Buyer's Guide


by Elixinol LLC | March 12, 2015 | 2473 Comments

Now that more and more states are passing bills to legalize CBD products and people are starting to learn about the benefits and uses of CBD oil, the market for hemp-derived products is expected to increase even more.

While it’s surely a good thing to make CBD oil easily available for people all over the world, the increasing popularity of products rich in cannabinoids has a not so pleasant side effect. Driven by the desire to explore this business opportunity and get the most of it, producers use misleading marketing and deceptive advertising to increase profits.
In order to convince people to buy CBD oil or other products made of hemp or containing cannabidiol, companies claim that their CBD can cure pretty much anything from cancer to acne scars, yet they have no scientific argument to back up their statements. It’s therefore not surprising to see that people are reluctant when it comes to purchasing such products, or that they feel overwhelmed and have no idea how to buy CBD oil without getting scammed.
What sounds more appealing to you? To search for a hemp shop in your area, or to try an online shop that sells hemp oil or other cannabinoid-rich products? Regardless of your choice, the first and most important thing to do before you buy any product that contains cannabidiol is to do your homework and make sure you know what you’re getting.


1. Look for quality, not for low prices.


With so many products only one click away, it’s more than tempting to grab the most affordable CBD oil you can find online, but cheaper isn’t necessarily better.


If you Google “buy CBD oil” right now you’ll get more than 5,950,000 results, but you know what’s curious? Most of these producers and distributors offer no tangible evidence to support the claim that their products are the best. Surely, lower prices are more attractive, but if I were you, I would think twice before picking the cheap CBD oil over the high quality one.


If you want to make sure you’re getting a safe and effective product, look for quality, not for a low price. How is quality defined when it comes to CBD oil? The higher the concentration of cannabidiol in a product, the more powerful its effects, and thus the wiser the investment.


We’re proud to be among the few companies that provide lab analysis <link to lab results page/pdf> for their products. Results of our lab tests are visible for anyone who wants to see what Elixinol™ contains, and that is 18% CBD, along with all the synergistic cannabinoids in the original plant. We produce a wholesome extract, not an isolate nor a synthetic product, because our focus is on delivering a pure, highly qualitative CBD oil, and not a cheap product with zero benefits for your health.


2. Beware of products that claim to cure everything.


If you decide to order CBD oil online, start by learning about the real properties and benefits of cannabinoids. Hemp seed oil and Hemp CBD oil are two different products, and neither of them is “medical marijuana”.


You’ll hear and read a lot about CBD products that can cure different forms of cancer and about hemp oil that has miraculously healed patients from anxiety, tumors, diabetes and whatnot. My advice? Beware of products whose benefits sound too good to be true. CBD oil is a powerful antioxidant whose strength is greater than that of vitamin C and E, and I’m sure we will soon have strong medical evidence for different health effects.


However, at this point, research is still needed, and the surest way to avoid scams is to beware of those products that claim to cure everything. Maybe they do have beneficial properties, but playing with people’s minds and hearts and with their desperate need to find a reliable treatment for painful conditions is not the right way to promote a product.


At Elixinol, we’re not selling magic potion in a bottle. Our CBD oil is not a miraculous cure that will make illnesses go away overnight. We don’t sell drugs, and we’re not producing medical marijuana. What we do offer you is a powerful dietary supplement with an impressive concentration of CBD, a product that is safe and is obtained through a technology that allows it to retain all the nutrients found in the original plant.


It’s the synergistic action of these nutrients that make CBD oil so valuable and beneficial for one’s overall health. We therefore encourage you to add this nutritional supplement to your diet in order to experience the positive effects of the phytonutrients found in our hemp-derived product.


3. Make sure your oil is Non-Psychoactive.


Some of the hemp and marijuana products available on the market contain psychoactive compounds, however cannabidiol is scientifically proven to be anti-psychoactive, so it’s important to check the label before buying a CBD oil and to choose only products that have no psychoactive effects.


As long as you stick with non-psychoactive products there’s no risk of getting high from them. But again, beware of cheap products. Making a good CBD oil that retains only the beneficial compounds from hemp requires a certain technology, and that technology is costly.


Few days ago I came across this article saying that you can make CBD oil at home by smashing some hemp seeds and extracting that fluid. Let me tell you something – this way you will get (at best!) a poorly qualitative hemp oil. You can’t take the psychoactive THC out of cannabis oil by simply squeezing the liquid from some seeds.


Check out this page to learn more about the process through which CBD is produced, and get well informed before deciding where to buy CBD oil from!


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January 28, 2016


My son had 9 inches of his intestions removed due to crohns. What would u suggest he use??

Theresa Cannon
January 26, 2016

Theresa Cannon

Does cbd oil act as an antidepressant in any way? I understand it has no “high” but was wondering about its ad effect. I have also read it is safe for pets with joint disorders which is what originally led me to this product

December 14, 2015


I would suggest a product that is grown in the US organically and has been certified organic by the USDA. One that doesn’t play with numbers and keeps the quantity and dosing information 100% transparent. Additionally I would want a product that reflects all the terpines and cannabinoids available.

December 12, 2015


Would love to try it someday, but my pocket just wont let me. I am a single mom af 6, and I’m a chronic pain sufferer. I have loads of arhtritis most severe, and fibro. and the disk in my tialbone are destroyed. a couple in my neck. I am tired of taking medicine, and would love a alternative. If this is so powerful and works so good, why dont insurance cover it? Or are they still studying it?

Jerry Arnold
December 03, 2015

Jerry Arnold

I’m 28 live in chronic pain in my neck & back on full disability looking for something else to help with the pain so I don’t have to take as many pills really can’t smoke pot because of Doc

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