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Growing interest in CBD means there are more CBD oil products on the market than ever. However, knowing how to identify fake CBD as a new consumer can be tricky.

Being able to recognize a few key details will greatly reduce your chances of buying bogus CBD products. Here are five ways to easily identify fake CBD.

“Cure-All” Promises

Some CBD products make claims that they aid in treating cancer and autism, among other medical conditions. However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not support any of these claims. Reputable companies are aware of and adhere to these restrictions, however, those looking to make a quick buck are more than comfortable stuffing their sites with disease-related keywords.

In June 2018, the FDA approved Epidiolex for the treatment of seizures in two rare forms of pediatric epilepsy. Epidiolex remains the only FDA-approved drug that contains CBD.

Drug Test Guarantees

Beware if you spot a CBD product with guarantees that you will still pass a drug test after taking it. Although hemp-derived CBD products must contain less than 0.3% THC by dry weight, per federal regulations, this does mean a positive test is possible. Drug tests are not uniform. The THC threshold that will yield a positive result is stricter in some tests than others. We recommend not using CBD products if this is a concern to you.

Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp seed oil is not CBD oil derived from hemp. Genuine CBD oil will have terms written on the label such as cannabidiol, full-spectrum hemp or hemp oil. Although there are benefits to hemp seed oil, there is not enough CBD in it for it to be labeled “CBD oil.”

“Free” Scams

Avoid purchasing CBD oil from sites that offer “free trials” or ask for credit card information to receive free samples. As the old saying goes, nothing in life is free.

Low CBD Content

The amount of CBD that a product advertises may seem impressive if you don’t know what to look for. The volume of the oil does not reflect its CBD content. In other words, look for the amount of CBD per serving size and not the total amount in the bottle. This will prevent you from buying large, expensive bottles with minimal CBD content.

Looking for products with high CBD content? Check out our full line of topicals, High Potency tinctures, 50mg Full Spectrum capsules and CBD RSO.

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  1. John Phillips says:

    Thank you Lazarus Naturals for your excellent products. I use them everyday. You changed my life for the better..

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  2. Rush says:

    The easiest way to identify a poor quality or fake CBD is if the label doesn’t have Lazarus Naturals on it. ;)

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  3. Robert E Manning says:

    There are only a few sites where you can get real CBD. Lazarus Naturals is one of them. I would highly recommend NOT purchasing from Amazon as there are countless fakes on their site. I know this from personal experience.

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  4. Kellialkire says:

    You guys as usual do not disappoint! These are the things those of us who are not professionals, or know enough about the process need to know. Thank you for being so straightforward and honest with us. For always providing information on products basically with out us asking.

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  5. Marcelino Garcia says:

    Thanks Lazarus Naturals! I’ve been using your products for over a year and I couldn’t be happier.
    If you want to know you’re getting the best CBD for your money, just buy Lazarus Naturals.

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  6. Kevin Delaney says:

    thanks lazarus. OMG it is so refreshing in a world full of lies and BS that stating the truth and facts is so easy and helpful. i am so glad i found your company. true believer, kevin

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