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Muscle pain. Anxiety. Back Pain. Trouble sleeping. Irritated skin. Headaches. Frequent Urination. Hot flashes. Joint pain. Cramps. Nausea. Inflammation. Digestive issues.
Are you experiencing any of these symptoms? If you answered yes, CBD may be right for you.
CBD continues to make headlines as an effective alternative to traditional medical treatment and prescription drugs. Women’s Rejuvenation Center of Florida offers a full line of the highest-quality CBD products, including oils, capsules, and topicals.
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CBD Therapy Q & A
What is Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil?
Cannabidiol is one of the most well-known, non-psychoactive cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. CBD binds to receptors in your immune system, providing a variety of medicinal benefits. It was originally patented by the United States Government in 2003 as a neuroprotectant and antioxidant.
What are CBD oil effects?
CBD, along with other cannabinoids, interact with receptors within the human body to regulate homeostasis. CBD is also known for its ability to influence physiological functions including sleep, mood, memory, pain modulation, immune function, cardiovascular function, and inflammatory response.
What are CBD oil side effects?
There are no known CBD oil side effects. CBD is well tolerated among patients with a wide variety of health concerns.
Is CBD oil legal?
CBD manufactured from hemp is legal in the United States.
What is the difference between THC and CBD?
THC and CBD are the two main cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. The main difference between the two cannabinoids is that THC is psychoactive and responsible for the “high” feeling associated with smoking marijuana, while CBD is not.
Does CBD get you high?
No, CBD does not get you high. In fact, CBD works to counteract the psychoactive effects of THC, the cannabinoid responsible for the high feeling. CBD oil is non-addictive and you cannot overdose as a result of taking the oil.
Can you fail a drug test due to CBD?
Marijuana drug tests collect urine samples to test them for THC. If the product you consume contains only CBD, then it is unlikely you would test positive for marijuana. Even trace amounts of THC in a CBD product are unable to trigger a positive drug test result.
What is the proper dosage for CBD oil?
CBD is measured in milligrams (MG) for quantitative purposes. Research is showing that about 5-10MG daily is a good intake of CBD to activate your CBD receptors. If someone is suffering from a more serious illness, then 20-40MG daily is recommended. Your healthcare provider can help establish a dose which will work best for you.
How long does it take for CBD oil to work?
Depending on the potency of the CBD oil, the time it takes to become effective may vary. Many patients report anywhere from 20 minutes to one hour for the CBD oil to take effect. Because CBD does not produce psychoactive results, patients may not notice the exact moment where a change in symptoms occurs, unless it is used for pain relief.