CBD Pricing Comparison (price per mg)

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How to compare the pricing of CBD products?

To compare CBD products across different brands, strengths and sizes one has to calculate the cheapest price per mg of CBD in a given strength. Meaning; how much am I paying per mg of CBD when I want to buy 300 mg of CBD. Similar to be asked about 600mg and 3000mg.
This will answer the price point to let you compare the price per mg of CBD.

Yet not all CBD is created equal and not all extraction methods produce the same quality. To fairly evaluate CBD products you need to also compare:

  • Extraction method
  • Whether it is Full Spectrum or not
  • 3rd Party Lab Tests

The list can be expanded, but the above will provide you with key indicators of the quality of the product you want to compare.


Why choose High-Quality CO2 Extraction?

The best method for producing the cleanest and highest-quality CBD extracts is the supercritical CO2 extraction, which obtains pure plant extracts without the use of hazardous chemicals and solvents such as ethanol. The 95 per cent extraction efficiency of supercritical CO2 is a major advantage over traditional methods, which only recover 60-80 per cent of the total volume of the substance.


Why is Full Spectrum important?

A Full spectrum CBD product contains all compounds naturally occurring in the plant besides “just” the CBD. This includes terpenes, essential oils, and other cannabinoids that work together to magnify the therapeutic benefits of each individual cannabinoid. This is commonly referred to as the entourage effect.

This is relevant to the price comparison, as a truly Full Spectrum CBD product is significantly more expensive to produce compared to an isolate and similar.


Why are lab tests so important and how to read them?

A recent study by the Medical School of the University of Pennsylvania found that up to two-thirds of online vendors list incorrect data regarding cannabinoid content on their product labels. Even worse, there were a number of cases of acute poisonings from a synthetic cannabinoid sold as cannabidiol in Utah in 2017.

You need to make sure you know what you are buying and look for a 3rd party lab test made for each batch of your product.


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