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CBD Oil: Is It a Hype And a Scam?
01 June 2019 @ 15:44

Before you start taking any type of supplement you should look into its health benefits. Most people take a supplier's word for it, but most of the time, suppliers or sellers are only after your hard earned cash. In fact, they are prepared to say almost anything to achieve a sale.  

Nothing could be truer when it comes to CBD oil. Sellers of CBD oil, internet-based or shop based, are making the most outrageous claims when it comes to the health benefits of CBD oil. If you were to believe everything that has been claimed about CBD oil, you would have thought you are buying some sort of magical cure all.

CBD Oil Is A Remedy Not a Cure-All

Very little research has taken place into CBD. In fact, it is only one of 113 active ingredients in Cannabis Sativa. There is an increasing amount of evidence which suggests CBD is not effective as a stand-alone remedy, you will need one or more of the other active compounds in Cannabis to make CBD effective.

Manufacturing standards of CBD vary a great deal. Many who are new to CBD as a supplement are confused by the percentage of the supplement. CBD is sold in percentages of 3%, 5%, 10 % or 15 %. What does this mean? Is the product raw or diluted? Most of the time the product is sold diluted, but it can be hard to prove how much it has been diluted.

Maybe you should actually, ask yourself what you are buying in the first place. Normally supplements and herbal remedies are sold in milligrams just like conventional medication.

Omega 3 Fish Oil Vs CBD Oil

The active ingredient in CBD oil is claimed to be cannabidiol. But, you also need to know it contains short chained Omega 3 essential fatty acids. In other words, similar healthy fats you can find in Omega 3 fish oil. Depending on how many milligrams CBD oil contains, fish oil is probably just as good for you. It may even be better as it has been tested in laboratories and we know how many milligrams it contains. It is also worthwhile to point out Omega 3 fish oil is a lot cheaper.

In other words, it may be a good idea to take all of those fantastic claims with a pinch of salt, and find out more about CBD oil before you decide it is the right supplement for you.

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