What are the benefits of CBD hemp oil? 

CBD has been the subject of many peer reviewed medical studies in regard to numerous aspects of human health, from nausea, digestion, and appetite to mood, anxiety, and depression. 

However, due to the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994, we cannot specifically attribute CBD as the express cure for any condition.

Can I take CBD with my prescription medication? Please consult your medical advisor or pharmacists regarding your current medications and CBD hemp oil.

How will I feel when I take CBD hemp oil? It depends on how much you use, how frequently you use it, and how long you’ve been taking it. Additionally, everybody is different in regards to weight, health, metabolism and other factors. CBD hemp oil helps your body perform its processes in greater harmony in general, so it is difficult to point to any specific sensation or improvements. 

More isn’t always better. We recommend starting with a small amount and adjust as needed to find your sweet spot. We also recommend chatting with your healthcare provider if you have any questions about how CBD hemp oil may work for you, affect your specific conditions, or interact with other medications. 

Will I get “high” from CBD hemp oil?  No. Legal CBD hemp oil contains 0.3% or less THC, which isn’t enough to produce euphoria. Even CBD extracted from high-THC plants will have the level of THC. 

What are the side effects of CBD?  Your body produces the same chemicals found in CBD on its own, so CBD is generally well-tolerated and safe. However, some users may experience diarrhea, fatigue, and changes in appetite as reported in clinical studies. Everybody is different. We always recommend speaking to your healthcare professional about the possible side effects or interactions of CBD oil. We are also beginning to learn that CBD interacts with some medications, similar to how grapefruit interacts with some medications.

When is the optimum time to take CBD?  Everyone responds to CBD in their own way. We recommend starting small and mindfully experimenting when you take it, gradually adjusting to find your sweet spot. Again, we recommend talking to your healthcare provider about a specific time of day or situation that would be optimal for taking CBD hemp oil.

Could I be allergic to CBD or cannabis?  It is possible to have an allergic reaction to most plants. If you’re sensitive or have allergies toward many plants, make sure to consult your healthcare provider or allergist before introducing any plant-derived product to your regimen. 

Is it normal to become nauseous after taking CBD?  It is unlikely to become nauseous after taking CBD. Often, the carrier oil used in that particular CBD oil is the cause of discomfort, rather than the CBD itself. If you’re sensitive to oils, make sure you eat before taking your CBD oil.

Learn More About CBD and Cannabis: 

Pubmed.gov – Free public access to medical research and published articles on a wide range of CBD and other medical subjects.

Norml.org – Founded in 1970 by attorney Keith Stroup, NORML focuses on nation-wide legalization and decriminalization of marijuana by keeping the public informed on the topic. Join a chapter or tune in for their regular blog posts.

Hempsupporter.com – The U.S. Hemp Roundtable is a Washington-based, non-profit advocacy organization committed to promoting policies and legislation that lead the way forward for hemp and CBD. Good stuff!

Flahempassociation.com – The Florida Hemp Association encourages trace and discourse among hemp professionals. Bliss intends to grow hemps future in the State of Florida. 

Weedmaps.com – A comprehensive source for basic cannabis information, including a thorough dictionary of cannabis-related terms and topics.
Leafly.com – A directory for finding hemp and CBD products near you. Leafly also provides information about the social impact of CBD and marijuana.

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