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CBD Oil Scams Are On The Rise But Consumers Can Protect Themselves

New Brunswick, NJ - With the enormous popularity of CBD oil products it was inevitable that a variety of consumer pitfalls would emerge. But there are a number of basic buying criteria that can be observed as well as red flags to avoid in order to help buyers select the best CBD oils for sale.

Basic common sense buying criteria are summarized on CBDReVu, a leading CBD products directory that has been popular with consumers since 2017. The directory displays a star based rating system summarizing how the best-known CBD brands stack up against one another see here https://cbdrevu.com/cbdpure-hemp-oil-cbd/

Some of the red flags to be aware of are factors such as (1) the type of extraction method used to extract the CBD from the hemp plant, (2) whether or not the company offers a refund policy and what are the terms of the refund policy, (3) how the pricing compares to other brands, (4) where is the hemp grown, (5) does the brands primary ingredient receive periodic lab testing for purity and authenticity from an independent testing lab, and more.

One of the biggest consumer pitfalls is the marketing of hemp seed oil as CBD oil. Hemp seed oil is not CBD although many hemp oil companies market their products as if they were CBD by making unproven health claims typically associated with CBD advertisements. A good example of this is found on the giant retailer Amazon. There are many overpriced hemp seed oil products marketed as if they are CBD oils that are only hemp seed oils. Hemp seeds do not contain CBD therefore hemp seed oils do not contain CBD. And, many of these hemp seed oils are very expensive. But Amazon does not permit the sale of CBD products so many of these products are just overpriced hemp seed oils. Other consumer red flags include bogus free trial offers, which are usually tricky auto-shipment schemes. Consumers should also be cautious regarding brands that make unproven medical claims. Most of the medical claims typically associated with CBD are not proven and remain speculative therefore they represent a red flag of caution.

A leading cannabidiol ratings and review destination, CBDReVu has become a leading information warehouse for consumers seeking to select high quality CBD products. On CBDReVu consumers can do quick brand comparisons at a glance for most of the top selling CBD products including well-known brands such as CBDPure, NuLeaf Naturals, Garden of Life CBD, Kannaway Pure, Charlotte’s Web CBD, Endoca, Irie CBD, Sensi Seeds, CBD Essence, Receptra Naturals, Bluebird Botanicals, CBD Pure Softgels, Hemp Meds RSHO Real Scientific Hemp Oil, Rick Simpson Oil, Elixinol, Pure Kana, Restorative Botanicals, and more. Many large national retailers are now entering the market with CBD product offerings but are doing so by putting a toe in the water with topical CBD products only. A few are offering ingestible CBD such as Vitamin Shop CBD products where they offer a few ingestible brand choices.

CBDReVu.com advises consumers to always consult with a licensed physician and pharmacist before taking any nutritional supplements including CBD supplements especially for persons on any medications or with underlying medical conditions, or who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

CBDReVu is an A+ Rated Better Business Bureau Accredited informational website founded in 2017 featuring brand profiles of popular CBD products.

About CBDReVu.com

CBDReVu.com is based in New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA and writes about CBD products.

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Company Name: CBD ReVu
Contact Person: Chaz Sanderson
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Phone: 1-929-344-1364
Country: United States
Website: http://cbdrevu.com/



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