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Gas Station, Liquor Store… CBD… Nah!

I have seen a few CBD labeled products at local corner stores. I have also seen these CBD labeled products at gas stations and liquor stores as well. I am intentionally saying CBD labeled-products to make the distinction we have no clue what is in these packages.

I see these “male enhancement” sex pills at gas stations and think I am not popping a pill for my dick for my dick that is on the shelf next to blunts and cigarrettes. That is me though as I see dudes being that shit a lot. The issue again is how do you know what is in the package? As medical marijuana it reminds us “CBD has proven itself to be beneficial by supporting the body’s endocannabinoid system. There is simply no denying that CBD oil is one of the most revolutionary substances in the health and wellness space today”.

We are not denying the benefits of CBD… We are questioning the plethora of CBD products in an unregulated market. The Federal Drug Administration released this statement according to; the “FDA recognizes the potential opportunities that cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds may offer and acknowledges the significant interest in these possibilities. However, FDA is aware that some companies are marketing products containing cannabis and cannabis-derived compounds in ways that violate the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) and that may put the health and safety of consumers at risk.

The CBD sitting on the shelf at the gas station may contain the highest quality cannabis source. The CBD at the gas station may have been produced under toxic conditions with toxic ingredients. The CBD sitting on the shelf at the gas station may not have any CBD or cannabis elements in it at all… How is one to know?

Well, with the passage of the 2018 Farm bill it is now fully legal to commercially cultivate hemp in the United States. Other countries have been allowing such production. First I would want to know where my CBD oil was produced. Secondly, I would want to know how it was produced. Was a clean solvent like CO2 used in the extraction process?

Another roll of the dice consumers may take when buying gas station CBD gummies or inexpensive CBD oils, is the accuracy of dosage on labels. Again, the FDA does not regulate, analyze, nor evaluate CBD products. I appreciate Select Co-Op to the fullest! I know the compounds and extracts offered are of top quality from reputable brands!

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