The CBD industry has gained a lot of popularity in the past few years due to increased research and interest from consumers regarding canabidiol’s potential benefits. Trying to join the booming market, many entrepreneurs have established their own CBD retail businesses.
Are you also thinking to become part of this incredibly lucrative business opportunity and start selling CBD products in your store?
If the CBD craze got you excited and you’ve been seriously thinking about starting your own store, or even becoming a CBD oil affiliate, we have some great news for you!
For resellers dreaming of a career as a CBD oil distributor, the CBD wholesale opportunities are abundant, and not just limited to CBD oil.
In fact, the hemp derived CBD product sector has become so diversified that there is something for any target market you might think of.
With such a growing demand for cannabidiol and so many opportunities for sellers, join us today to get a better idea about the types of CBD products available today, how they are used and which type of customers they appeal to.
CBD Products Explained
Cannabidiol products have taken over the consumer market like a storm. We can now find them everywhere and in everything from tinctures and drinks, to chewable gummies and pet products.
However, this huge diversity of products available can be overwhelming and confusing for those wishing to use, or sell CBD.
To get a better understanding of how CBD products are produced and formulated, and how each one of them should be used, let’s first look at the differences between the main types of CBD.
CBD Isolate vs. Full-Spectrum vs. Broad Spectrum
CBD is not created equal, with the main difference between these three formulations referring to the plant’s cannabinoid profile.
CBD isolate contains nothing else than the CBD from the cannabis plant, while the full spectrum products also contain other cannabinoids and compounds, including THC. THC is the main psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant which produces the high sensation.
Although THC’s presence in full spectrum CBD products is usually under 0.3% as mandated by federal law, some people prefer to avoid THC altogether. For these types of consumers broad spectrum CBD is the best option as it contains no THC.
Types Of CBD Products To Sell
Although the effects of CBD products tend to be the same no matter if oil, pill or gummy, people have different preferences regarding how they like to incorporate CBD into their daily regimen.
CBD Oils And Tinctures
Both CBD oil drops and CBD tinctures are taken orally and usually applied sublingual, but they can be also added to foods or drinks. Having a glycerin, oil or alcohol base, these products come in different strengths and flavours. Regardless of their flavor or base, they all have the same therapeutic benefits.
Presented as capsules, pills or gummies, CBD edibles are a discreet and convenient way for customers to take their daily dose of cannabidiol. Perfect for consumers who are always on the run or for those who don’t like the taste or texture of oils and tinctures.
From CBD soda to CBD sparkling water, there are many ways for your clients to consume CBD while sipping from their favourite drinks. The cannabidiol can be either already infused in water, or can be sold as dissolvable powder. The advantage of CBD powder drinks over the ready made products is that the powder can be added to any drink including coffee or tea, and it can be easily stored and carried around throughout the entire day
CBD infused topicals include lotions, creams, salves and even massage oils. Used for relieving tension from tired muscles, soothing the tissue, hydrating the skin or combating the signs of aging, CBD topicals are available in different consistencies and concentrations. Creams are usually thicker than lotions or salves and are best suited for very dry skins.
Pets should also be able to enjoy the CBD goodness available for humans, shouldn’t they?
No matter if you have a dog, cat, or any other furry friend, animals have now their own variety of CBD products. Formulated to address pets specific needs and coming in strengths designated for animals, CBD pet products are now widely available as oils, chewables, treats or topicals.