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The truth about buying legal CBD Oil online

(Updated 07/16/17)

Heard about “legal” CBD oil (Cannabidiol), available online but don’t know the facts about these claims? This article will get you completely up to date and then you can make an informed decision on whether CBD therapy is right for you… and available in your state.

Legal CBD oil derived from hemp

Basically, CBD or (Cannabidiol) as it is known is extracted from the Cannabis plant, from both marijuana and hemp. But, the difference is that CBD from marijuana contains illegal amounts of THC and is illegal in most states. While CBD derived from hemp is legal in all 50 states because of its low, under the illegal limit, THC content. In addition, under the 2014 Farm Bill, legally growing hemp and hemp products in the US was granted as long as it is being grown under a State Department of Agriculture Program and meets all legal requirements.

Prior to the 2014 Farm Bill, Hemp imported from outside the US was always looked at as the “legal” form, but the laws were still kind of gray in this area, and still are, in regards to imported Hemp. However, the majority of the legal counsel we spoke with said that since the 2014 Farm Bill was signed, US hemp grown under a State Department of Agriculture Program is not subject to the same gray areas as imported hemp products, and therefore are the best choice for a consumer, and if you want to learn more about how USA grown Hemp CBD seems to be helping thousands of people just check out this Maximum Lifestyles article HERE.

So, the good news is that as of right now you can get legally grown and extracted CBD derived from hemp delivered to your door in all 50 states. But…where do you get quality legal CBD from Hemp online and what is the cost and procedure?

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How to get it online

There are many companies online that you can order from and ordering is as easy as any other online shopping. You’ll want to choose a company, peruse their products and offers and add the items to your shopping cart and “checkout” just as we did, as the basic buying process will be very familiar to your other online shopping experiences.

But, there are some basic guidelines you will want to follow in order to get the best quality CBD oil at the very best pricing and we summarize these here…

  • Does the company use USA purpose grown Hemp plants? This is important as we do not recommend “inferior” industrial hemp and imported hemp/CBD for this purpose.
  • Does the company offer a Guarantee? This should be a 30-day money-back guarantee if you want to return unused (unopened) product.
  • Does the company have a Toll-Free customer support number where you can order over the phone if you like… and/or, get additional information?
  • Does the company provide “Cost per milligram of CBD” in its pricing? This is very important to getting the best pricing as many companies will mention “percentage” of CBD…But, what really matters is how much you are paying per Milligram… Under 20 cents per milligram for high-quality CBD is your goal. Do the math when ordering and divide the price by the milligrams offered. Example: $40 for 250 milligrams of CBD Tincture = 16 cents per milligram, etc.
  • Does the company have negative entries online and/or complaints from multiple people? You may want to shy away if you see this.
  • Does the company use USPS tracking and insured delivery to your door?

That’s it, follow these simple guidelines and our research shows you will get a very high-quality CBD oil at a great price and this can be very beneficial as you have most likely already learned. In addition…You can check out this article on the popular CBD companies we reviewed HERE.

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