What is your best experience on CBD oil?
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I really cant have a best experience on CBD, this would be like asking what was your best experience while taking your vitamins? CBD is strictly a medicine, with medical benefits ranging from helping people with unexplainable joint pain, to helping some with seizures, even helping with this horrible opioid epidemic, you probably wanted to ask what was you best experience on Cannabis, thus because it not only contains CBD, but also the physco active THC, that is the chemical that gives not only medical benefits but a euphoric feeling, followed by extreme munchies, then a good long nap lol. But one of my best experiences with CBD is a family member who is very close to me has been fighting bone cancer, and until I gave this person some of my Medicinal Cannabis, they were over 6 foot 240 and
Two of the most popular forms of CBD product are CBD oils and CBD tinctures. Some people falsely think they are the same products, but they can differ significantly in terms of ingredients, production method, and use.
CBD oil is made from high-CBD, low-THC industrial hemp. This is much different than the plants containing high concentrations of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which are most frequently used to make medical cannabis products. Because hemp contains only trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3 percent), CBD oil products are non-psychoactive.
CBD oil is the safer, less controversial alternative that still offers significant health benefits to users.
As the title would suggest, CBD oil products are made with a base or carrier oil, such as MCT oil or coconut oil. They are a versatile
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I have the beginnings of rheumatism in some of my joints, I have a bad back and my knees are a mess. I can function without much aid, though I normally take plain aspirin or Napxon, a prescription pain reliever.
I’ve taken CBD by vaping it, dabbing it and using a sublingual (under the tongue).
The sublingual preparation had instructions that were not exactly clear, but the just of instructions will tell you to take smaller amounts until you find a level that works. It sounds like flimsy instructions, but it appeared to be the way I needed to take it. It is marketed as a daily supplement that can be used as pain may increase by taking more. Like all preventative preparations, you have no clue if it works, assuming you are not in pain.
I found it useful, not for anything close to a breakout pai
Let me start by saying I am not a doctor, I’m a patient and I use CBD. I am not affiliated with any CBD producers or vendors, nor do I sell any CBD or hemp products. With that out of the way, let me correct some myths, misstatements and wild unfounded claims.
First, CBD will not get you stoned (sorry, Quoran with the dreadlocks in his avatar), so long as the plant from which it comes (the industrial hemp form of cannabis sativa, not marijuana) and the form in which you consume it contains less than 0.3% THC. (That’s enough to show up in a drug test but not enough to produce a “high”). And industrial hemp is now not only legal to cultivate, but farmers can now Federally legally grow it for any purpose whatsoever.
Second, you can buy CBD products made from marijuana—but only a) from a register
There is no “best” way because different people are looking for different things out of their CBD experience. Some people need quick relief for accute pain. Some need longer term relief for chronic systemic pain. Some have topical pain issues that aren’t chronic. Some deal with anxiety issues, some with inflammation, etc…
Here are several ways to use CBD and how they uptake.
Vaporizing — vaping is the quickest uptake into the system but it’s not the most efficient, it’s only the second least efficient to smoking as you’re exhaling a fair amount of the CBD. Also, vaping over 500 mg just burns off the CBD over 500mg. But it’s fast, a few seconds and you’ll feel the effects. I feel it for an hour or so this way.
Sublingual — drops under the tongue is the most common way to use CBD and I suggest
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