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Many people wouldn’t think twice before making the switch to an organic, plant-based medicine especially if the relief it provides is more lasting than its more traditional counterparts. When it comes to CBD oil, there is absolutely no doubt that it in many ways is better than the more popular medicinal treatments. If you are using a CBD product, as long as it is a quality one then you should consider it safe to use. Studies have revealed that taking CBD every day in daily doses of 700mg for a period of about 6 weeks does not induce any form of toxicity in patients. This should calm your nerves about how safe daily consumption of CBD is in the long term. Take another study conducted by the NCBI in 2011; it concluded that CBD “does not induce changes on food intake, does not induce catalepsy, does not affect physiological parameters (heart rate, blood pressure and body temperature), does not affect gastrointestinal transit and does not alter psychomotor or psychological functions.”

Evidently, CBD has not the same psychoactive features that characterize THC. It therefore comes as a surprise to some why there are reports about patients succumbing to illness shortly after ingesting CBD oil. The answer is a no-brainer – the products they used were produced using hemp that was toxic. What people tend to forget is that it is the hemp plant that CBD is extracted from. Now, growing these hemp plants with toxic pesticides in soil infiltrated with heavy metals means any CBD extract is more than likely going to be inundated with these exact toxicities. Therefore, when purchasing any CBD product, what you should be concerned about is whether or not the hemp plant was grown without using fertilizers or pesticides. If these were used, then you stand putting your health at risk. As of yet, no government agency regulates the sale of CBD. This means that the onus lies on you as a customer to do your own research or background checks to ensure that you are going in for a safe product.

Can one overdose on CBD? The answer is an emphatic no! CBD is not in any way toxic and there has not been even a single report of anyone fatally overdosing on CBD. There have been an avalanche of studies that have been conducted to evaluate how safe the consumption of CBD is in adults and the conclusion is that it can be tolerated across a wide range of doses with figures indicating doses as high as 1,500 mg/day.
Side effects do exist with the usage of CBD but it is important to know that these side effects are not common, neither are they serious. Some of the side effects of using CBD include
• Drowsiness
• Dry mouth
• Light-headedness
As evident from the list, the potential side effects of using CBD are nothing to worry about especially when put it side to side with modern medicinal treatments. Considering how therapeutically beneficial CBD is in treating a wide array of medical conditions, its side effects are surprisingly short. If you are concerned about the side effects, the advice would be to begin taking it in low dosages so as to increase your tolerance levels before increasing your dosages. There is a higher chance of you finding relief using CBD than experiencing any form of discomfort. Think you are ready to give CBD a try? Well, go ahead. Don’t forget that you ought to purchase your product from only trusted, reputable companies so you do not put your health at unnecessary risks.

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