CBD is an extremely popular cannabinoid. With pain-relieving properties, anti-anxiety elements, and mood elevating superpowers, it’s no wonder this element of the cannabis plant is considered a powerhouse of healing potential. With all the buzz flying around about CBD, there has been some misinformation. So let’s look at the common misconceptions about CBD.  

You don’t need much

In order to reap the benefits of CBD, you’re going to need more than just a pinch. In general, to receive a therapeutic value from the substance, you’re going to need more than you would of THC. For example, most studies that have used CBD for seizures, anxiety, or pain relief use hundreds of milligrams for treatment.  

CBD only affects your body

Though often touted as “non-psychoactive,” CBD does have an effect on your state of mind. From relieving anxiety to uplifting your mood, you can expect some mental changes. It just won’t get you high like THC will.  

Hemp oil, CBD oil, and high-CBD strains all produce the same effects

In actuality, there is quite a difference between all these different types. Hemp oil has a very low amount of CBD in it, about 3 percent. High-CBD strains contain other terpenes and THC that interact with the CBD. And finally, CBD oil is the most potent and medicinally effective method of consumption.  

There are many elements to CBD. Some misunderstood, some misreported on. So be careful with what you read and of course, do your research!

  Posted: Monday, March 26th, 4:04am 9 months ago
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Shasta Nelson is a California Native and a cannabis connoisseur. She's been involved in the industry at every level since she was a teenager. Currently she provides content for Roottie, DOPE Magazine, and Terpenes and Testing. She's also a creative writer, with a graphic novel underway.

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