First, consumer choice must be informed. Buying something at the gas station is not at all safe. He told me a story about being asked why one product with more CBD than another cost less. He knew right away, the person was shopping at a gas station.
I cringe when I hear stories like this because not all products are created equal, and some could be just bad for you. Buyer beware! Do your homework and learn how to buy CBD products.
In Brian’s words, “Buy quality, tested CBD products from a company you trust. Don’t buy CBD in a gas station!”
Next up, another important part of making CBD part of your health and wellness routine is to know your own therapeutic dose, because it is different for everyone. And that starts with knowing why you want to add CBD to your routine.
Once you know that, you can experiment to find the right form and amount of CBD product you need to take to achieve the benefits and effects you expect. But, as Brian noted, it is important to be consistent with using the CBD products for at least three weeks. Then see how you feel.
After talking with Brian, he offered full disclosure that not all of his products come from the farm, and that is understandable since the law only changed last year. His initial offering direct to consumers is hemp flower and pre-rolls.