Thinking of trying CBD? Here's what you need to know.
Will CBD get me ‘high?
When you think of a cannabis “high,” you’re probably thinking of the effects of THC, the psychoactive substance that is associated with heady euphoria. CBD, on the other hand, leaves patients clear-headed while still being associated with some positive effects of the plant, such as pain relief and relaxation.
What are the most common reasons for using CBD?
While many patients understand anecdotally that CBD helps them, emerging research also shows that CBD may be associated with relief from conditions including epilepsy, anxiety, PTSD, insomnia, chronic pain, and inflammation. People have also tried with success the use of CBD for menstrual relief, ADHD, pain management, and even for calming their pets.
What is the best way to take CBD?
There are lots of ways to get your CBD. Among the most popular delivery methods are CBD oils and oil-filled softgels. Both are produced the same way, so we suggest trying the consumption method that best suits your lifestyle.
What is the recommended Dose?
Start low, go slow, although CBD has been shown to be safe even when taken in high doses (300-600 mg) it’s advisable and more cost-effective to start with a low dose and increase it incrementally, observing how you feel as you go.
This method forces you to pay attention to subtle changes in your body as it responds to the medication. Everyone’s optimal dosage and tolerance is unique, and this process allows you to get acquainted with yours.