Is CBD oil legal?
The CBD oil we are discussing is derived from industrial hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC. If sourced in this manner, CBD oil is legal to sell in the United States.
Will CBD oil show up on a drug test?
Most drug tests check for the presence of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Properly sourced CBD oil contains less than 0.3% THC, which is a trace amount. For that reason, it is unlikely for CBD oil to show up on a drug test. However, the results of a drug test cannot be promised. To cater to all customers, we carry CBD Oil and two THC-free products by BeTru.
Does CBD get you high?
As mentioned previously, properly sourced CBD oil contains 0.3% THC, which is a trace amount. Therefore, hemp-derived CBD oil will not get you high.
Does CBD oil have side effects?
Research on CBD is ongoing, but the reported side effects of CBD oil are minor. When taken in high quantities, some have reported drowsiness while others have reported stomach discomfort. If you take prescription medicine then check with you doctor before taking CBD Oil.
What is CBD Oil known to help with?
Proponents claim CBD can help ease pain, anxiety, depression and stress, boost focus and productivity, improve the immune system, reduce inflammation and more. And – unlike its psychoactive cousin THC – CBD, they say, is harmless, legal and can't get you high. "The known is it's good for you, it helps a lot of people and a lot of things, and you can't hurt yourself," says Phil Asquith, a farmer and producer of extra-virgin olive oil in California, who founded one of the first companies in the CBD space. "The unknown is all the details."
What Scientific Studies Support the Effectiveness of CBD Oil?
At least one benefit of CBD is well-supported by science: It can be effective in treating children with rare, genetic seizure disorders. Adults, children and even animals with epilepsy have been shown to benefit from the chemical too, the World Health Organization reports. There's also some evidence that CBD can help with anxiety, says Dr. Robert Carson, an assistant professor of neurology and pediatrics at Vanderbilt University who focuses on children with epilepsy. "In children, especially those with autism spectrum disorders, this may manifest as improved interactions with others," he says.
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