CBD Information And Reviews

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CBD Information and Reviews

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CBD Basics

When you search for answers to the question of “what is CBD good for“, the top answers may come from reputable sites like Healthline, WebMD, Medical News Today, and the Mayo Clinic.

The consensus is that many people believe CBD oil to be useful for common health issues including; anxiety, depression, acne, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, sleeping disorders, seizures, pain and symptom relief from cancer, and several other ailments.

The medical community has prescribed cannabidiol (CBD) oil to treat seizures but I have found no other evidence of doctor-prescribed CBD. The medical community does agree that the general public has reported benefits and they agree that further research is warranted.

If CBD Oil is likely to produce benefits for you, is it worth trying? This is still a controversial subject. You can find thousands of testimonials from people adamant about the benefits, but what about the risks?

  • CBD can cause side effects, such as dry mouth, diarrhea, reduced appetite, drowsiness and fatigue. CBD can also interact with other medications you’re taking, such as blood thinners.
  • Reliability and purity are in question; does it contain less CBD than advertised or worse does it contain things you do not want to ingest?

How safe is CBD oil?

The general consensus is that CBD is well-tolerated and safe, although this website does not give medical advice.

If you look at the possible side-effects and decide to move forward, the next step is to discuss the matter with your doctor. You doctor can help you figure out if there will be any interactions with current prescriptions as well as talk to you about dosage of CBD products and whether or not it is right for you.


CBD Safety Plan

  1. Discuss taking CBD with your doctor
  2. Research brands
  3. Select a reputable brand
  4. Organic and Natural
  5. Grown and processed in the US
  6. Third-party verified
  7. Follow CBD Dosing Guidelines

1. Choose Hemp-based CBD

The United States Farm Bill of 2018 classified industrial hemp as containing less than 0.3% THC. Select CBD products made from Hemp containing less than 0.3% THC, and you are allowed by U.S. Federal law to buy and use it in all 50 states.

You may also want to look at CBD Isolates; isolates are the purest form of CBD and have 0.0% THC.

Next, consider Broad Spectrum instead of Full Spectrum. Similar to Isolates, broad spectrum products remove 100% of the THC.

2. Print and carry the 3rd Party test results.

In the event you are ever questioned about the contents of your CBD oil, you can produce the test results that show exactly what the oil contains in terms of THC – or lack thereof.

As CBD has become more mainstream; this step is not needed as much.

NOTE:

At the time of this writing, the most restrictive states we’re aware of are:

  • Nebraska
  • Idaho
  • South Dakota
  • California (only edibles are restricted)

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