It would be interesting to note that a considerable number of adults in the United Kingdom have used CBD-containing products, most of which are due to a wide variety of health reasons. In 2019, this number went up as high as 11% of adults aged between 25 and 49 years of age. This is a good indication that CBD capsules, oils and balms have grown to tremendous popularity among these residents.
If one will say that those interested in such products are in these older age range, they will be wrong as reports also indicate that even UK residents aged between 18 to 24 have also used CBD products at one time or another. Most of these users purchase their products from authorised sellers or from a reputable CBD oil shop.
But how will these consumers know that the seller or shop they are dealing with are legit and are selling quality CBD products. One good indication is the store’s willingness to show or share third-party lab results to the public for verification. Buyers should treat it as a red flag if the store they are planning to buy CBD oils and other products from is not willing to share such results or they don’t have any such test or reports to show.
As consumers, it is important to have a good understanding of theses CBD oil red flags. There are many unlawful elements out there trying to swindle people of their hard-earned money by selling substandard products or products that have not passed any testing at all. An infographic from Love CBD provides a good reference on how you can identify these red flags. As a prospective buyer it would be great to have an understanding of these.