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Does CBD Get You High?

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Posted by Summit CBD on Monday, September 11, 2017

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A common worry for those considering using CBD oil to benefit from its positive influences over health and illness is the possibility of getting you high. So let’s talk about the difference between CBD and THC.

CBD is one of 85 compounds called cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. CBD is associated with reducing anxiety, anti-inflammatory and antipsychotic effects, reducing nausea and vomiting and potentially combating cancerous or tumorous cells. Research into CBD’s effects in these areas has snowballed in recent years. While the links between CBD and this plethora of benefits are not yet conclusive, research is positive and is continually uncovering more and more supportive evidence.

However, although there is a lot of positive research surrounding CBD oil effects, it is sometimes overshadowed by the information we hear about THC. THC is another compound found in the cannabis plant. It has psychotropic properties and is associated with feelings of sedation, anxiety, elation, relaxation, and sometimes hallucinations and delusions among other effects.

The fact that THC and CBD are closely linked leads people to question, “Can CBD oil get you high?” Additionally, since THC products are illegal in most places, this is a worry when people confuse CBD and THC.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What are the effects of CBD?
Answer: At low levels (1-20mg), CBD makes you feel relaxed, it takes the edge off the day without making you feed sedated. At higher levels (20mg+) you will feel very relaxed, and possibly sleepy. Each person responds differently, so it’s best to start low and work up in serving size.

Question: What is CBD oil used for?
Answer: CBD oil is the non-psychoactive component of cannabis used to calm and relax the body and mind.

Question: What is CBD hemp oil used for?
Answer: CBD hemp oil is the non-psychoactive component of cannabis used to calm and relax the body and mind.

Question: What is CBD oil vapor?
Answer: CBD Vapor oil is an type of vaporizer oil that contains Cannabidiol (CBD) – a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis (both hemp and marijuana). It’s typically used to calm and relax the body and mind.

Question: What does CBD e juice do?
Answer: CBD e juice is a type of vaporizer oil that contains Cannabidiol (CBD) – a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis (both hemp and marijuana). It’s typically used to calm and relax the body and mind.

Question: What are CBD edibles?
Answer: CBD edibles are food products that have been infused with Cannabidiol (CBD) – a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis (both hemp and marijuana). CBD Edibles are used to calm and relax the body and mind.

Question: Is CBD oil and hemp oil the same?
Answer: No, they are different. “CBD oil” is made by extracting a specific compound (called CBD) from the seeds and stalks of the hemp plant. This is turned into products that are used to calm and relax the body and mind. On the other hand, “Hemp Oil” typically refers to Hemp Seed Oil which is made by a completely different process. Hemp Seed Oil is cold-pressed oil from the hemp seeds only. This contains no cannabinoids and can be used as a cooking oil. It also contains high levels of healthy Omega 3 & Omega 6 fatty acids.

Question: Can you get high from hemp seed oil?
Answer: No, hemp seeds contain no THC, so there is no chance of getting high from eating hemp seed oil or hemp seeds themselves.

Question: Can you get high from hemp hearts?
Answer: No, hemp hearts contain no THC, so there is no chance of getting high from eating hemp hearts.

Question: Can you get high on hemp?
Answer: No, the hemp plant as a whole was bred specially for it’s hearty stalks and low levels of THC. You can not get high by smoking hemp.

 

 

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