To most industry farmers it is no mystery that CBD isolate has developed into a promising and exciting new market to tap into. However, with new markets, there are often opposing views on what a fair market price really is. Only through data and industry knowledge can these prices be determined. For example, the costs for processing at each step varies depending on what you start with and what kind of extraction process you are using. Therefore, price points will sometime vary, and brokers can take advantage of this, sharing misinformation in order to make a deal.
With the legal status of CBD steadily shifting towards being accepted and incorporated into our health care systems, farmers and processors are actively looking to source and sell their products. It’s quite possible that over the course of a few weeks that the demand for CBD will rapidly increase and then the price point will shift. Particularly if and when the cannabinoid is considered completely legal and a benefit to medical patients across the country in the eyes of our government. CBD is an amazing chemical and it sure to remain a strong market for the foreseeable future.
As Jason from Tweedle Farms, puts it, “the concentrate and extract market is rife with counterfeiters and charlatans – people who aren’t licensed to do what they’re doing”. The high number of illegitimate brokers and players subsequently draws in the scrutiny of the DEA. So being knowledgeable on your isolation processes, laws and market prices are essential to maintaining both good business and good standing in the eyes of law enforcement.
Generally speaking, CBD isolate seems to be independent of the price fluctuations associated with flower and raw material. It is not cheaper during harvest, nor more expensive when it’s not, rather prices are influenced by where the market itself chooses to go. For instance, a growing trend is to extract isolates of different cannabinoids besides THC and CBD, like CBG, and/or CBN. Thus in due time we may see the market move towards cannabinoids that are in even less concentrations than THC and CBD and thus will be more expensive to extract and more expensive to buy.
Currently, the market price for a kilo of isolate averages at $7.5K/Kilo, anywhere between $7,400/Kilo – $7,600/Kilo. Although you may have spoken to a broker looking to purchase it at $4,600/Kilo in the past, these guys are looking to make a steal. Some factors that are involved in determining the prices are the starting material and the type of processing equipment a seller is using. If someone has larger extractors than the competition, they have the capacity to purchase lower grade material in order to extract the same amount of cannabinoids as a smaller extractor using higher grade material. Depending on the yields, one process may be cheaper to extract, permitting a lower sale price than the other. However, this difference in price seems to be within $100.00 of the average, according to the businesses we spoke to, see below.
Currently, our CBD oil is priced much cheaper than most online CBD companies. We can offer even better bulk CBD oil prices to our customers. Price breaks on CBD oil start as low as 10 bottles and larger breaks continue above 100 bottles. If you are looking for bulk CBD oil, it is recommended to reach out to our sales team now.
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Bulk Regular CBD Oil
Regular CBD oil is created from a mixture or carrier oils and CBD isolate. Our CBD isolate used to create our bulk CBD oil is priced very affordably. In fact, we are one of the cheapest vendors online. The CBD isolate used to manufacture our regular CBD oil is over 99% pure and extracted from American-grown hemp. Our regular CBD is great for resale because it is cheap, and total THC compliant. Many customers who take CBD oil do not want any THC in their products, so this is another great benefit of bulk regular CBD oil.
Our bulk bottled broad-spectrum CBD oil is a great seller. Like regular CBD oil, broad-spectrum contains 0% THC. However, broad-spectrum still has trace elements of other cannabinoids and terpenes from the hemp plant. Therefore, it is the perfect balance between regular CBD oil and full-spectrum. Reach out to our sales team now to learn more about our bulk broad-spectrum CBD oil for sale.
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As we enter the second half of 2020, where do we see prices going? There’s always two ways to view a trend, and usually both sides have good reasoning.
Since February 2020, the whole hemp flower price has held steady around $160 per pound.
Below you’ll find prices for different hemp categories over the last 6+ months, and the current market wholesale hemp prices. We will occasionally update this page with new data throughout the year, so be sure to bookmark it.
How Price Indexes are Calculated
Because boomers’ awareness of CBD’s health benefits is growing, Lee explained, many are shifting from trial use to becoming daily users. In fact, the number of boomers who reported using CBD 5 or more times per week rose from 36% in 2019 to over half (56%) in 2020, according to Brightfield Group’s consumer insights. They also found that 19% of boomer CBD consumers reported using CBD multiple times per day. Forbes
No data set is perfect. There are some considerations to take, when looking at the analytics and making your own business decisions.
“Samples” or small orders of CBD Isolate sold for upwards of $5 per gram.
Other popular cannabinoids such as CBG, CBC, and CBN continue to increase in demand.