What Are The Most Common Myths About Cbd?Hyla Cass
We’re hearing a lot more lately about the benefits of CBD. It offers a myriad of potential health benefits , from relieving pain and anxiety to enhancing sleep and relieving stress – and so much more! Despite its growing popularity, there is still a lot of misinformation out there. We’ll dispel some of the most common myths about CBD, allowing you to make an educated decision about taking it.
Myth #1: CBD will make you high.
Fact: CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, meaning it will not produce any mind-altering effects. The psychoactive compound responsible for the “high” associated with marijuana use is a different cannabinoid, THC. While CBD and THC are derived from the cannabis plant, CBD comes from the hemp branch of the cannabis family, and by definition may contain no more than 0.3% THC. They have somewhat different effects on the human brain and body, with some overlap.
Myth #2: All CBD products are created equal.
Fact: Not all CBD products are created equal. There can be significant variations in quality between different brands and even products from the same brand. When shopping for CBD, it’s important to do your research and choose a reputable brand that offers independent third-party lab reports to ensure that their products contain the amount of CBD advertised and no harmful contaminants.
Myth #3: You need to take a lot of CBD to experience its effects.
Fact: You may not need to take high doses of CBD to experience its potential benefits. Start with a low dose (such as 5 – 10mg), and increase gradually as needed until you find the sweet spot for yourself. It is quite individual. For more details on dosing, click here.
Myth #4 CBD is a cure-all.
It sure seems that way! It has so many potential varied and far-reaching effects health benefits owing to its influence on the endocannabinoid system, a built-in regulating and communication system throughout the entire body. Its role is to help reduce stress and encourage good digestion, sleep, hormonal balance, cardiovascular balance, and more.
Myth #5 CBD is illegal in the US.
Because of its association with marijuana, there is a common misconception that CBD has similar legal restrictions. However, this is not the case. CBD products derived from the hemp plant are legal in all 50 states. Click here for more details.
Conclusion: CBD is a popular compound that offers many potential health benefits.
Those are just a few of the most common misconceptions about CBD. As more people educate themselves on this almost magical compound, and look at the research, these myths will be debunked, and more individuals will then reap its potential benefits. We’re glad to be able to help you learn the true facts!
If you have any further questions about CBD, please don’t hesitate to contact us – we’re always happy to help!