Even though CBD has been legalized nationwide since the 2018 Farm Bill went through, I have been wary of trying too numerous hemp products that don’t come with lab testing paperwork. Too numerous CBD shops are scattered around from one town street corner to the next, however numerous of these shop owners have no clue in the slightest what is really in the products they’re selling. There could be pesticides that could make you incredibly sick if you were looking for hemp to use medicinally. At first I had to find a quality CBD and hemp producer, so I went to the internet to figure out what I could possibly find. It’s great that you can purchase your CBD and hemp products from these awesome cannabis growers out west. As long as the hemp products have less than 0.3% THC inside, they can legally be purchased and sent through the mail system. However, I no longer have to order my CBD and hemp products off the internet. Now I get just about every single CBD product that I consume from a local weed dispensary that recently opened in my city. Along with the normal THC marijuana products, all of the CBD products at the cannabis dispensary are subjected to extremely thorough lab testing. There’s no fear of getting a terrible batch of CBD edibles with residual solvents or pesticides inside. If you get your CBD edibles in another location, you might not be as blessed. The cannabis store also runs sales and promotional deals on CBD and low-THC cannabis products. I appreciate the full spectrum CBD blends opposed to the botanical CBD blends that I see on the internet from random hemp business locations.