quality matters in CBD

Why Quality Matters In CBD

Have you’ve been considering taking cannabidiol (CBD) to ease symptoms of chronic pain, anxiety, or any other conditions? We know reading and understanding quality matters in CBD product labels can be overwhelming, especially if you’re new to CBD.

Understanding CBD product labels is made even more complicated by the fact that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hasn’t approved any non-prescription CBD products. 

Instead, it’s up to you, the consumer, to do your research or rely on third-party testing to determine if the quality matters in CBD product is legit or not, and what exactly is in it. 

CBD has shown to have many benefits, from easing chronic pain to reducing epileptic seizures that resist other forms of treatment. At Nass Valley, we always look for scientific studies that talk about the benefits, limitations, and even the side effects of CBD. Unfortunately, not all sites are so honest. 

Poor quality products and misleading labeling have also been a problem for CBD buyers. In 2013, after Tamar Wise quit as Head of Science for Dixie Botanicals, she unloaded her grievances about her former employer and the industry as a whole on her social media page. She said, “CBD-based products are made from ‘crude and dirty hemp paste, which is contaminated with microbial life, residual solvents, and other toxins.”

Quality CBD

Just like hemp; toxins and impurities have been found in legal, recreational, and medicinal cannabis as well, occasionally putting the health of the consumers at risk. 

When NBC reporters tested cannabis sold by legal dispensaries in the southern half of California in February 2017, they found that 93% showed pesticide levels above the legal maximum set by other states with legal forms of cannabis. Although California isn’t expected to set guidelines for pesticide use until the end of the year, the NBC report forced dispensaries to pull the contaminated products from their shelves. 

Hemp is a plant with many miraculous qualities that make it a great substitute for both cotton and a potential treatment for insomnia. At the same time, just because a product is ‘natural’ doesn’t automatically make it better or safer. With all products, but with hemp, in particular, it remains up to the consumer to educate themselves about the best available choices before they buy any CBD product, rather than believe all the claims they read online. 

Quality Matters in CBD Industry

Quality matters in CBD. There are no two ways about it!

Think about it for a moment. If you buy CBD from a gas station, you don’t really know what you’re getting into, do you? Sure, the CBD bottle may claim to have the strength that you are looking for, but what is actually in the bottle? You would hope that it is pure and high-quality matters in CBD, but is it really? How was it grown? Where was the hemp processed? Does it contain THC? Does it contain any unwanted chemicals or pesticides?

These are all important questions to ask because let’s face it; you are putting this product into your body. Just like you would with any other supplement, you will either ingest CBD or use it as a topical ointment – which means that your body is absorbing it. So if there are harmful chemicals, solvents, pesticides used in the growth or production of the product, then you are ingesting those, as well as the CBD itself. 

In addition, some CBD products do contain trace amounts of THC. By law, CBD must have 0.3% THC or less. And while that is not enough THC to result in a psychotropic effect, it can still register on a drug test. So, if you have occupational, religious, or any other reasons that you don’t want to ingest THC, you need to make sure that the CBD you take doesn’t contain any THC at all – not even the most minuscule amount.


What sets Nass Valley CBD products apart?

Our process

At Nass Valley, every step of the process that our CBD oil goes through is focused on two words – good quality. All of our phytocannabinoid-rich hemps is grown in fertile U.S. soil without the use of pesticides. From there, the oil is processed without the use of harmful chemicals or solvents. During this process, all traces of THC are removed. This means that all of our products (our tinctures, soft-gels, gummies, topical lotions, and even our pet treats) are of the highest quality matters in CBD available on the market today. 

Third-party laboratory testing

Most importantly, all of our products are third-party laboratory tested for quality. That’s correct, all of our CBD products are tested by a third-party laboratory to ensure that our stringent, high-quality standards are met. You just cannot get that from a gas station CBD line. 

In addition, all of our products are assigned a batch number that can be easily used to locate our third-party lab reports confirming that our CBD meets the strictest of quality standards. 

Are you ready to experience the quality of Nass Valley Product for yourself?      Sure, you have a lot of options out there. But when it comes down to it, do you really want to roll the dice with a supplement that you are ingesting? Quality does matter, and we at Nass Valley believe you deserve only the very best in your quest for better health. 

Contact us today with any questions you might have. We are always here to assist you in understanding your options and selecting the perfect product for your needs. If you’ve already decided on the most suitable option, feel free to shop with us online and see all that we have to offer. 

There’s no time like right now to start feeling your absolute best. And with the quality CBD products at Nass Valley, you can start feeling like your best self, today! We are dedicated to distributing high-quality and innovative CBD products and we’d be honored to join you on your journey to elevate life as a whole with our safe, natural, and healthy products. Take advantage of our biggest, end-of-year sale and save up to 40% off on CBD products across the store! We even offer free shipping on orders over $100.

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