Where To Buy CBD In North Carolina

Are you curious about where to buy CBD in North Carolina? Unfortunately, Daddy Burt Hemp Co. products are not available in any local North Carolina stores, yet. But, we still want to help you find the CBD products you are looking for, so we put together a helpful guide on where to find quality CBD oil in North Carolina. If you can’t find a product locally, you should consider buying Daddy Burt’s CBD products online and have them shipped directly to your home.

 

CBD Is Everywhere in North Carolina

Shop All Daddy Burt Hemp Co. ProductsThousands of companies are now selling a wide range of CBD products:

But, the products are still new and many people have questions such as where or how to buy the best products for them. To simplify things, this guide will help you understand how to get started with buying your first CBD product and where you can buy it in North Carolina.

 

What is CBD?

CBD (aka cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive chemical from the hemp plant. That means CBD won’t get you high. CBD is commonly used for its popular health and wellness benefits. Cannabidiol is safe, non-addictive, legal, and doesn’t have any psychoactive effects.

 

Why do people use it?

As of June 2019, more than 11,000 studies have been published on the benefits and effects of cannabidiol. The evidence from these medical and scientific studies shows that CBD could benefit the symptoms of over 50 different medical conditions including arthritis, anxiety, pain, depression, insomnia, and more.

health and mental wellness benefits of CBD oil Listed effects of CBD are according to multiple scientific and medical studies published on the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=CBD)

How to Buy CBD in North Carolina

If you are considering buying CBD in North Carolina, you will be able to find CBD products online or in local stores.

 

Buying CBD Online

North Carolina state outline with flag overlayThe majority of CBD products are sold through online retailers. It is completely legal to buy CBD products that are made from hemp online and have them shipped directly to your home. You can buy CBD online in just a couple of minutes and have access to a larger variety of CBD products.

You only need to place your order, and everything will arrive at your doorstep. To ensure you are getting a quality product, make sure you look at customer feedback, CBD processing, and lab test results of the company before buying. You can typically find customer feedback and lab test results on each company’s product pages to confirm the quality of their products.

In fact, online sellers in North Carolina often post product reviews, letting you compare various oils according to different customer experiences to know which is suitable for you. Those reviews could also be utilized to assess the seller based on product quality, delivery, and customer service.

 

North Carolina CBD Store Locations

Map of North Carolina LoactionsCBD oils are sometimes sold over the counter at specific brick-and-mortar shops in North Carolina. This includes health stores, vitamin and supplement shops, convenience stores, drug stores, vape shops, and more. Visiting a physical store offers you the complete client experience, and service staff is typically able to help guide their customers through the purchasing process.

Unfortunately, Daddy Burt Hemp Co. products are not available in any North Carolina stores at this time. But you can purchase our products through our online store. If you do visit a North Carolina CBD store, we encourage you to recommend to the staff to add Daddy Burt’s products and have them contact us for wholesale product orders. Below is a list of stores that carry CBD products in North Carolina:

Carolina Hemp Company

  • 108 Elk Park Dr. Asheville, NC 28804

Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary

  • 582 Hendersonville Rd. Asheville, NC 28803

Nature’s Vitamins and Herbs

  • 752 Bitmore Ave. Asheville, NC 28803

Charlotte CBD

  • 2419 Central Ave. Charlotte, NC 28205

Prime Sunshine CBD OIL & Dispensary

  • 121 Greenwich Rd. Charlotte, NC 28211

Electrik Avenew

  • 2125 N Davidson St. Charlotte, NC 28205

The Magic Pipe

  • 808 Conover Blvd. Conover, NC 28613

Tobacco & Vape SHOP All CBD needs

  • 3600 Hillsborough Rd. Durham, NC 27705

Durham Vape Shop+Lounge

  • 4422 N Roxboro St. A Durham, NC 27704

Heal Tree CBD

  • 417 Foster St. Durham, NC 27701

Your CBD Store

  • 2637 Raeford Rd. Fayetteville, NC 28303

Black Oil Inc CBD & Hemp Shop

  • 928 Brighton Rd. Fayetteville, NC 28314

Madvapes

  • 4215 W Wendover Ave. Greensboro, NC 27407

Everything Hemp Store

  • 1633 New Garden Rd. Greensboro, NC 27410

Cloud 9 Smoke Shop

  • 803 W Gate City Blvd. Greensboro, NC 27403

A1 Vapor Shop

  • 915 Keller-Andrews Rd. Sanford, NC 27330

Hemp Farmacy

  • 117 Grace St. Wilmington, NC 28401

Your CBD Store

  • 5205 Carolina Beach Rd. Wilmington, NC 28412

 

How to Choose the Right CBD Company

Not all CBD products are created equal. You should always do your own homework before making a CBD purchase. Even if you’re not a CBD expert, it is fairly easy to identify which CBD brands carry quality products. There are a few things to check that will help you determine if you can trust the company:

 

Is the Company U.S. Hemp Authority Certified?

Daddy Burt Hemp Co. Certified by U.S. Hemp AuthorityThe US Hemp Authority seal is the quickest and easiest way to identify reliable, safe, and quality products. The U.S. Hemp Authority Certification Program is the hemp industry’s initiative to develop and enforce the highest standards of quality, safety, and adherence to best practices. The U.S. Hemp Authority independently verifies that hemp and CBD companies are following approved safe manufacturing processes and developing quality products. Including Daddy Burt Hemp Co., there are only 20 companies currently certified by the U.S. Hemp Authority.

 

Are There Independent Lab Results with Accurate Concentrations of CBD?

Independent third-party lab testing icon with starWhen you are buying CBD, you want to get what you’re paying for. Unfortunately, there are minimal regulations on how CBD products are produced. Reputable companies will sell you products with the advertised amount of CBD, but there are bad apples that will sell you products with less CBD (measured in mg) than promised. To check the concentration of CBD, you should look at independent third-party lab results that show how much CBD is in the product. This will also show the concentration of other chemicals from the plant, such as THC, which is important if you are drug tested.

 

Can You Contact The Company?

Daddy Burt Hemp Co. Logo with Daddy Burt ImageAre there real people, with a real phone number, and a real address that you can contact if you have questions about the product? Is there customer support to help you or did the company just put out low-quality cheap products and hide?  At Daddy Burt Hemp Co. our founder, Bob Estes, is proud to put his family name and legacy on our product, literally. You can call us at (859) 447-6806, contact us online, or stop by our office in Lexington, KY.

 

These are three of the main ways to identify the best brand of CBD products. There are many other factors to consider, below are a few more reasons why you should trust Daddy Burt’s CBD products.

  • Our Plant-To-Product System tracks your product from seed until we deliver it to you.
  • Our products made from natural Kentucky-grown hemp without pesticides
  • Independent third-party laboratory testing is available for every product
  • Fair prices & free shipping to anywhere in the U.S.
  • Full 30-day money back guarantee on our products

Is CBD Legal in North Carolina?

United States Map Outline with "Is CBD Legal?Yes. Residents of North Carolina can buy CBD products online or in stores if the CBD is made from hemp. No prescription, card, or special license is needed to purchase or use hemp-derived CBD products in North Carolina. Hemp is an agricultural plant that is federally legal if it has less than 0.3% THC according to the 2018 Farm Bill. If the CBD comes from a plant with higher than 0.3% THC then it is illegal in North Carolina and on the federal level.

Note: The information on our website and any other communication of Daddy Burt Hemp Co. is for informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice.

Final Thoughts on Buying CBD Oil in North Carolina

If you are looking for a place to buy CBD in North Carolina, you can purchase it online or in many stores near you.

Daddy Burt Hemp Co.’s products are expanding to different stores across the country but haven’t reached your area yet. In the meantime, you can check out our online store for quality, trustworthy, and effective CBD products that will be shipped directly to your door with a 30-day money back guarantee.

Written by:

Sean Cope

Sean is a CBD expert and employee at Daddy Burt Hemp Co. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a double major in Communications and American Culture in 2014 and has also worked in a variety of marketing positions. Sean currently specializes in educating people about the benefits of CBD through writing articles that are supported by scientific evidence. He has spent countless hours reviewing medical and scientific studies about cannabidiol and writing about them so that others can understand. Sean is a contributor for Nutritional Outlook Magazine and has been featured on Analytical Cannabis, Dayton.com, Cincinnati.com and many more.Sean wants to highlight the following Daddy Burt article: CBD for Addiction