First off what is CBD?
Hemp can grow as high as 20 feet with leaves bunched near the top of the stem. Marijuana is shorter and resembles a bush with more leaves and buds surrounding the plant's body.
Start with a small dosage of CBD and increase slowly every 3-5 days until you reach your desired effect. Your ideal dosage of CBD depends on a lot of different factors, such as your body weight, body chemistry and the condition your treating or just overall health improvement you're wanting to achieve, and the actual amount of CBD or milligrams that are in the product your using.
"Plants and accounts for up to 40% of the plant's extract. In 2018, clinical research on cannabidiol included preliminary studies of anxiety, cognition, movement disorders, and pain.” -Wikipedia.
Just so this doesn’t sound like a college term paper let’s get to what we want to know about CBD shall we?
Will I get high from CBD?
NOPE! It’s just not going to happen, and here’s why.
Yes, both Hemp and Marijuana are versions of the Sativa L. plant but are two different plants.
Hemp vs. Marijuana
While hemp and marijuana are both parts of the cannabis species, each has unique properties that distinguish its use.
Hemp can grow as high as 20 feet with leaves bunched near the top of the stem. Marijuana is shorter and resembles a bush with more leaves and buds surrounding the plants body.
Hemp contains .03 percent or less of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) while marijuana contains 5 to 35 percent THC.
Hemp has no psychoactive properties while we all know marijuana does.
Hemp can grow in most climates, bunched together with other plants and requires little care, while marijuana must be carefully monitored and controlled.
Important Notes on the Two:
- Hemp contains 0.3 or less THC
- Hemp Is naturally high in Cannabidiol (CBD)
- CBD Hemp oil is legal in all 50 states
- Marijuana has high levels of THC
- Marijuana is legal only in certain states
- Hemp is naturally high in Cannabidiol (CBD)
How should I take CBD?
Hemp contains 0.3 or less THC Hemp Is naturally high in cannabidiol (CBD)CBD Hemp oil is legal in all 50 states marijuana has high levels of THCMarijuana is legal only in certain states marijuana will get you High or just improved health overall? Here are some popular forms that CBD can be found in.
CBD Oil (tinctures) can have different carriers i.e. grapeseed oil, MCT oil, and hemp seed oil CBD in capsules (oils & powders)CBD Oral SpraysCBD Gummies CBD Coffee, cookies, candies and even protein powders, etc.
Then there are External products these include;
CBD Infused Topicals:
Lotions, creams, oilsPatchesSpraysBeard oilsTattoo CreamsSkin CareHair CareBath Bombs
What can I use CBD for?
The use and benefits of CBD are many and more discoveries are being made all the time as the research continues. This list is not exhaustive or complete, but these are many of the known issues that CBD has proven to be effective in, but you don’t need to have a specific health issue to benefit from CBD, CBD can improve general health as well by enhancing the bodies endocannabinoid system.
According to the national institute for health, this includes but is not limited to:
Chronic PainParkinson’s Disease EpilepsyInflammationAnxietyCognitive FunctionNauseaADHDPsoriasisDepressionAcneAgingGastrointestinal issuesHeadaches-MigrainesMuscle AcheJoint PainDiabetesHeart DiseaseHigh Blood PressureRheumatoid Arthritis Alzheimer’sALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) MS (Multiple Sclerosis)
CBD is an all-natural non-toxic compound; you cannot overdose on it.
The short answer is No!
CBD is an all-natural nontoxic compound; you cannot overdose on it.
What Dosage should I take?
- Hemp is naturally high in cannabidiol (CBD) slowly every 3-5 days until you reach your desired effect. Your ideal dosage of CBD depends on a lot of different factors, such as your body weight, body chemistry and the condition your treating or just overall health improvement you're wanting to achieve, and the actual amount of CBD or milligrams that are in the product your using.
So, there are a few of the things should know about CBD, we hope this helps and look forward to any and all feedback.