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Hemp Seed Oil Is Not CBD Oil But Tricky Marketing Fuels Consumer Confusion

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / December 12, 2018 / There is a lot of understandable confusion for consumers when shopping for pure CBD oil products, especially when shopping at retailers such as Amazon or Whole Foods since neither of these retail giants currently allow the sale of CBD oil products. These retail powerhouses do sell a variety of hemp seed oils but hemp seeds contain little or no CBD although the marketing for many hemp seed oils often implies otherwise, see here https://cbdrevu.com/hemp-extract-oil-sold-on-amazon-is-not-cbd-oil/

As the sales of CBD oil products continue to grow, more and more local retailers including local drug stores often carry a brand or two of CBD. But, for many shoppers the preferred method of shopping for CBD is online where consumers can evaluate many different brand offerings. On CBD ReVu, a leading CBD information hub, consumers are able to compare most of the top-selling CBD brands side by side. CBD ReVu also has a star ratings system where products are rated based on basic buying criteria such as; whether or not the product ingredients are tested for purity and authenticity by independent testing labs, the type of extraction method used to obtain the CBD oil, whether or not the product has added ingredients, what is the refund/return policy, and more. The information use to formulate the ratings is primarily obtained from the brand's website. One of the top-rated 5 star CBD brands can be seen here https://cbdrevu.com/cbdpure-hemp-oil-cbd/

The differences between CBD oil and hemp seed oil are substantial. Hemp seed oil is often labeled hemp oil or hemp extract oil. For the inexperienced consumer it can be easy to confuse them. It is worthwhile for consumers to take the time to do some research since many hemp seed oil products are very expensive. At best, there are only tiny amounts of CBD, if any, present. Hemp seed oil is frequently used for cooking, skin-care products and bio-fuels much like corn oil or other vegetable oils.

CBDRevu publishes brand profiles for such popular brands as CBDPure Softgel Capsules, NuLeaf Naturals, Kannaway Pure CBD, Restorative Botanicals, Receptra Naturals, Charlotte's Web CBD, Endoca Hemp Oil, CBD Essence, Irie CBD, HempMeds RSHO Real Scientific Hemp Oil, Elixinol, Bluebird Botanicals, Sensi Seeds, Rick Simpson Oil, and more. CBDReVu offers advertising opportunities to firms in the CBD and marijuana related industries.

CBDReVu is an advertising supported information website featuring brand profiles of popular pure CBD offerings.

Contact:

Chaz Sanderson
support@cbdrevu.com
1-929-344-1364

SOURCE: CBDReVu.com



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