7 Ways to Save Big When Buying CBD Products

7 Ways to Save Big When Buying CBD Products

With rent, bills, groceries, and all the other finances in your life, you need to save where you can, even when it comes to CBD products. While you should absolutely spend a little more when it means getting quality ingredients, you can still learn to buy smart and save money along the way. Here are some of the best ways to save big when buying CBD products.

1. Mind the CBD concentration.

The best place to start is to purchase your CBD based on its concentration. The price of a CBD product is generally determined by the amount of CBD it contains, often referred to as strength, concentration, or potency. High-strength CBD products generally cost more than low-strength CBD products but provide a higher concentration of CBD per serving. This means that high concentration CBD products provide better value for experienced CBD users with a higher tolerance, users who need help with severe pain, or others who need a stronger potency. For users who are just starting out or those who prefer taking smaller amounts of CBD, low-strength products will provide them with better value.

2. Know the delivery method.

In addition to CBD strength, you should also consider the product type and delivery method, which describes how CBD is absorbed into the body. By researching the different product types and delivery methods before you buy, you can better understand their benefits, including the duration of effects and how long it takes for the effects kick in. 


  • A liquid CBD supplement placed under the tongue
  • Enters the bloodstream sublingually (under the tongue) via the mucous membrane of the mouth
  • Moderately fast acting
  • Long-lasting effect


  • Food that is infused with CBD, consumed and absorbed into the body via the digestive system
  • Takes longer for the effects to kick in than vaping and sublingual methods
  • Long-lasting effect


  • A concentrated form of CBD
  • Small, high-strength servings consumed via the mouth, absorbed both sublingually and via the digestive system
  • Moderately fast acting
  • Long-lasting effect


  • A CBD supplement in capsule form swallowed and absorbed into the body via the digestive system
  • Takes longer for the effects to kick in than vaping and sublingual methods
  • Long-lasting effect


  • CBD extract added to a carrier oil or skin care product
  • Designed to be applied topically to the skin or massaged into problem areas
  • Absorbed via the skin
  • Moderately fast acting
  • Long-lasting effect


  • CBD extract in a carrier oil that is inserted into the vagina or rectum and absorbed into the bloodstream via the mucous membrane
  • Moderately fast acting
  • Long lasting effect

By doing the research on delivery methods before you buy, you have a better chance of selecting the product that is right for you, saving you time and money in the long run.

3. Buy in bulk.

If you’re a regular CBD user and have trusted products you often purchase, it’s almost always worth it to buy in bulk. While stocking up with larger sizes requires a higher price upfront, over time you could be saving 20 to 40 percent. Aside from the price of materials, shipping and packing costs are usually the same whether you are purchasing $5 worth of CBD products or $50. You ultimately save money and ensure a steady supply of your favorite CBD oil or capsules in your pantry.

4. Read customer reviews.

Reviews are an invaluable resource for CBD customers seeking good value. Customer reviews help you assess the quality and efficacy of a product and provide a snapshot of how a product has benefited other customers just like you. Reviews also help you understand what you can expect from the order process and the quality of a company’s customer service. By spending some time reading through customer reviews, you get a good idea of whether a product provides good value or if your money is better spent elsewhere. Healthy Hemp Oil features over 9,000 customer reviews on our products. Visit our review page to learn more.

5. Always buy from a reputable brand.

The best companies test their products through a third-party lab and make those results readily available. There are literally thousands of brands selling CBD in various forms. Most are real companies trying to build a solid reputation, while others are less so. As enticing as low prices seem, do your due diligence. Look for quality, natural ingredients. Third-party lab testing ensures that you’re getting a safe product and gives you added peace of mind. It’s worth it to pay a little extra if it means getting a product that you know will work as intended.

6. Look for veterans assistance programs.

Some CBD companies will provide assistance programs for military veterans. These assistance programs provide discounts on products, ensuring that you can support your health and wellbeing without needing to worry about your finances. Veterans can learn more about Healthy Hemp Oil’s military discount program here.

7. Take advantage of coupon codes when available.

Most CBD companies will provide coupons and promo codes that can help you save at checkout. The savings from these coupon codes can add up, even if it is just free shipping. Keep an eye on social media accounts.

Better yet, many companies also offer free newsletters that keep you up to date on new products, articles, and deals. Newsletter subscribers usually get exclusive access to sales, giveaways and other special offers. If you find a brand or company that you love, subscribe to their newsletter.

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