CBD oil became one of the most popular new products on the market today. Annual sales of CBD petroleum products in 2018 nearly 600 million and it is expected to grow at a rate that exceeds 107 percent annually. Before 2017, CBD products are available only in stores, health food stores, and some medical practices.
Since then, the market has exploded and Cannabidiol oil is now available in health food stores, national supermarkets, beauty salons, nail salons, convenience stores, and even gas stations.
First, let's examine what we mean by safe CBD oil. Some reports indicate that up to 40% of CBD products on the market tested positive for heavy metals such as lead and arsenic, concentrated chemical pesticides, bacteria, mold, toxic mold, THC, and other impurities. Most people would agree that products containing this dirt will be considered unsafe.
Most products are not safe for CBD oil grown and produced in China, Mexico, and many third world countries that do little or no oversight on the products they sell.
One of the most common and dangerous soils commonly found in contaminated CBD products is chemical pesticides. These chemicals are used to kill insects and other organisms that could be harmful to plants. According to the Toxics Action Center, "pesticides have been linked to a variety of human health risks, ranging from short-term effects, such as headaches and nausea, to more serious health problems, such as cancer, harm reproductive and endocrine disorders ".
It can be very dangerous to ingest CBD-type contaminated products if they are contaminated with pesticides.