Online shopping shows to be faster, easier, and most of the time cheaper–especially through Amazon. Though this is not a post to try and stop you from shopping on Amazon, Made by Hemp explains why buying CBD oil on Amazon isn’t a smart choice.
Why You Should Not Buy CBD Oil on Amazon
Everybody loves the convenience and safety that comes with shopping online through major e-commerce companies. So, it’s no surprise that many people head straight to Amazon to buy CBD oil, not realizing those products are fake or sketchy.
Here’s the problem.
Amazon doesn’t allow the sale of CBD oil products, so you will not find established brands on there. What you will find, are fake products sold by individuals who see that “CBD” is a highly searched keyword with zero competition —because it’s not allowed— and jump at the opportunity to make a quick buck.
This unfortunate scam leaves thousands of people every month believing that CBD doesn’t work.
It’s abundantly clear that Amazon doesn’t allow CBD oil supplements in their restricted product list, which includes:
“Products containing cannabidiol (CBD), a Schedule I Controlled Substance, including but not limited to: Rich Hemp Oil containing cannabidiol (CBD)”
What? CBD isn’t a Controlled Substance!
No, it is not.
Amazon is behind the times when it comes to this topic. Admittedly, CBD’s legality was in a weird gray area for many years, during which time it had to be sourced specifically from imported industrial hemp oil extracted from the stalks of the plant.
That was cleared up, however, when the 2018 Farm Bill passed.
The bill separated hemp from marijuana to end the mistake of lumping hemp into marijuana’s schedule I drug status.
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