Many people who are interested in trying CBD are making their decisions based on marketing materials from the CBD companies. But these materials don’t always explain what different industry terms mean in a way that consumers can understand.
BOARDMAN, Ohio (PRWEB) January 10, 2019
Have you ever found yourself puzzling over the label on a CBD product, trying to figure out what in the world the words in the description meant?
You’re not alone. And as CBD becomes more and more mainstream, it seems like consumers are only getting more confused.
CBD companies are launching newer and more innovative products with every passing day. But there are no regulations or widely accepted standards regarding how to describe products or ingredients in this emerging industry.
“Our mission is to demystify the CBD industry so that consumers can make educated decisions about the products they are considering,” said Meg Kramer, CBD Hacker’s managing editor. “Right now, many people who are interested in trying CBD are making their decisions based on marketing materials from the CBD companies. But these materials don’t always explain what different industry terms mean in a way that the average consumer can understand.”
This infographic is the first in a series that will break down industry terminology in a clear, easy-to-understand way. It addresses terms that refer to the ways that plant derived CBD may be processed, and discusses the advantages and drawbacks for each type of product. The terms listed in the infographic include:
- Full Spectrum
The full infographic is available for viewing and download at this link: https://www.cbdhacker.com/decoding-cbd-our-key-to-common-industry-terms-infographic/
About CBD Hacker:
CBD Hacker’s mission is to introduce transparency into an unregulated and confusing industry. With cannabidiol’s growing popularity, the CBD industry is experiencing rapid growth — but it has little to no oversight. CBD Hacker uses evidence-based reporting, third-party lab testing and blind product-testing methodology to dispel misinformation and help consumers to know what they are buying.