by Jay Hartenbach
February 5, 2018
Nowadays, CBD products can be sold online rather than just dispensaries. So what should consumers know about accurate CBD labeling? Here are a few tips to keep in mind while buying CBD products online.
Cannabidiol (CBD) Content
Every cannabinoid product label will include information on how much CBD found in each product serving commonly measured in milligrams (mg). What is the potency of the claimed CBD? Does it contain any other ingredients?
Certificate of Analysis
A certificate of analysis (COA) is a company’s product test results from an independent third-party laboratory. These COA identifies the percent of cannabinoids, contaminants, heavy metals, etc.
CBD labels should state the manufacturer of their product. This gives consumers the opportunity to research the company’s reputable history. It’s important to note where the product is produced and if the extraction process complies with any guidelines for quality assurance.
Serving Size Information
Most CBD products will provide information on suggested serving size, servings per unit, and servings per package. This helps give you an idea of the product’s volume and how long it will last.
At Medterra, we strive to bring high quality fully compliant affordable CBD to each and every patient. We guarantee 99% CBD in our products which can be viewed by clicking here for potency. Please email us at [email protected] if you have any other questions!