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CBD is not well regulated, so it is important to carefully inspect CBD oil labels to ensure you get a high quality product. Check the label to find out how much CBD is in the product, which should be listed on the front in milligrams. To find out how much CBD is in each serving, simply divide the total number of milligrams by the number of servings on the back of the label. You can also check the label to see how much THC is in the CBD oil. If there is less than 0.3 percent THC, the CBD oil does not cause a high feeling. If there is over 0.6 percent THC, CBD oil may be illegal depending on where you live. CBD oil labeled as "full spectrum" contains other cannabis compounds in addition to CBD, and it may have THC in it. If an oil is labeled as an "isolate" it means that it is pure CBD oil without other compounds. Also check the label to see how the CBD oil was extracted. CBD oil extracted with CO2 or ethanol is usually safe to use, but you should avoid CBD oils that use other extraction methods or that do not specify an extraction method as they may contain harmful contaminants. Use the batch number or QR code printed on the label to look up the lab reports for CBD oil to verify that it has been tested by a third party. If it has not been tested, or if there is no lot number or QR code, the CBD oil is probably of low quality.
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