First and foremost, legal, professionally made CBD products in the UK will not get you high. There’s little to no THC present in CBD that is sold legally in this country – that’s the psychotropic compound commonly associated with the heady, almost drunk feeling you can get from consuming marijuana.
How can I start using CBD in the most effective way?
The only clinical trial showing negative side effects has been through using extremely high doses of Epidiolex, an FDA-approved CBD prescription medication. This looked at daily doses equivalent to 1,360 mg (more than an entire bottle of most CBD products) and even that exhibited mild symptoms such as dry mouth, decreased appetite and gastrointestinal distress.
Does CBD have any negative side effects?
You may have heard anecdotes from friends about the benefits bringing this natural supplement into your life has to offer. But, while fascinating to learn about, you may feel as though none of this has clearly told you how CBD will make you feel. We’re here to fill you in.
CBD has different effects on different people, but the way CBD will make you feel largely depends on the product you choose. For example, you can buy CBD products which contain a miniscule amount of THC plus other naturally-occurring compounds, CBD with only the THC removed, or pure CBD. The type of plant from which the cannabidiol is sourced also makes a big difference.
Why would you want that negligible amount of THC, if 0.3% is not enough to get you high?
CBD is used for: