Best CBD Isolate
Best for Beginners
Updated on August 6, 2021 – Written by Healthcanal Staff
Medically reviewed by Kimberly Langdon, MD
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When it comes to choosing CBD products, there are many options available. Not only do you need to decide what kind of product you want, but you also need to decide what form of CBD is the best option for you. After making these decisions, you’ll want to do your research to find reputable companies that offer pure and potent CBD products.
The Lineup At A Glance
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CBD oil is one of the most popular CBD products and it is a great starting point for beginning CBD users. As you start shopping around, you may see the term “CBD tincture” used interchangeably with “CBD oil.” Technically speaking  , a tincture is a preparation in which the active ingredient is dissolved in alcohol. With CBD oil, however, the CBD is mixed with a carrier oil like MCT oil or hemp seed oil.
When you order CBD online, you can expect delivery in a wide time frame, ranging from 3-5 business days to 2 weeks, depending on how far you live from the business. Most shipping fees are standard. If CBD oil companies are experiencing a very high demand of orders, your order can take longer to receive.
But what if you’re interested in using CBD oil? Where can you purchase it and where do you start? Here are some quick considerations before diving into where it is that you can purchase CBD oil:
CBD oil is available for sale online, most commonly found on a specific brand’s website using an internal shopping cart or checkout. Many online check out processes work for CBD companies in the United States, but historically, some popular online checkout processors like PayPal and Stripe say CBD is a “restricted business” . More innovative processors like Square have stated they support vetted CBD companies and are happy to work as their payment platform.
In the CBD storefront, you can expect to find someone working behind the counter who has knowledge of the CBD oil products the store sells. This retail associate might be similar to a budtender in a traditional dispensary as both positions will be responsible for answering any questions you may have.
Consumers may be able to find CBD products on major pharmacy shelves at many storefronts , depending on which state they live in. CBD is sold in some health food stores, such as Whole Foods and Lassens, “trendy” spots such as Urban Outfitters, and pharmacies including Walgreens, Rite Aid, and CVS in some states.
Additionally, there are products made out of CBD isolate. Isolate is refined to remove all other compounds in cannabis except for the CBD, resulting in a white powder.
While these products are available for sale in a wide range of places, the only product approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a pediatric epilepsy drug called Epidiolex. The FDA is now hearing public comments on CBD in food , which is open until July 16, 2019.