Many people who try CBD oil for the first time make the initial assumption that stronger must be better.
However, this is rarely the case, as every individual responds differently to CBD, and with gradual experimentation it is possible to identify the strength and strain of CBD oil that is most beneficial for your uses.
CBD Oils vary widely in strength, which is usually measured in milligrams (mg) relative to the millilitres (ml) of oil it is suspended in.
Not only do products vary in strength, but also in the strain of the cannabis plant from which it was extracted.
The question we ought to be asking is how to find the highest quality CBD oil, rather than just the strongest.
When looking around online there are products that have very high concentrations of CBD, but many of them have significant red flags in terms of quality, whether that is the use of pesticides and herbicides in the farming stage, or the use of harsh solvents to extract the CBD from the plant.
One thing many high-concentration CBD oils have in common is that they are imported from overseas, meaning they may not necessarily meet the levels of quality required to be classed as safe food grade products in the United Kingdom.
The CBD Brothers became the first supplement company in the UK to be granted a licence to grow full spectrum cannabis for the production of CBD on the nearby island of Guernsey.