CBD oil is gaining popularity day by day. However, as their popularity grows, so are their counterfeits. So how do you find fake CBD oil? This blog post outlines some tips to help you differentiate between legitimate CBD oil and counterfeit products. Fake CBD oil is usually sold online.
There are quite a few brands that sell legal CBD oil, but not many more or more brands selling fake CBD products. Do your research to see if the seller you are buying from has a reputable reputation. Avoid any Facebook page or Instagram account that sells products and instead visit the brand’s official website directly.
One of the most common signs of illegal CBD oil is its price. The great thing about CBD oil right now is that it can’t be mass produced yet because demand hasn’t increased enough for mass production to occur on a large scale. This means that popular products like Charlotte’s Web or Mary’s Nutritionals are having a hard time keeping up with the demand for CBD oil. In other words, a reputable company will not sell a product at a lower price than what they pay to produce it.
The packaging of counterfeit CBD products is often very different from the packaging of the original brand. If you can’t find the contact information for the company that sells this product, it’s likely being sold through an illegal source that has not been properly verified by the brand that sells this product. It’s also important to know that legitimate brands will never endorse other websites that sell products at lower prices without changing the quality or ingredients of the product.
If you want to buy CBD oil online, make sure the supplier is reputable and that CBD oil is a popular product. It can be difficult to determine which products are actually legal because everyone seems to be selling them.