Pure CBD Oil Capsules Sourced From Organic Hemp Led Sales In February
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / February 26, 2019 / A pureCBD oil brand sold in both capsule form as well as in a concentrated oil form topped sales in February according to a popular CBD products directory see here https://cbdrevu.com/cbdpure-hemp-oil-cbd/.
CBD sales have grown steadily over the past few years and are projected to continue to climb, according to a number of industry watchers. Relaxed hemp regulations combined with rising consumer interest has some industry watchers predicting the CBD market could reach over $20 billion by 2022 and could outpace marijuana sales. CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of over 100 cannabinoids present in both hemp and marijuana. Most of the best CBD oil products sold in the United States are sourced from industrial hemp. Hemp has minimal amounts of THC, the compound present in marijuana that produces a psychoactive response or marijuana ‘high’. CBD does not produce a marijuana type high but has become popular with consumers based on perceived health related benefits, many of which are unproven.
Just a few years ago CBD was much more controversial than it is today. In it’s early days of popularity there were questions as to its’ legality but in most jurisdictions the controversies have subsided somewhat. Although most CBD sales likely take place online, more and more CBD offerings can be found in a number of health food stores, local pharmacies, cosmetic counters and in other retail establishments. But selecting authentic CBD products can be a minefield for consumers.
The leading CBD product directory CBDReVu has become a recognized resource for CBD information and is used as an information-clearing house for facts about CBD products. Consumers use CBDReVu to do side-by-side comparisons of various well-known CBD products. The review site presents comparisons of CBD brands based on basic buying criteria from information presented on company websites and product labeling. Such factors as whether of not a brand subjects its’ product to independent lab analysis is one of the factors examined. One of the issues plaguing the CBD industry as well as the nutritional supplements industry in general is the issue of what is actually contained in these products and whether of not the product contains what it purports to contain as well as whether or not it does so in the quantities stated on the product’s label. CBDReVu reminds consumers that hemp oils and hemp powders sold in supermarkets and on Amazon are seed oils and not CBD oils. They are made mostly from hemp seeds and should not be expected to contain much, if any actual CBD. Products labeled as hemp oil or hemp seed oil generally contain no CBD, unless the label specifically states that it does.
CBDReVu has carved out a niche as a favorite informational portal for CBD shoppers. Consumers compare brand profiles for most of the top selling CBD products including well-known brands such as CBDPure, NuLeaf Naturals, Green Gorilla, Kannaway Pure, Charlotte’sWeb CBD, Endoca, Irie CBD, Sensi Seeds, CBD Essence, Receptra Naturals, Bluebird Botanicals, Hemp Meds RSHO Real Scientific Hemp Oil, Rick Simpson Oil, Elixinol, Restorative Botanicals and more. New pending reviews and ratings include PureKana CBD, Lord Jones CBD, Green Roads CBD, Hemplucid, Mary’s Nutritionals and others.
CBDReVu offers advertising opportunities to firms in the CBD and marijuana related industries. CBDReVu is not a store and does not sell products, but is an informational website featuring brand profiles of popular pure CBD offerings.