Is it safe to take CBD and Tylenol together?

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    It is safe to take CBD and Tylenol together, however, CBD may temporarily deactivate the cytochrome p450 enzymes required for metabolizing this over-the-counter drug. While it will still remain safe and won’t cause any side effects, it would be unnecessary to take both. CBD may inhibit your body’s ability to metabolize Tylenol but offers similar anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. In our opinion, it would be a waste of money and resources to take both. If you need a long-term option, we would recommend taking CBD since it doesn’t pose the adverse, long-term side effects from Tylenol. For short-term use, you’ll have to do some self-experimentation to see what works best for you!

    It all depends on what you define as safe, really. According to age-old studies, it’s already shown that acetaminophen is a drug that will damage the liver when taken with frequency or in large doses. CBD, which normally is ingested in many forms and doses, is still commonly taken in smaller doses (mg/kg of body weight). This means that the CBD itself, in normal doses for regular consumers (typically under 1000mg/day as a max but nominally around 100mg/day) is not likely at all to cause liver distress or damage (too much of anything can cause issues with your liver).

    All in all, acetaminophen is bad news based upon a number of studies. So, its likely a better plan to avoid the evil you know about first. In the interim, we all await further published studies into the impact of CBD on the body. Anecdotally, we know that many people are expressing that it’s very helpful – albeit, very few of these are taking massive doses; it’s simply too expensive to take massive doses with frequency.

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    If your CBD supply is what it says it is, and only contains CBD, and you’re not allergic to any of the additives or extractives, there is no reason to think that Tylenol would pose an additional problem.

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    Yes there should be no harm from taking CBD and Tylenol together. Blood pressure and blood thinning medication are the ones you should check with your doctor before mixing together. CBD makes those types of medications stay in your system longer than they would without the use of CBD so the medicine starts to compile in your system which means you would need to start taking less of it which really is a great thing.

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    Your very first thing to do would be to consult with your Doctor on this question. Secondly they are a lot of posts on this subject, i think you should do some reading on how pain killers effect your overall health, your COX1 Enzymes and your COX2 enzymes and what are the after effects.

    Make sure you mention in detail what CBD brand, strength, dosage you are taking and for what reasons? How many Tylenols and which part of the day? Either starting on new medications or decreasing on current medications or pain killers, all are suitable questions for a qualified medical practicitioner.

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    Depending on your health. If you have heart disease or a bleeding disorder, then probably not. If your healthy and aren’t taking more then the recommend does of Tylenol, then yes you can take these together. Most people don’t need one after the other, but it’s not going to hurt you.

    No interaction has been found between CBD & Tylenol but that simply does not mean that no interaction exists. Ask your doctor before taking two of them together for your body may respond differently.

    Yes, they are two totally different types of pharmaceuticals. You need to be careful about taking too much Tylenol, because it is found in many other products, and excessive amounts can injure your liver.

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