Dosing CBD: How Much Should You Take?
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Dosing CBD: How Much Should You Take
Marijuana, if you haven’t heard, comes with a whole slew of benefits for individuals seeking relief. From anxiety to chronic pain to PTSD, adults and seniors can turn to THC for help curing what ails them.
But there are, of course, people in need of relief who don’t want the psychoactive effects that THC in marijuana brings. Whether you may be drug tested at work, choose to live a life free of mind-altering substances, or simply wish to maintain full control of your mental and motor functions, many people dismiss medical marijuana as an option for relief. What you might not be aware of, however, is an alternate option: CBD.
CBD is a cannabinoid that comes primarily from the hemp plant. Unlike its psychoactive counterpart, THC, CBD is non-psychoactive and will not result in a high. Because of this lack of psychoactive effect, CBD is a popular and completely legal form of medicinal treatment for a wide variety of pains, disorders, and symptoms.
CBD is use to treat epileptic seizures, anxiety disorders, insomnia, inflammation, chronic pain, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), nausea, rheumatoid arthritis, general muscle and joint pain, and even neurological disorders. CBD has even been shown in some cases to attack and inhibit cancer cells. Users tend to experience a lightness in the body without undergoing a muddled or altered state of mind. In fact, CBD has practically no side effects.
But always remember safety first– If you plan on taking CBD to help treat a medical condition, it is important to consult a healthcare professional.
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