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CBDistillery has worked hard to present a reputable image, making its products straightforward and easy to understand. It has created a massive social media community of fans, and it distributes some of the most informative CBD-related content on the internet.
The company is a member of the U.S. Hemp Authority, it displays a seal indicating natural farming practices and it is ISO certified. However, until recently, our enthusiasm for recommending CBDistillery was dampened because of one sticking point—you needed a QR code from the packaging in order to see the lab results for its products. In other words, you needed to make a purchase.
The rise in popularity of CBD over the last few years has resulted in plenty of companies jumping in, trying to make a quick buck. These companies may sell cheap CBD, but it is often not even CBD. Sometimes it is contaminated with pesticide and solvent residue, and sometimes it just does not have the amount of CBD indicated on the label.