1. Are there side effects of CBD?
Some of the most common side effects people have experienced has been dry mouth and drowsiness.
2. Will CBD make me fail a drug test?
To answer this question as clearly as possible; When CBD is first produced it does have trace amounts of THC (typically .3% or less). This may trigger positive/failed drug results depending on sensitivity of the test. There are many products produced that have had the THC completely filtered out, so if you’re worried about being tested these products will be safe and should always be labeled with Zero THC. Keep in mind that not all CBD companies are created equal and you will want to make sure that quality is a top priority.
3. How much CBD should I take?
As a consensus, We’ve have found taking anywhere from 15mg-25mg (roughly a full dropper of a 1000mg tincture) once or twice daily is a good starting point and is sufficient in getting the desired relief.
4. How do I know my CBD is of high quality?
Always make sure you do your research on where the product has come from and above all to make sure it is 3rd party tested and verified.
5. What is CBD?
CBD is a compound found in the cannabis plant called Cannabidiol. Most commonly, CBD is derived from hemp; a particular strain of cannabis sativa that is specially grown to have very high levels of CBD and very low levels of THC.
6. Can I use CBD for pain?
Yes, A few years ago, doctors would have gone straight to their prescription pad and have you doped up on opioids. You have more options now. Cannabidiol, or CBD, is changing the way the medical community thinks about pain. It’s an all-natural, completely safe treatment method that carries no risk of addiction. Unlike opioids, CBD won’t get you “high” feeling.
7. Can my Cat or Dog take CBD?
Yes, many owners swear by the product that it has absolutely transformed their pets’ lives. The soothing calming effects can help our sometimes-anxious furry family members.
8. How does CBD work?
CBD reacts with the ECS-Endocannabinoid system. This is something your body already has naturally. Better yet, it’s in almost every cell in your body. The ECS is responsible for having major effects on Mood, Anxiety, Stress, Sleep, and Pain Reception. CBD talks to a specific neurotransmitter.