CBD, also known as cannabidiol is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis flower. It’s legal as long as it adheres to the law, that being CBD should contain no more than 0.3% THC.
There is still much to be understood about CBD.
Despite the previously proven benefits, doctors encourage consumers to exercise caution too. There simply haven’t been enough studies to know everything about all of its benefits and side effects to say for certain it’s a miracle substance for the general consumption.
It’s important to talk to your medical provider before beginning to use CBD oil because it can interact with other medications you may be taking. Doctors advise looking at labels carefully and buying quality products.
The lack of regulation means anything online can be easily compromised, and quality can vary widely.
No vitamins are ever FDA approved.
CBD is one of the many chemical compounds in a class called cannabinoids that naturally occur in cannabis plants.
While THC is the most famous of cannabinoids for its ability to get us “high”, CBD delivers mental and physical benefits without the high from marijuana.
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Theoretically, CBD should not show up on a drug test. But because most CBD products are classified as a supplement, it is not regulated for safety and purity.
This means that contamination of the CBD with THC may and does occur, and this may show up on a drug test, depending on the cutoff level of the test and other factors listed below.
This is more likely to happen if the CBD you are buying is marijuana-derived CBD rather than hemp-derived CBD. Hemp-derived CBD is required by law to contain less than 0.3% THC.
If you want to pass a drug test, don’t take CBD; or if you are taking it legally within your State’s laws, then declare it (however it still may be contaminated with THC unless brought by a reputable supplier who guarantees it to be THC-free).
CBD isn’t psychoactive. It’s made from hemp oil which does not have the psychoactive qualities found in THC. While using CBD, you can maintain a clear mind and an active lifestyle.
Cannabinoids are capable of interacting with the body and the brain through the endocannabinoid system (ECS). While THC and other cannabinoids act directly on the cannabinoid receptors in the ECS, cannabidiol has a slightly different nature.
It depends on your body weight and metabolism.
The amount of body fat influences the amount of CBD needed to be effective. Someone with a larger body mass will require more CBD in order to feel the effects. Body weight and mass also affect how long CBD remains in the system
The body’s metabolism also determines how long it takes to break down and synthesize compounds, which affects how long it takes the body to process and metabolize the cannabinoid.
The best way to store your CBD oil is in an upright position in a spot with a stable temperature away from extreme light, heat, or moisture. A dry pantry is a perfect place for storing your CBD oil. Another option is to store it in a refrigerator.
While it’s entirely possible for trace amounts of THC to be left over in CBD products, it’s typically not enough to induce a euphoric effect.
We will accept UNOPENED bottles within 14 days of purchase.
The customer is responsible for all shipping and handling charges in relation to shipping the product back to us.
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