What Are the Toxic Ingredients I Need to Be Aware of for CBD Products?

With the current state of the CBD industry, under-regulation requires companies to step up and make the ethical choice when formulating their products. Some CBD wholesalers and white label companies may try to appeal to startups and existing companies with cheap pricing, but in turn, provide an unsafe product with toxic ingredients. Protect your brand and your customers by avoiding these ingredients in your CBD products:

The Toxic Ingredients You Should Avoid in CBD Products

  • Synthetic CBD: While chances are slim that a company would include synthetic CBD in its ingredients list, it is important to be aware that some CBD products that have been tested by third-party interest groups have been found with synthetic CBD. In order to minimize your risk of purchasing wholesale CBD with synthetic ingredients, make sure to check COAs and ask exactly where their hemp is grown. Working with a transparent, honest CBD wholesaler is so important in keeping the integrity of your brand. Remember, you can always have a CBD product tested by an independent, third-party lab to guarantee what exactly is in that product.
  • Vaping Additives: Vaping additives like propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), and medium-chain triglycerides (MCT oil) all produce known carcinogens when heated. There’s a misconception that MCT oil is a healthy vape filler– it has a considerably low smoke point that is well below the temperature a vape pen heats it to. There’s also a misconception that vape pens need carrier oils. A CBD vape pen does not require any carrier oil as this does not impact its bioavailability. Our CBD vape pen is formulated with only CBD isolate and hemp terpenes for the safest vaping product on the market.
  • Pesticides: Pesticide exposure compromises the safety of any CBD product making it crucial to only purchase organic-certified products or CBD products sourced from non-GMO hemp farms with organic farming practices. COAs should report on pesticide exposure and further research regarding where their hemp is sourced from is the best way to avoid this.
  • Toxic Solvents: Solvents are required for extracting CBD from hemp material. However, not all solvents are created equal. Solvents like petroleum and naptha are known carcinogens and impact the safety of the product. It’s also important to purchase from experienced extractors since some inexperienced processors may leave residual solvents not properly removed from the product. Check COAs for solvents and also inquire about your CBD wholesaler’s manufacturing practices.

Work with the Nation’s Trusted CBD Wholesaler

Hemp Depot is proud to share all the leading tips on how to start a CBD business. As the nation’s trusted CBD wholesaler, we value full transparency and are in this industry for the right reasons. Our mission is to make pure, safe CBD products readily available for everyone in our community. That’s why we’ve created a vertically-integrated company so we can guarantee that every step from seed to sale is up to our high-quality standards. We breed our own CBD-rich seed and grow hemp in our own Colorado farms for extraction and production in our own manufacturing facility. We welcome all our clients to tour our farms and manufacturing facility so you feel 100% confident selling our product and putting your brand on them. For more information regarding the toxic ingredients you should avoid in your CBD products, please contact us!

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