Frequently Asked Questions About CBD

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Frequently asked questions about CBD
  1. Is CBD’s use legal?

Yes. To be very precise, using CBD is legal in many countries. There is a completely different cannabinoid compound THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) which is behind the illegalization of marijuana across the world. But pure CBD compounds only contain CBD and do not have any or very minute concentration of THC.

CBD and THC, being a part of the same family of cannabinoid compounds derived from a single source, are often confused with each other.

However, both are completely unique to each other and have entirely different effects on the user. CBD is the one without any psychoactive element. To avoid any inconvenience and to stay out of jail, always double check the laws of where you live and where you work.

Although CBD obtained from the hemp plant is almost legal everywhere, but it is, however, better to cover all your bases.

  1. How do CBD effect memory and learning?

Thanks to the confusion between CBD and THC, many people think CBD is addictive and can cause short-term memory impairment, which is of course, NOT TRUE.

CBD does not harm your brain in any possible way, it does not induce memory loss. In fact, there are a few people who turned to CBD to improve their memory and to gain the specific neuro benefits CBD provides.

In short, CBD strengthens the memory and the learning capabilities. Again, it is not CBFD but THC which affects the memory and creates hindrance in learning activities.

  1. Is CBD any good for pets?

Although it may sound indifferent to many people, CBD products are also very effective for pets like dogs.

CBD helps in treating ailments like arthritis, pain, inflammation, nervousness etc. CBD can also address the misbehavior of the pets.

Apparently, CBD has similar effects on pets as it has in humans.

  1. Can I vape CBD oil?

Ever wondered if you can vape CBD? Well, Yes you can.

CBD oil or hemp oil can be vaped. In fact, it is one of the very famous ways of ingesting CBD. It is kind of a recreational activity which gives you health benefits as well.

If you like to vape, well why not vape for health. It’s a convenient way to embrace your CBD goals, also it offers more bioavailability.

  1. Will CBD oil get me high?

Worried if CBD oil would get you high?

Well, we have got good news.

Or Bad news!

Depending on what are your intentions with CBD.

CBD will not get you high. It is NOT psycho-active. It does not contain any psychoactive element. Again, it’s the THC which gets you high, not CBD. In fact, this is the very reason for its legalization and which makes it the best medication for various diseases. Physicians do not hesitate to recommend CBD medicines to the patients.  CBD oil is extracted purposefully from the hemp plant with little to no THC concentration.

  1. Are Hemp, Marijuana, Cannabis and CBD oil all same?

So many terms, so much buzz? Thinking what this all fuss is about?  Aren’t they all mean the same thing? If not, what is the difference?

Well, they are almost very same, yet so different.

Hemp oil is extracted from hemp plants. Hemp belongs to the same class of plants as marijuana i.e. cannabis Sativa. But the contents of both plants are unique to each other. The hemp plant is purposefully grown to have none to low concentrations of THC, the psychoactive element. It is often added to food supplements to intake CBD.

CBD oil is extracted from the flowers of cannabis and has a high concentration of CBD. This is the reason behind its extensive use as a medicine for various diseases.

Marijuana, on the other hand, is rich with THC and is bred mostly for recreational purposes rather than the medicinal and industrial ones.

  1. In what forms CBD is available?

Well, many CBD products for sale are available online. What product should you use depends on what are you trying to treat? Like there are CBD oil, CBD tinctures, supplements, capsules, creams, sprays, shampoos etc.

Now CBD oil can be used in various ways: there is one which can be used as a food additive and another which can be applied directly on the effective areas (used by patients of arthritis).

CBD tinctures have their own medicinal qualities. This is one of the direct methods to intake CBD. When taken sublingually (by keeping few drops directly under the tongue for at least 90 sec) it adds directly to the bloodstream, skipping the digestion process.

CBD supplements and capsules are just another way of taking CBD, a more pharmaceutical form.

Ever since CBD has surfaced, it has gained so much of the popularity. How could the cosmetic industry not jump to the opportunity of dragging CBD in various products and use its name? well, why not! It is all organic. It is the hot stuff for them and products with CBD label on them, sell like hot cakes. You will find CBD creams, shampoos, balms, sprays, everything.

Well now, do you realize how much effort they are putting in for you to take CBD?

  1. How much CBD should I take?

If you are new to CBD, it is always better to start with small doses. What’s even better is to consult your doctor or physician for the right prescription and dosage.

The right amount of dosage depends on several factors such as your age, weight, present health condition, gender, lifestyle, medical history, personal preferences etc.

  1. Where can I get cbd products near me?

After reading all the great things about CBD and its products, well, here is the million-dollar question that has probably just popped up in your mind: Where can I buy CBD products?

Such an intriguing question! Well, the answer is very simple. Right here on our website. Go ahead, explore our website, search for your desired product and shop away. Since not all products are readily available locally, buying cbd products online is a great option.