How long until the CBD will work?
Depends on numerous factors but some users note an immediate difference, while for others it may take days.
Will your CBD show up on a drug test?
When taking any full-spectrum CBD oil there will be trace amounts of THC, typically 0.3% or less. There’s no guarantee that it won’t show up on a drug test, an isolate or broad-spectrum may be a better choice though it’s much less effective.
Can I take CBD daily?
While we can’t give medical advice, many of our users do just that with no ill effect.
How much CBD should I take?
This also depends on the user. For some a simple 15 mg or less a day would suffice, for others, they may require up to and around 45 mg. Currently, no known medical recommendation is known. We advise a full vial of our 500 mg once to twice a day.
Is CBD Legal in the US?
100%. All 50 states allow hemp-derived CBD. The only issue is when it contains more than 0.3% THC by weight, which then may require a medical marijuana license or equivalent.
Is all CBD the same?
Not at all. There’s CBD from hemp or cannabis. You can get it in multiple forms such as tinctures, ointments, gummies and much more. Also, not all brands perform independent 3rd party lab tests. Many brands get cheap extracts from a common source, so you end up paying for the marketing instead of the purity of the brand.
Will CBD improve my…?
There are multiple possible benefits for CBD users including:
- Improved sleep/less insomnia
- Faster recovery work workouts/muscular swelling
- Better overall mood
- Enhanced joint support
- Lessened nausea
- Aided immune function
- Boosted brain health
- The greatest combination is to ensure healthier lifestyle choices are made as CBD is meant to be a supplement in addition to these considerations.