In this ongoing series, we’re going to look at some of the possible side effects of CBD oils, and whether or not they are possible to overuse. Specifically, we’re going to look at how CBD oil may make you feel, and some basic scientific information on CBD oils. After reading this article, you should be better informed about this very interesting subject!
First, we’re going to take a look at the potential harmful or undesirable effects of CBD oils, and whether or not they have any real “pure oil” qualities. To start with, pure CBD is produced only by the body from enzymes, using nothing else. This makes CBD an extremely versatile product, but also a potentially dangerous one as well. To begin with, CBD can produce symptoms like paranoia and anxiety, which aren’t related to the psychotropic aspects of THC – hence, many people are hesitant to use pure CBD, fearing that it may act like a “weed”.
However, it’s important to note that cannabidiol doesn’t grow in plants, so CBD may not contain THC. The same cannot be said, however, about CBD’s bitter taste, and many people who use CBD feel “high” or “caught-off-guard” upon tasting the oil’s bitter taste. As mentioned, the primary health benefits of CBD are its anti-psychotic, mood stabilizing and anti-anxiety properties, so the fact that some people find the bitter taste unpleasant doesn’t really have much to do with the health benefits. Nonetheless, the fact that CBD is bitter is an issue for many people, especially those who don’t want to ingest something that tastes bad. It may help to avoid CBD oils, if possible. That said, there are plenty of CBD-oil products on the market, so if you enjoy good tasting oils, you may still find your preference lies in using CBD products.
When looking at CBD, you should also look into other oils from Canada, such as the medically recognized ” THC free “Cannabis Oil”, which has been derived from immature cannabis plants, grown under strict regulations (with a few exceptions). With this type of pure oil, the psychoactive properties of THC are almost completely removed, thus reducing the likelihood of any negative side effects. As such, this type of oil may help reduce drowsiness caused by the lack of THC or may even help people who are dependent on the cannabis plant for their psychological health. Of course, these are just some examples; the list of potential side effects from pure CBD can go on.
It should be noted, too, that the concentrated form of CBD is different from the oil itself. The concentrated CBD comes from fewer oils over a longer period of time; in general, it is considered to be less harmful than the oil form. However, even with this type of concentrated CBD, it is not entirely accurate in terms of the concentration of THC present in the cannabis plant. Even when the concentration is reduced, the cannabis plant contains enough THC for anyone who ingests it to have the effects described above. If you are taking an orally ingested dosage of CBD, whether it is a tincture or liquid, you should make sure you do not exceed the maximum daily dose recommended by your pharmacist or doctor!
As with any prescription medication, your doctor is likely to advise you to avoid the use of oils if you suffer from any of the side effects listed above. However, as with any prescription medication, you should keep in mind that you need to follow your doctor’s orders to the letter, or you could wind up doing more harm than good to yourself! Make sure you understand the oil side effects thoroughly before you begin to use any herbal remedy for your condition, so that you may effectively manage your symptoms without harming yourself.