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Frequently Asked Question!
What is CBD?
CBD is one of over 100 cannabinoids, which are natural chemical compounds of the cannabis sativa plant. CBD has gained widespread recognition in recent years for a variety of possible health advantages due to its effect on the body’s endocannabinoid system, which influences a number of systems in the body.
The term “cannabis” can refer to both the hemp plant (where CBD is made from) and marijuana. CBD can also be sold within the legal maximum limit of 0.3% THC, which is psychoactive cannabinoid use in marijuana.
What is the difference between full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD products?
Broad spectrum CBD products have more cannabinoids (CBN, CBG) than CBD isolate (pure CBD) extract from the cannabis plant, but no THC. Full spectrum CBD products contains all or nearly all of the plant components, including up to 0.3 percent THC. Many people believe that the presence of a variety of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other substances in nature is superior to CBD alone, resulting in a beneficial “entourage effect.”
Is CBD oil safe and non-addictive?
It should be safe as long as you buy it from a reputable provider that can provide certification of the CBD products components.
Controlled human research have revealed no evidence of physical reliance, withdrawal, or tolerance. CBD oil should not be addictive when taken appropriately due to the extremely low or zero quantities of THC.
How Long Does CBD Last in Your Body?
CBD remains in your system for approximately 3-5 days, although the effects can last anywhere from 3-6 hours. Depending on the dosage as well as other personal parameters such as age, weight, and gender.
What is the best way to get started with CBD?
Should you decide to try CBD, the general rule is to “start low and go slow.” When using CBD to help symptoms and improve health, it’s advisable to establish a routine that involves taking the product at approximately the same time each day and recording how you feel.
You can expect that each dose of orally ingested CBD will last up to approximately 6 hours. Water soluble CBD can takes effect quicker, 10-15 minutes. Oil soluble CBD can have a delayed effect anywhere from 1-4 hours. You can determine what schedule and timing are appropriate for you and plan accordingly.
If an effect is not observed at a dose of 30mg, this dose could be increased.
Will CBD show up on a drug test?
CBD itself will not, drug tests check for THC in the urine.
Some CBD products (called Full Spectrum), contain up to 0.3% THC, and may be enough to fail a drug test for marijuana. This makes it very important to look at the COA of a product to ensure that THC is being tested for, and that it is non-detectable. So if you may get drug tested on your job, it is important to ensure THC levels are below 0.3% by reviewing looking for Broad Spectrum CBD, Isolate CBD, or a COA.