Defining THC-Free CBD Oil: Find Out How Some Tinctures May Actually Have More THC Than a Marijuana Joint
What Does THC-Free Mean?
Understanding the lingo of a rapidly expanding CBD industry, which lacks regulations and standards, can be difficult. Countless marketers bandy about odd and confusing claims. One of the most frequent assertions is that CBD products are “THC-free.” However, the true definition of this claim may not be what you expect. Let’s explore what it means to be considered “THC-free.”
The industry and legal standard for THC concentration in CBD products is less than 0.3% THC by weight. This means that a CBD product may legally contain up to three parts of THC for every 1000 parts of oil by weight. In order to determine if a product is within this legal limit, reputable CBD manufacturers have their products tested by third-party labs to obtain a Certificate of Analysis (COA). What has catapulted Kazmira as a CBD manufacturing and wholesaling leader is our unique Imperial Oil™.