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CBD Frequently Asked Questions

CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD you can find on the market. It does not contain other cannabinoids than CBD, making it the ideal choice for those yearning for the unadulterated cannabidiol experience.

While other CBD products might contain essential oils, terpenes, and other cannabinoids, CBD isolate has none of that. Instead, it offers numerous potential wellness benefits without the interference of other cannabis compounds.

CBD isolate usually looks like a white powder or crystalline substance. Because of that, it’s easily distinguishable from other types of CBD products. Just like with any other CBD product, you can use it sublingually, add it to your favorite foods and beverages, or mix it with terpenes to create homemade CBD concentrates that you can vape.

Taking CBD should always be preceded by consulting a healthcare professional. Otherwise, you expose yourself to unnecessary risks. For example, CBD may alter the effectiveness of other drugs, including antibiotics, heart rhythm medications, and blood thinners like Warfarin.

On top of that, CBD may double up on the side effects of other substances, causing drowsiness, nausea, or lightheadedness.

People who should be especially careful are those expecting a child and taking over-the-counter or prescribed medications. The same goes for people taking supplements and other kinds of herbal products. Those individuals must be aware of CBD’s potential drug interactions and act cautiously.

Usually, when people need to target a specific body part, they opt for topical solutions. Creams, lotions, salves, ointments, and subdermal patches can support you if you are after localized pain relief.

Whether you have sustained an injury during your last workout or have been dealing with arthritis for the past couple of years, CBD topicals might be the answer to your problems. They are designed to deliver this natural substance quickly and effectively. You no longer need to wait to reap CBD’s wellness properties. Instead, these products promote a lightning-fast relaxing experience, so you can properly unwind.

The entourage effect is a theory that suggests there exists a unique property of cannabinoids present in the cannabis plant. This property allows them to work in harmony to create more beneficial effects.

According to this hypothesis, whenever two cannabinoids are taken together, they work in tandem to increase the likelihood of experiencing potential benefits and may mitigate some of the possible side effects. Still, this phenomenon is yet to be thoroughly explored and proven, which is why you might want to start low and precisely manage your dosage.

Using CBD products is not like eating candy. Although the market is full of brands selling tasty CBD edibles, such as CBD gummies, taking them in large quantities could bring you more harm than good. For example, you might experience adverse side effects like diarrhea, vomiting, and drowsiness.

Before using CBD products, check with your healthcare provider to learn the recommended dose for your needs, or read our guide on dosing.

Some people report feeling a bit lightheaded after taking CBD. However, the side effects produced by this substance are usually not as long-lasting as to affect you the following day. How long CBD stays in your body depends on several factors, such as your dosage, body composition, and frequency of use.

More often than not, knowing how long CBD will stay in your system is a good indicator of how long you may experience its side effects. If you are concerned about having any adverse reaction to your CBD product, consult your doctor beforehand.

CBD and THC, while being what we would call cousins in the cannabis world, are miles apart from each other when it comes to their wellness properties. The former is a non-intoxicating substance, meaning it will not get you high. THC, on the other hand, is well-known for its intoxicating effects.

Another significant difference between these two substances is their legality. CBD is legal on the federal level, so if no state laws prevent its production and distribution, you’re free to grow it, sell it, and buy it. THC, however, is a Schedule I substance. As such, it is illegal unless your state laws say otherwise.

When it comes to using CBD, everyone reacts differently. Some people begin by taking edibles only to feel let down by their slow absorption rate, while others experiment with CBD vapes and get put off by their distinct taste and rapid onset of effects.

If you are a CBD beginner, consider your needs. Ask yourself: what am I looking for in this product, and what is the most suitable method to achieve this goal? Alternatively, you can always ask us for advice or consult your doctor to make sure you use the right product.

Yes, CBD is considered generally safe for humans — provided you follow the necessary precautions. As with any substance, you should always read the label and follow the instructions. Additionally, beware of taking too much CBD at once, as it can result in negative side effects, including nausea and dizziness.

Talk to your healthcare provider if you have some medical conditions or take drugs. They will help you determine what products are safe to take and which ones are best left avoided. 

When you should take your CBD dosage largely depends on your daily schedule and what purpose the substance needs to serve.

For example, if you want to promote better sleep, you might be better off taking your CBD oil an hour before going to bed rather than during the day. Conversely, taking CBD first thing in the morning can be a good idea if you want to ease off into the upcoming day and relax a little before going to work.

Think about the goal you want to achieve, learn more about the potential benefits of using CBD products, and experiment a bit to find the best time to take CBD for you.

No, it cannot. Even though CBD supports relaxation and many people use it to promote stress relief, the substance itself is non-intoxicating. It does not produce feelings of overwhelming euphoria, commonly referred to as being high.

What it does, however, is help the user find peace in our increasingly chaotic world. Many people use CBD to promote improved physical and mental well-being, including dealing with trauma, depression, or anxiety.

Many people wonder if taking CBD all day or every day will result in them experiencing adverse effects. Sadly, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. The primary reason for it is that it depends on your dosage.

If you stay within the maximum daily dosage of your CBD product of choice, you can take smaller amounts of the substance throughout the day. For example, you could cut your gummies in half for a smaller serving of CBD. However, beware of taking too much of it because it could rob you of CBD’s therapeutic effects and increase the possibility of side effects.

Before taking CBD for the first time, it is wise to take a look at our comprehensive CBD guide to learn more about the substance and its potential benefits. You also might want to talk to your doctor. This way, you can get professional advice regarding dosing and drug interactions.

We recommend contacting us to determine what product is best for you. Thanks to it, you will not regret your purchase and will enter the CBD world in the best possible way.

Broad-spectrum CBD offers most of the compounds found in the cannabis plant, excluding THC. This combination of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids may not provide an equally potent entourage effect as a product with CBD and THC in its ingredient list. Nevertheless, it still comes to the table with several benefits.

The main advantage of using broad-spectrum products is that you don’t have to worry about failing a drug test. As no THC is present, taking a test won’t result in a false positive.

Cannabidiol is still pretty new on the market. As a result, many people are selling CBD products of, mildly speaking, subpar quality. You may even encounter some scams that provide buyers with oils or tinctures that do not work. Taking such a product may have unpleasant consequences.

CBD itself can also negatively affect your health — especially if taken alongside other medication or in high doses. To stay on the safe side, you should always buy your CBD products from trusted sources, carefully read the label, and consult your doctor before taking the substance.

The time after which you will feel the first effects of taking CBD varies. Sometimes, you might notice a change almost immediately. Other times, it could be hours before anything happens.

How you take CBD plays a crucial role in determining when the effects will kick in. Different consumption methods yield different time schedules for seeing the impact.

For example, taking a CBD edible requires it to pass through your digestive system first before reaching your bloodstream. Because of that, you shouldn’t expect to see the difference right away. Vaping or taking CBD oil sublingually are consumption methods that offer the effects much faster but also make them quicker to fade away.

Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill (signed into law by Donald Trump), CBD is federally legal. It means that its default status is the same across all states.

As long as the CBD product comes from hemp and contains no more than 0.3% THC in dry weight, it’s entirely legal in the United States. However, your local regulations may prohibit the sale and purchase of this substance. Currently, Idaho is the state with the most strict policies regarding CBD usage.

Check your local laws to see if you can safely buy CBD and use it for private purposes.

Usually, CBD needs some time to deliver its wellness benefits. Still, the precise time when your CBD product will work depends on the consumption method.

Taking CBD orally is best suited for those with a lot of patience. As CBD needs to go through your digestive system before reaching the bloodstream, you might need to wait about an hour or two.

If you don’t have that much time, taking CBD sublingually or inhaling it are excellent alternatives. They offer about 15-minute and 3-minute onset times, respectively. It allows you to enjoy the effects almost instantly.

While manufacturers remove THC to create CBD isolate and broad-spectrum products, there is also a third option. It involves taking all the compounds offered by the cannabis plant and mixing them together for the most potent effect, which results in the creation of full-spectrum CBD.

The amount of THC in the final product cannot exceed 0.3% to be legal in the US. Nonetheless, even such a tiny amount is enough to experience the entire spectrum of chemicals, making it a popular choice on the market.

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