Beware of Over the Counter CBD Products
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a Schedule 1 controlled substance. This makes it illegal to buy or sell CBD products in the state of Texas except under the active oversight of a registered physician in the Texas Compassionate Use Program. Still, there are undeniably many CBD products being produced and sold throughout the state. And unfortunately, some of these products are of variable and sometimes questionable quality and safety. In the interest of protecting fellow Texans from potential harm, we offer this checklist of questions to ask when considering CBD products.
You can see data below with analysis performed using liquid chromatography (LC) on an Agilent 1100 system equipped with a diode array detector (DAD) for UV-Vis spectroscopy.
Compassionate Cultivation Products
|Lone Star Peppermint(MCT Oil)||103.8||4.5||23:1|
|Lone Star Cherry (MCT Oil), 2/6/18||100.0||4.5||22:1|
|Lone Star Unflavored (MCT Oil)||100.8||4.9||22:1|
|Lone Star Unflavored (Safflower Oil)||103.0||4.9||21:1|
|Lone Star Cherry (MCT Oil), 3/14/18||103.9||4.9||21:1|
Over the Counter CBD Products
|CBD Gold (Compound Pharmacy)||4.4||0.2||22:1|
|CBD Plus (Compound Pharmacy)||0.32||0.00||N/A|
|Hemp Extract WAAYB||35.2||1.0||35:1|
- EFFICACY: There are wide disparities in CBD and THC content from products sold by unlicensed producers (see charts). This can result in inconsistent treatment.
- QUALITY: Licensed CBD oil producers like Compassionate Cultivation are held to extremely rigorous standards for quality, and purity. Products from some unlicensed producers have been shown to include impurities such as bacteria, pesticides and heavy metals.
- CONSISTENCY: Compassionate Cultivation adheres to the highest standards in the cannabis industry. The Texas Department of Public Safety tests and inspects CUP licensee facilities weekly.
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