CBD is widely believed to have a soothing and relaxing effect, but without THC’s intoxicating property. Besides the non-intoxicating nature of the compound, how does CBD make you feel?
This can be tricky to answer, as users report different effects after CBD consumption – including calmness and relaxation. However, the feeling derived is dependent on several factors, including the dosage, the form of CBD, and some other individual factors.
For instance, CBD creams and notions may offer relief to pain in target areas of the body. On the other hand, a CBD-THC rich product may provide better sleep, but also get you high, based on the THC level.
Individual diet, weight, metabolism, genetics, and CBD quality are other things to factor in when determining how CBD makes you feel.
For instance, CBD oil derived from hemp have different chemical composition than that obtained from marijuana. Majorly, the marijuana plant contains a higher THC concentration than CBD.
However, it’s advisable to stick to products with not more than .3 percent THC concentration. Also, remember that besides CBD and THC, there are other cannabinoids in cannabis that synergize to give a unique effect.
Let’s discuss the different CBD forms, their content, and how each makes you feel.
By full-spectrum CBD oil, we refer to CBD oil with all the components in the hemp plant, including Cannabigerol (CBG), Cannabinol (CBN), and, notably, THC.
Full-spectrum is widely thought to offer a synergistic effect widely termed “entourage effect.”
Broad-spectrum contains all compounds in cannabis, except THC. While this CBD oil may offer near-similar synergistic effects like full-spectrum, THC’s impact is absent.
CBD has been reported safe and widely tolerated. However, a handful of users note dry mouth, drowsiness, diarrhea, lightheadedness, and change in appetite.
Although research on CBD and its effect is still in its infancy, the evidence so far supports anecdotal evidences, which shows little to no side effects, even when dosed regularly and in high dosage.
However, do well to consult your doctor before you begin with any CBD product. Besides recommending a suitable dosage for your condition, they may also suggest the best products.
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A Purple Heart decorated disabled veteran, Sean Worsley has just been released from an Alabama State prison last week on parole after serving eight months out of a five-year sentence.
The Iraq War veterans’ trouble with the law started in August 2016 when he stopped at an Alabama gas station while driving to North Carolina to help his grandmother relocate after a hurricane. At the station, police asked Worsley and his wife to turn down their car stereo, and although they complied, the cops searched their car. Inside, they found a prescription bottle filled with medical marijuana.
With Cannabidiol (CBD) is gaining widespread popularity around the world, and an increasing acceptability as a potent medicinal intervention, it is only natural to find products that do not live up to the acceptable standards of quality.
Certainly, the market is flooded with substandard products but knowing what to look out for in a high quality CBD product would require some special knowledge.
Looking to buy CBD? Here are 7 sure signs to know if your CBD is of high quality.
There are many derivatives from the cannabis plant but the ones that have caught the eyes of many are CBD and THC. CBD is renowned for its outstanding therapeutic benefits and the fact that it won’t get you high, which is unlike Delta-9 THC that although, renowned, is often the subject of deep disagreements owing to its psychotropic tendencies.
We’re certain you have heard of Delta-9 THC, but what about Delta-8? Delta-8 is gaining momentum amongst cannabis enthusiasts as well, but many are still at a loss as to what it is and how it differs from Delta-9 THC.