Hemp oil has been a trending topic in the media and on social media recently. There are many benefits to taking hemp oil, but there are also some things that you need to know before buying it. In this blog post, we will cover few things that you should think about before making your purchase decision.
- There are many different grades of Hemp oil
Not all hemp oils are created equal. Some companies use harsh chemicals to extract the CBD (cannabidiol) from the plant, while other companies do it using CO² extraction, which is considered a much healthier method for extracting cannabinoids like CBD and terpenes that create many of the benefits associated with taking hemp oil.
For example, one company might harvest their crop early before cannabinoid content has reached its peak to maximize profits. In contrast, another company will allow their plants more time to grow to receive greater cannabinoid levels. The Synchronicity Hemp Oil is extracted using CO², and we believe it’s the best option available on the market.
- Hemp oil has a strong taste
The stronger the flavor of hemp oil, typically, the better quality it is. The more time that elapses between when a plant is harvested and when it is processed into oils usually means there are higher levels of terpenes remaining from cannabinoid extraction, which results in a much fresher tasting product.
Hemp oils with high amounts of cannabinoids have been known to help improve bad breath as well. If you’re looking for an oil that doesn’t have any kind of flavor, then go for something that uses CO² extraction so your body can absorb all those wonderful things without being subjected to harsh chemicals used during processing.
- Hemp oil is a significant investment
The cost of hemp oils typically ranges from $20-100 per ounce. Hemp oil can be used for cooking, topically on the skin, and even ingested in some cases if you have a health care professional who recommends it to help improve your overall quality of life.
- Hemp oil is a dietary supplement
Hemp oil isn’t just something that can be used for cooking or topical applications, and it’s also considered a dietary supplement by many companies, which means they do not have to adhere to the same manufacturing regulations as other drug products.
Please don’t be afraid or intimidated by this new trend, but rather embrace it so you can help those who suffer from chronic pain conditions like arthritis and osteoporosis, which is one of the most common reasons why people take CBD to feel better.