Many growers in Nebraska have already started to legally grow and sell hemp, with some working directly with top CBD oil producers. The Farm Bill in 2018 made this possible, with growers restricted to selecting strains of hemp that produced 0.3 percent tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, which is the compound in cannabis responsible for producing the “high” associated with smoking or consuming of marijuana.

The hemp or cannabis that is produced with THC levels of 0.3 percent or less is used in the production of CBD oil. CBD or cannabidiol produces a relaxing and calming effect on the nervous system, but it does not produce the same type of high as THC. This makes it ideal for a range of products that can provide treatment and management of a variety of conditions.

When purchasing any types of products that contain CBD oil, consider the following tips to ensure you receive the quality and consistency in the order.

Choose American Companies

If you can, choose a company doing business in the state of Nebraska. While you can order online, knowing the company has a presence in the state is a good measure of the quality you can expect. Cheap products on the market may not provide accurate information as to the percent of the various cannabis compound found in the oil.

The top companies producing these oils and products also test consistently for quality and composition of their oils. The top oils contain a variety of different cannabis compounds, which may include less than 0.3% THC. This is a very small amount and does not produce any effects, but it does add to the benefits of the CBD oil through a synergistic interaction.

Take the time to find out about the process the company uses to produce their oils. They should use organic, GMO-free hemp in all of their products. Many of these companies use specialized growers, allowing them to control quality all through the growth, harvesting, drying, and processing steps.