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Campaign Provides a Call-to-Action for Industry Players to Step Up with Real Results, or Get Out
Denver, CO (July 15, 2019) Balanced Health Botanicals™ (BHB™), parent company to the fast-growing CBDistillery™ brand, today unveiled their Gimmick-Free CBD campaign calling out companies that are taking advantage of the emerging and unregulated CBD industry. Consumers are being targeted with everything from toothpicks to candles, as CBD is being incorporated in products to grab their attention and drive sales, nullifying the importance of supplementing high-quality CBD.
The campaign also intends to legitimize brands – like CBDistillery – that provide real products, with real results, and help consumers understand what CBD products they can trust to provide wellness for both mind and body.
“From legislators to industry players and consumers, there is already confusion surrounding this compound and the future of the industry. This wild west of gimmicky products on the market are only hindering positive industry progress,” says CMO Chris Van Dusen. “Our company was founded with a mission of providing real products we believe in without all the gimmicks and it is time for someone to step up and challenge the current trend of using CBD as a buzzword simply to help sell products. We want to empower our consumers with the knowledge to purchase products they not only understand how and why to use, but that they can trust.”
With over 3,000 companies currently occupying the space and even more being created, CBDistillery’s Gimmick-Free campaign was born out of a necessity to highlight the misuse of CBD that has spread throughout the industry. This campaign is providing a call-to-action for consumers to pay attention and look beyond the marketing ploys before making purchasing decisions. With the industry under a fine microscope, it is also a call-to-action for industry leaders to guarantee their products are third-party tested and trustworthy.
CBDistillery’s campaign will launch July 15th with a prominent 7-billboard display in Times Square featuring a number of gimmicky CBD products – from toilet paper to condoms – compared to their own gimmick-free products. To amplify the campaign, the Times Square launch will be followed by an omnichannel marketing approach across social media, radio, email campaigns, direct mail and strategically placed advertisements.
As leaders of the #CBDMovement, CBDistillery is committed to providing the highest quality, U.S.-grown hemp-derived CBD products, at the most affordable prices and to being the premier CBD education resource.
For more information on BHB’s CBDistillery Gimmick-Free CBD campaign, please visit: GimmickFreeCBD.co.
About Balanced Health Botanicals:
Balanced Health Botanicals™ (BHB) is a vertically integrated family of hemp-derived CBD brands. The flagship brand CBDistillery™ was founded in Denver, CO in 2015 to pursue a rapidly growing and predominantly untapped market. It has since evolved into one of the largest and most cost-effective brands in the CBD market, sold in retailers nationwide. BHB brands CBDistilleryRx™ and BOTA™ were created to further satisfy the needs of consumers in offering pharmacist-recommended CBD and premium skincare products. BHB’s mission is to provide the highest quality, U.S.-grown, hemp-derived CBD products at fair prices and to be the premier CBD education resource. BHB has made significant investments in its infrastructure, supply chain capabilities and product portfolio to solidify itself as the leader of the #CBDMOVEMENT™.
CBD is the scientific abbreviation for cannabidiol, one of the many potentially beneficial cannabinoids found abundantly in hemp oil. As health-conscious consumers actively embrace the significant health and wellness potential of CBD products, business owners have taken notice.
If you are considering starting an online business of your own, you may be pleased to learn that starting your own CBD business is not that difficult when you understand the basics.
Many people feel it’s unrealistic to start their own company due to the high overhead costs of maintaining a brick and mortar location. The substantially lower operating costs of running an online business makes business ownership much more attractive. Of course, business success depends on your ability to offer a product that is in demand.
Since CBD is anticipated to grow to a 22 billion dollar industry within the next three years, a significant number of people consider online CBD sales a promising business venture.1 If you can answer yes to the following statements, it is quite likely you can sell CBD online:
Hemp is a cannabis plant, so is marijuana. Until a few short years ago, there was no legal language to differentiate between the two plants. With changes in legislation, hemp and marijuana are now defined by their THC content. To be classified as industrial hemp, the plant must contain 0.3 percent THC or less. A plant containing more than 0.3 percent THC is legally considered marijuana.
Local and online sales are governed by many of the same requirements. That means you will need to register your business with your state (or country). You will also need to apply for relevant industry-specific permits.2 You may also need a home occupation permit to ensure you comply with state and federal business laws.3
While the federal government has removed industrial hemp from its list of controlled substances, many states require businesses to be licensed to sell or resell cannabis products, including products derived from industrial hemp. You may also need a separate license to store inventory in your home. Some CBD vendors will require your state identification number to order products for private label use.
If you have plans to sell CBD-infused edibles like chocolate or baked goods, you will likely need a food permit (if edibles are allowed in your state). Reach out to your local health department and your agricultural department to obtain the proper permits. You may be asked to complete a training program to obtain food handling certification. If your home does not meet state guidelines, you may have the option of utilizing a commercial kitchen.4/sup>
In any business venture, it’s important to ensure your business is in full compliance with the laws in your area. You want to ensure your products are only sold to those living in states where the products ordered are allowed. In addition to obtaining permits to run an e-commerce business from your state, there may be additional registration or permits required locally.
While some business entrepreneurs choose to sell established, many choose to rebrand white label CBD. By rebranding quality CBD from a reputable source, online business owners have the opportunity to provide high-quality products without the high costs of product development.5
The success of your business depends on product quality. That’s why it’s essential to know what to look for when selecting your white label supplier. Before committing to a CBD manufacturer, consider the following:
There are two potential sources of CBD, marijuana and industrial hemp. When choosing to sell hemp-derived CBD, its important to source your products from a company that relies on naturally cultivated hemp crops. Hemp absorbs pesticides, heavy metals, and other potential toxins from the soil. Any chemicals or contaminants in the soil can end up in plant extracts.
Independent third-party testing from an accredited lab verifies the CBD content and THC content of the products you select. Having access to these test results also ensures the products you select for branding are free of potentially harmful pesticides, microbial contamination, and solvent residue.
When considering a company to supply your CBD products, take a close look at their website. Any company that claims CBD can be used to treat a medical condition or illness is in direct violation of regulations established by the FDA. This is an important point to keep in mind when determining vendor integrity. The FDA considers unsubstantiated CBD-related health claims to be misleading, deceptive, and a considerable danger to public health.
CBD is extracted from the stalks and stems of industrial hemp plants. When extracting hemp oil, it’s important to rely on a manufacturer who uses food-safe extraction methods. The most commonly used safe extraction methods use CO2 or ethyl alcohol. Other methods could leave potentially harmful residue in the final product.
Price comparison is smart. Purchasing the lowest priced product you can find may not be. It’s important to ask yourself if the pricing makes sense. If a vendor is offering a remarkably low price for a “high milligram” CBD product, the products are unlikely to be of high quality. It’s important to remember you are paying for the milligrams of CBD in a product, not the size of the bottle itself. If prices are too high, it will be difficult for your company to offer competitive prices.
CBDistillery™ has partnered with thousands of retailers and offering wholesale prices to our retail partners for years. When you partner with CBDistillery™, you are working with a vertically integrated company, a company that has full control over every aspect of CBD production, from the initial soil testing to the manufacturing and distribution of our quality products.
CBDistillery™ is now offering private label options to those looking to sell their own brand of CBD online. Our reasonable wholesale pricing means higher potential earnings for you. To get the conversation started, simply register here. Just a few of the many reasons to partner with CBDistillery™ include:
CBDistillery™’s hemp-derived CBD products begin with non-GMO hemp seeds planted in soil that has been tested for potential contaminants. Our crops are grown in the USA using natural farming practices. Of course, any company can make these claims, but the purity of CBDistillery™ products are verifiable.
All CBDistillery™ products are tested for potency and purity by an independent third-party accredited laboratory. Not only can you verify what goes into CBDistillery™ products, you can use the same third-party test results to verify the CBD and THC content of every product we offer. Third-party test results are clearly visible on our website or can be accessed with the QR code found on every product label.
CBDistillery™ relies on Co2 extraction methods. Co2 extraction utilizes a system of temperature and pressure-controlled chambers to extract our hemp oil from the plant matter. Pressure-controlled CO2 extraction is considered the cleanest extraction method for full spectrum CBD.
While your choice of a payment processor, shipping methods, and marketing strategies matter, it’s the quality of your CBD products that determine your company’s reputation. That’s why it’s essential to partner with one of the leading manufactures in the hemp industry.
CBDistillery™ is certified by the U.S. Hemp Authority™. That means our cultivation and manufacturing processes have met the rigorous requirements of the hemp industries stringent standards. You can verify the purity and potency of our reasonably priced products by viewing the third-party test results.
Get in the patriotic spirit with this Red, White & Blue CBD Fruit Tart!
Made with CBDistillery™’s 83mg Isolate Tincture, this delectable dessert is sure to be a hit at any Fourth of July celebration.
See below for a quick how-to video!
With the number of intriguing reports about the health and wellness potential of hemp-derived CBD, a significant number of people are interested in hemp-derived products. Many people who are interested put off buying CBD because they don’t feel they know enough about gauging product quality to make an informed decision. Many others simply don’t know where to start.
Of course, you want a quality CBD product at a reasonable price. While the increasing interest is CBD means you will likely find numerous places to make your first purchase, when you place your trust in a reputable company, you can shop with confidence.
Yes, if you live in the United States, you can buy CBD without a prescription if your CBD is sourced from industrial hemp. Hemp-derived CBD contains 0.3 percent THC or less, differentiating the hemp plant from the other source of CBD, marijuana. If you live outside of the U.S., the laws may be different. Some countries allow a higher percentage of THC in hemp-derived products, others allow less. Some countries still prohibit the purchase of hemp-derived CBD.1
When you make the decision to purchase hemp-derived CBD, it’s important to consider the purity and potency of the products you select. Reputable companies value transparency. Those who value transparency will give you easy access to important details to help you verify the quality of their products. Before making a final decision, consider the following four factors:
When CBD is third-party tested, that means the product manufacturer uses an independent lab to verify the purity and potency of their products. While any company can claim their products are third-party tested, stick with companies that give you access to test results. You can use the batch test results to confirm the products you select are as potent as the company claims and free from chemical and microbial contamination.
CBD is a cannabinoid found abundantly in hemp oil. The hemp oil that contains CBD (cannabidiol) is extracted from the stalks and stems of the plant. Since CBD is a consumable product, it’s essential that CBD manufacturers use food-safe extraction methods. CO2 extraction and ethyl alcohol extraction are the two most commonly used food-safe extraction methods.2 CO2 extraction uses temperature regulation and pressure to transform carbon dioxide to a near-liquid state. Once liquid, CO2 releases the plant oils. Ethanol extraction relies on a common food preservative, ethyl alcohol, for the same purpose.
While most of the CBD products commonly sold online are sourced from industrial hemp, it’s important to understand that there are two potential sources, hemp, and marijuana. Hemp-derived CBD does not cause intoxication because there are only trace amounts of THC, if any. When you purchase any cannabis product, it’s important that the plants are grown from non-GMO seeds using natural farming methods. Any contaminants absorbed by the plant will find their way into your CBD oil. Batch test information can alert you to potential contamination.
The FDA recently tested numerous products sold online and found many contained little to no CBD. That does not mean all vendors are dishonest. When purchasing CBD products, it’s important to know how many milligrams (mg) of CBD you are paying for. If you find a large bottle of CBD for a surprisingly low price, the product likely contains little cannabidiol (CBD). To avoid buying an overpriced product, verify the amount of CBD in the bottle. Then compare the cost per mg and be sure to read customer comments and feedback. Checking reviews can help you determine if the customers purchasing before you were pleased with product quality and customer service.
With the rapidly increasing popularity of hemp-derived CBD, you have likely noticed at least one retailer in your area with a sign or banner announcing they carry CBD products. Now that the federal government has lifted the restrictions on hemp cultivation, you will likely see many more. If you are ready to experience the health and wellness potential of hemp-derived CBD, you likely have access to a significant number of purchasing options, including:
Most of the CBD products available for purchase online are sourced from non-intoxicating industrial hemp. Whether you are interested in CBD tinctures, topical products, capsules, or CBD vape products, the most reputable vendors, companies like CBDistillery, ship your products directly to your door. Shopping online gives you the opportunity to compare products and product quality before making a purchasing decision.
A dispensary is a government-regulated retail establishment that sells cannabis and cannabis-related products. Since there are two potential sources of CBD, hemp and marijuana, you may be able to purchase CBD through a dispensary. Whether marijuana-sourced products are sold for recreational use or by prescription for medical purposes will depend on the laws in your state. While you may find hemp-derived CBD in a dispensary, you will not find 0% THC hemp oil products.
CBD is turning up in specialty retail shops across the country. You will likely find CBD available in local head shops, or stores selling smoking-related paraphernalia, and other specialty retailers across the country. CBD may also be in stock at your local nutrition store, apothecary, or vape shop. If your salesperson is knowledgeable, they may be able to help you select the best product, or combination of products, to suit your needs.
Since the federal government recently lifted the ban on hemp cultivation, numerous retailers are looking to dive into the market. Depending on where you live, you may be able to find hemp-derived CBD at your local pharmacy. CVS Pharmacy recently announced they are carrying topical CBD products at locations across eight states.4 For now, CVS Pharmacy will not carry ingestible products. Shortly after CVS announced their CBD pilot program, Walgreens announced plans to carry CBD in 1,500 US locations.5
Buying hemp-derived CBD online could be your best shopping option. Not only does online shopping allow you to purchase products conveniently from the comfort of your home, shopping online gives you several advantages you won’t find in stores. Consider the value of the following benefits:
Because CBD is a cannabis product, many first-time shoppers are uncomfortable with the idea of others knowing they purchased a cannabis product. Those who are less than comfortable letting others know their shopping habits appreciate online stores that offer discreet shipping options. With discreet shipping, no one looking at your package would have any indication of the content.
Many online retailers offer discounts based on the total dollar value of your purchase. Some offer promotions like free shipping, while others might offer a discount when shoppers purchase multiple products. For those using CBD regularly, online discounts can add up to significant savings.
While you could travel from store to store to find the best product to suit your needs, you don’t have to. Online shopping lets you order whenever you are ready, without having to drive out of your way, fight for a convenient parking spot, or spend time running from store to store to find the products you want for the best price.
Some online CBD retailers offer incentive programs to loyal customers. Many of these loyalty programs give customers points based on the total amount of their product purchase. Customers use their reward points to receive a discount on a future purchase. As with other discounts and promotions, loyalty programs make purchasing CBD online much more affordable than shopping in stores.
When you purchase CBD in a store, it may not be easy to find the specific product you are looking for. Your CBD options are limited to the inventory on hand. If you do manage to find the right product type, you may not have many options for product potency. Shopping online gives you access to a larger assortment of CBD products and makes it easier to find the right product for your needs.
People using CBD desire a quality product at a reasonable price. They want to know they are purchasing from a reputable company that values transparency and provides access to important details like extraction methods and third-party test results.
When you select products from CBDistillery™, you are purchasing from a company that oversees every aspect of production, from soil testing to product distribution and every step in between.
CBDistillery™ products are created from non-GMO hemp seeds. Our crops are grown using natural farming methods, and our full-spectrum hemp oil is CO2 extracted. You can verify the potency and purity of CBDistillery™ tinctures, topicals, softgels, gummies, and vape products by viewing the batch test results within our product images or scanning the QR code on your product label. Order online or find a CBDistillery™ retailer near you.
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