General questions about CBD

CBD hemp flower is legal in all 50 states in America. As long as the THC levels are less than 0.3%, the cannabis flower is considered CBD. Because the levels of THC are so low, they should not show up on a drug test. Always make sure your hemp supplier can show you a Certificate of Analysis on their products to ensure they pass with the legal amount of THC.

CBD is an active ingredient in both hemp and marijuana plants, each classified as cannabis. However, CBD levels are much higher in hemp plants than in marijuana plants, while THC is much higher in marijuana. CBD can be extracted from the seeds, stalks, and leaves of the plants, however, it is actually the flowers and trichomes that house cannabinoids like CBD.

Many people confuse the terms hemp, marijuana, and cannabis. To make it less confusing, you can think of hemp and marijuana as cousins, both being types of cannabis plants. Hemp and marijuana are different because hemp has high levels of CBD and very low levels of THC, while marijuana has high levels of THC and lower levels of CBD.

CBD continues to rise in popularity, so more and more CBD products are becoming available. Types of CBD products include:

  • CBD oil
  • CBD capsules
  • CBD edibles
  • CBD vape oil
  • CBD tinctures
  • CBD skincare products
  • CBD pet products

Questions about using CBD

CBD has shown to reduce anxiety in some consumers. CBD can interact with CB1 and CB2 receptors in the nervous system, which may alter serotonin signals. If hemp products have a high enough CBD concentration, they can produce a calming effect that may help with anxiety.

The CBD product and concentration that is right for you will vary depending on your goals. If you want a mild relaxation, a lower CBD concentration will do. If you want more intense effects, you might choose a flower strain with a higher CBD concentration.

CBD products are used for a variety of reasons. Depending on the strain and the amount of CBD present, individuals report feelings of relaxation, aid in sleeping, reduced muscle pain and stiffness, and reduced anxiety. Other strains may help with concentration, focus, and energy levels.

CBD derived from hemp has very low levels of THC (below 0.3%). Therefore, CBD will not get you high and should not show up on a drug test.

Questions about purchasing wholesale CBD

Buying and selling wholesale hemp products is legal in all 50 states. As long as CBD is derived from hemp and has THC levels at or below 0.3%, the product is considered legal to buy and sell with the proper business reseller license.

There are many wholesalers for CBD in the United States, however finding a good and reputable one can be challenging. Make sure you do your research and ask the right questions before investing with a CBD supplier. A good wholesaler will have their products third party tested, have their Certificate of Analysis readily available to you, and have their products sourced in the U.S.

As the demand for CBD continues to rise, getting into the CBD industry is a great opportunity. The first step would be to establish your business with a business plan, budget, and profit goal. Like any other business, you’ll need to get a business reseller’s license. You can then partner with a CBD distributor like American White Label CBD to start supplying your product in bulk!

There are a variety of places online to find quality CBD wholesale products at a great price. Just make sure you do your research before choosing a supplier. You’ll want to make sure their products have been third-party tested for purity and potency before you invest with them. You should also ask where their hemp is sourced from. Hemp that is sourced in the U.S. is generally safer than hemp sourced from other countries like China where information on regulation is limited.

The wholesale price of CBD will vary depending on the strain, the CBD concentration, and the seller. At Americal White Label CBD, we’re able to buy our flowers from local growers at amazing rates. This allows us to provide our customers with high-quality hemp at the best possible price.

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