If you’re thinking about adding CBD oil or any other CBD product to your daily regimen, talk to your doctor first. Especially if you’re on other medications as mentioned above, there could be adverse effects.
Not all CBD is 100% equal. If you’ve been shopping around for CBD products then you’ve probably noticed packaging that says “full-spectrum” or “isolate”.
The most popular ways to take CBD is by dropper or by vaping it electronically. CBD oil usually comes in the form of a tincture with varying dosages that you would be taking sublingually.
The legality of CBD entirely depends on its source. Since 2018 when the Farm Bill passed, hemp became legal in all 50 states. This means that all hemp-derived CBD is legal as well. However, CBD and THC combinations are only legal in states where medicinal or recreational marijuana is legal.
The biggest concern is how CBD will react with other medications as it is known to slow down the process by which your liver metabolizes drugs and breaks down chemicals. If you are already on prescription medications and are thinking of taking CBD, it is important to speak with your doctor before trying it on your own.
By now you’ve learned that the levels of CBD and THC vary by the strain of Cannabis. They both have similar genetic makeup and they both have significant therapeutic properties. However, they have different effects on the body. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main psychoactive compound found in the Cannabis plant. It has medicinal properties that …
Taking CBD for pain relief has become widely popular and for good reason. Our bodies have what is called an Endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS plays a crucial physiological role within our bodies. That role is to maintain the balance throughout each of our systems so that our cells can maintain optimum performance. The ECS …
While CBD generally comes from the same plant as THC, it will not get you high.
Cannabidiol or, CBD, is a naturally occurring chemical compound that comes from the Cannabis plant (Cannabis Sativa). Next to THC, it’s the most prevalent phytocannabinoid out of over 100 found within the flowers and leaves of the plant. The phytocannabinoids are what give the plant its hearty therapeutic properties.