How To Make Sure You Are Buying Quality CBDs That Work

Selecting the right hemp CBD products for your everyday wellness needs doesn’t have to be a time-consuming process. It’s important to know what to look for when shopping around for CBD oil, whether you prefer to buy your CBDs online or in-store. Here are some key factors you should take into consideration in order to find quality CBDs that deliver the results you expect, not a mere placebo benefit.

Independent Lab Testing

This is a crucial factor, so make sure you are buying only CBD oil supplements that are third-party lab tested for everything, including the product’s cannabinoid profile and THC levels, microbial growth, pesticides, heavy metals, and more. The results of these comprehensive tests for safety, purity, and effectiveness are accessible to everyone who wants to read them online when you choose to buy CBDs from a trusted, U.S. Hemp Authority-certified CBD brand like Vitagenne, that adheres to the hemp industry standards.

THC-Free CBD Oil Supplements

A safe CBD product is one with no detectable traces of the cannabinoid THC ( i.e. THC-free), as shown by the test results ( less than 0.3% THC). This is the only cannabinoid in the hemp plant with psychoactive effects, so make sure to buy only THC-free CBD products. The level of THC is also what differentiates hemp from marijuana ( the latter contains more than 0.3% THC).

Full-Spectrum CBD Oil Formulas

These supplements deliver the synergistic effects of all 100+ cannabinoids minus THC, as well as other naturally occurring and beneficial compounds in the hemp plant such as terpenes, flavonoids, and more. These compounds work synergically to enhance the effects of the main cannabinoid CBD.

US-Grown Hemp

With hemp grown overseas, the risk of contamination with different toxic chemicals in the soil such as heavy metals, nitrates, pesticides, solvents, etc. is considerably higher. Make sure to buy CBDs based on pure hemp oil extracted from phytocannabinoid-rich hemp grown at hemp farms in the US.

If you’re ready to embark on your much-anticipated CBD journey and start using the finest quality, pure and safe, THC-free full-spectrum CBD oil supplements for your wellness’ sake, be sure to check out Vitagenne’s impressive selection of hemp CBDs that also smell great ( no hemp smell) and taste great. You can conveniently order the right CBDs for you and your family online, directly from vitagenne.com, at the best prices in the marketplace, while benefitting from free shipping on … Read the rest

What You Should Look For In Body Jewelry

Jewelry of any kind has become so globalized at this point. You have the low-priced wholesale jewelry that is becoming increasingly more popular. The question is: How can you find high-quality body jewelry from a place that is a little more discerning from the rest?

That answer to the question is more than just doing a simple Google search on where to buy body jewelry, and then click “submit”. You have to show a little discretion when trying to find high-quality body jewelry.

1. Is It Pre-Sterilized?

A high-quality shop is going to have jewelry and instruments(if you are getting a piercing) already sterilized and ready to use.

The jewelry needs to be clean, especially when you decide to get the piercing first and buy the body jewelry later. The skin needs time to heal if you are going to put something inside. That goes for people who have already had the piercing too.

High-quality body jewelry is not going to harm or infect the person once it is in. That is the difference between high and low-quality jewelry. It is similar to buying a necklace(that you think is genuine) and come to find that it leaves you with nothing but green spots on your neck.

Non-sterilized body jewelry is a red flag that you should look elsewhere. It is the same as not going to bed with a guy who has crabs and you do not have protection(FYI: We do not recommend you do that-Hashtag: Just Saying-LOL). Someone is going to get hurt. The same goes for those who want to buy online. Send the link over to a jewelry expert who can advise you on what to do(or not to do).

2. The Implant-Grade Exception

Implant testing means that the jewelry has been tested in another person’s body and has passed. The grading also has been high-quality for a period. Lower-quality jewelry is not tested. They just place it on the market hoping that no one is going to know.

Implant-grade testing will also reduce the irritation and allergic reactions the skin sometimes gives off. Remember that green spot on your neck that I mentioned before? That is an allergic reaction. That is a sign that something is wrong.

3. Using Nickel

Do you know that nickel allergies are quite common in many people? Nickel has toxicity that makes people allergic, and sometimes sick. Many countries(through … Read the rest