CBD Myth Busting
There are a lot of misconceptions and myths out there about CBD. I’ve addressed a few before but I wanted to touch on some more today. The industry is full of companies who are willing to make all sorts of claims and sell all sorts of products with varying degrees of quality. I wanted Nature’s Ultra to be different from these companies which is why I always want to be as transparent as possible.
The products Nature’s Ultra offers are thoroughly tested to make sure they not only meet industry standards, but they meet Young Living’s Seed to Seal standard as well. What this means is that we ensure our CBD is not contaminated with heavy metals, pesticides, or solvents and that there is 0.0% THC. We test every batch then post the quality assurance reports online for you to see. I can confidently say that Nature’s Ultra has the most unique, potent, and pure CBD on the market because of the essential oils we use and the steps we take to ensure our products quality.
CBD can be very good for many people. There are many studies out there that tout the effects of CBD on the body. That said CBD is not a miracle cure and shouldn’t be treated as such. I want to provide a quality product, but I also want to set realistic expectations. Everyone is different and I understand that our products aren’t for everyone. But I am constantly looking to expand our product options and look for more ways to incorporate CBD into everyone’s wellness routine.
If any company makes unsubstantiated claims or uses questionable methods to make and sell their CBD products, it’s probably best if you don’t use their CBD. And be sure to check what’s in the CBD you use. While no one wants harsh chemicals or pesticides in their CBD, another thing to consider is the amount of THC. It’s federally legal to have 0.3% THC in CBD, but if that’s not what you want, be sure to double check the label.
CBD Language and Legal Landscape
The legal landscape for CBD is always changing, that’s why you’ll see our position and language change. It’s not because we aren’t taking a stance or that we are flip flopping. Instead, we make sure we’re in line with current regulations so that we can be in good standing with the law.
I understand this can cause some confusion. Originally, Nature’s Ultra labels included the directions to take the product internally but that has since changed. Nothing has changed about the product and it is perfectly safe. Instead it’s the rules surrounding CBD that have changed and they will likely change again. Until the federal and state governments are on the same page about CBD, you’ll likely see some discrepancies in past and current messaging. Just know that Nature’s Ultra will always strive to be compliant to ensure its longevity and the success of the industry as a whole.
If you see other companies out there on the market directing customers to ingest CBD, know that they do so at their own risk. I don’t want to take unnecessary risks, because I want Nature’s Ultra CBD to be around for a long time.
I hope this cleared up some confusion, but if you still have questions feel free to message me anytime.
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