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CBD FAQs

What You Should Know

Is CBD Oil legal?

The CBD Oil that is made from industrial hemp contains less than 0.3% THC.  CBD Oil that contains less than 0.3% THC is legal to sell in all 50 states in the USA.

 

Will CBD Oil show up on drug tests?

The majority of drug test that are conducted are for tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).  Our CBD Oil is tested by a third party for THC.  If the THC is less than 0.3%, we are able to legally sell the CBD Oil.  It is unlikely that a minute amount of THC will show up on a drug test when taking CBD Oil, but it can not be 100% promised.  

 

Will I catch a buzz from CBD Oil?

Due to the trace amount of THC in CBD Oil (less than o.3%), you will not get high.

 

What are the side effects of taking CBD Oil?

According to the most recent research the reported side effects of taking CBD Oil is minor.  When taken in large amounts, it has been reported that CBD Oil can cause drowsiness.

How Much CBD Oil Should I Take?

Unfortunately, there is not a standard amount of CBD that one should take. Based on your body and wellness goals, the serving size will vary. Determining how much CBD oil to take will, at first, be a process of trial and error.

 

What is the Potency of CBD Oil?

First, you’ll need to consider the potency of CBD in the product you are taking. Potency refers to the concentration of CBD in a product. After choosing the way you want to take CBD, you’ll need to decide the milligrams of CBD you want to take. We are not doctors so we cannot prescribe what CBD potency would be best for you. However, this can be discovered with research and a talk with your physician.

If you are looking to begin with a low potency CBD product, edibles or low CBD capsules are a great place to start. These products will lightly introduce CBD into your system. For a medium potency, tinctures, vape, and capsules are a good fit. These products can be easily built up to create an ideal serving size. For the highest potency of CBD, CBD hemp oil concentrates are your go-to.

 

How Much CBD Oil should I take per day? 

Once you have chosen the potency you’d like to use, we suggest starting with the serving size that is recommended by the manufacturer. This will serve as a starting point for comparison. Take the recommended amount for a week and then reflect on how you feel. If after a week you are not achieving your desired results, increase the serving size and continue your new routine for another week. Repeat this process until you feel that your proper serving size has been identified.

 

How Much Should I spend on CBD Oil?

When deciding which product to take, it is helpful to set a budget. For many, CBD is a recurring purchase. Determining how much you can afford to spend on CBD will help guide you to the product you wish to take.

When setting a budget, it is helpful to compare the price versus the value of a product. A product at a higher price may be a higher value depending on the CBD content. Some questions to ask when determining value:

  • How much CBD do I want to take daily?

  • How many servings does this product provide?

  • How much will each serving cost me?

 

How is CBD metabolized when consumed orally? Is it converted to another compound?

CBD is metabolized into an analogous compound, 7-hydroxy-CBD, by the liver. Some 6-OH-CBD may also be formed. But scientists know relatively little about the activity (or lack thereof) of these compounds. There is strong evidence that CBD does not convert to significant amounts THC in the stomach.

As you discover which type of product works best for you, it will become easier to determine which product is the best value.

I have heard that CBD is the dominant cannabinoid in hemp plants. Can I just smoke or ingest hemp or ditchweed to get the healing effects of CBD?

It is true that hemp fiber or seed strains will be relatively high in CBD compared to THC, but the overall cannabinoid content of industrial hemp will probably be low. Industrial Hemp is genetically bred to produce fiber for various products or seed for omega oil and nutritional supplements. Industrial hemp is generally not bred for resin production. Without selective breeding for CBD content, CBD yields from hemp are likely to be low.

Still, Have Questions?

We understand the process of finding the right CBD product can be confusing at times, so we hope this post is helpful. If you still have additional questions about buying CBD, we would love to chat! Contact us at 608-709-6845 or send an e-mail to TPot@CBD4Pain.net