The Centre for Medicinal Cannabis reported that in 2019, more than 6 million users in the United Kingdom have used CBD balm, oils, capsules and other products that contain Cannabidiol. The popularity of these products are attributed to its purported efficacy to alleviate certain health reasons.
This growing popularity of CBD products is also attributed to the fact that the use and sales of these products are legal in the UK, as set forth by CBD oil UK law. These regulations include the allowable amount of THC content per product and labelling these products as food supplements that do not have approved therapeutic claims.
CBD producers should also only use high-grade hemp varieties that are produced by countries or licensed growers that are approved by the EU. These sellers should be transparent in where they got the materials they use, and failure to do so can be a red flag that prospective buyers should watch out for. Disregarding these red flags will put these buyers at risk of purchasing sub-standard products that may contain harmful toxins to humans.
Knowing these red flags is important as there are many unlawful entities that want to take advantage of unknowing consumers. Some of these entities make outlandish claims of the miraculous properties that their products are supposed to give their users. But without a product license, it would be unethical and illegal to make such claims.
There are many more red flags that prospective buyers of CBD oils should watch out for. These red flags are discussed in further detail in this very interesting infographic brought to you by Love CBD. It would be wise to get a better understanding of these red flags and avoid being victimized by unlawful sellers.