5 common misconceptions of CBD

We are all starting to hear of this new miracle oil that everyone has been talking about this past year. CBD is helping me with this and that and with it’s new found fame come a lot of misconceptions.  CBD was once only legal in a few states.  Many separating the terminology, legality, and benefits between CBD and cannabis is no small task. Storefronts and online ads advertise constantly and yet questions formulate and evolve without resolution. To further the gap, there is often a disconnect between those in the industry and the curious public. Below are five common misconceptions about CBD and some facts to help you in your CBD education. 

 

Misconception #1: CBD makes you high

“CBD is not psychoactive like THC,” than to simply assert that CBD is not psychoactive. CBD won’t make a person feel stoned, but it can impact a person’s psyche in positive ways. It does not contain THC or enough THC to cause euphoric experiences

Misconception #2: CBD is illegal.

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized the cultivation of industrial hemp (defined as cannabis with less than 0.3 percent THC) in the United States. Although the above was recently released by the Drug Enforcement Administration, not all states have clear rulings on CBD. In some states, there are explicit laws allowing the retail sale of industrial hemp-derived products

Misconception #3: I will fail a drug test

CBD can contain the legal amount of THC 0.03% or lower. Yes, you can fail a drug test taking a full spectrum product. However Broad Spectrum products and Isolates since it will not show up on a drug test. With Full Spectrum products over time the THC can build up in your system popping up in drug tests.  It is best to stick with Broad Spectrum products like Wellpur Organics CBD Collection.

Misconception #4: CBD is only for people with ailments.

CBD is know to assist with people who are sick. However people are taking it for anxiety, sleep disorders, and overall health.

Misconception #5: CBD takes a long time to work.

The effects and timeframe are dependent on the method of consumption and the individual consuming the CBD.  Putting a few drops under your tongue, which will allow the CBD to enter your system faster or using a water soluble product with nano technology. While CBD is ideally used daily sometimes it can take up to four to six weeks to realize its full benefits.  There are other methods of consumptions like ingestible and topicals. Ingestible have to be digested through the stomach and may not absorb most of the product. When CBD oil added to a coffee or smoothie it will probably take around 30 minutes before any effect is felt. Topicals are not absorbed into the blood stream and are best for targeted areas.

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