD market. While it’s great to see the CBD market moving in the right direction, it is important to know that many oils offered in retail stores are weak and contain low CBD content, which means that customers might not be able to benefit from those CBD products significantly.
It’s also important to understand the difference between CBD oil and “hemp oil”. Many sellers on Ebay and Amazon sell “hemp oil” products – these products contain no CBD and do not offer customers full transparency of their ingredients. Some CBD brands may also try and sell their products on Amazon and Ebay, marketing the products as “hemp oil” – apart from being against Amazon and Ebay’s policies, in many cases it’s unclear whether these brands have conducted lab tests on the products, meaning customers are not certain what raw materials have been used to manufacture the products.
At Hempoid, we consider it critical that we offer our customers full transparency in our suppliers’ manufacturing process. This can be found on our ‘About‘ page. We also demand our suppliers issue a Certificate of Analysis for every batch that they supply to us, so that we are fully aware of the contents of each product.
We have also had our bottling and packaging process fully approved by food safety officials, who have conducted an on-site inspection to certify that our process is both safe and effective. We achieved the highest standard of safety and process compliance – this demonstrates Hempoid’s emphasi