The average cost of CBD oil is $32 or 11 cents per milligram for a concentration of 3% CBD. Even if you can afford that price tag, being uncertain about the product and purchasing a large amount of it that may end up unused is wasting money and time. With a constant influx of new, trendy health treatments, staying relevant can really make a dent in your wallet. Proceed carefully, however, and you’ll have the best of both worlds.
Small And Sample Sizes
When you set out to acquire a new health treatment, you don’t have to purchase a large quantity. While it’s sometimes true that things become lower in price when bought in a larger amount, this tactic doesn’t pay off unless you actually end up getting use from it in its entirety. When you’re trying something out for the first time, it’s difficult to make that kind of commitment - and thankfully you don’t have to. There are options available that will provide you with smaller product sizes. Companies typically provide several sizes: sample, deluxe sample, and full size. Opt for the deluxe size to make sure you have enough product, without spending more than necessary.
Split The Cost
If the trend you want to try isn’t available in a smaller size, don’t fret; you can still stay current. Rally up a couple of friends - brothers, sisters, cousins, mothers - that are interested in the treatment as well, go all out for the full-sized product, and split the cost amongst you. That way you all can try the trend at a lesser price. You can easily divide the product between yourselves with the use of travel-size shampoo bottles or tiny snack containers - even baby food jars can do the trick. These might cost you a few bucks, but this approach will save you a lot more cash overall.
Do Your Research
As a final approach to staying trending with health products and treatments, eliminate the ones that you know won’t be useful or beneficial to you in any way. This can be very subjective, so do your research, and draw a conclusion based on your desired outcome versus other people’s experiences. Trends are fun and interesting, but let’s face it, they’re not all gems. If all signs point to a dud, save your money for trying something else - there are plenty!
Trends change from week to week, month to month, and year to year. Keeping up with them is quite an undertaking. In addition to these methods, consider triage for trends you want to try; go in the order of what you’re most interested in. This way you’re set, one way or another, for a happy ending.
About The Author:
Jennifer Trent is a freelance writer and editor. As a former nutrition consultant, her specialist areas include health and nutrition. When not working she loves to read, travel and spend time with her young family.