Cannabis extracts (CBD) are showing potential in making people more resistant to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), says an Alberta researcher leading a study.
After sifting through 400 cannabis strains, researchers at the University of Lethbridge are concentrating on about a dozen that show promising results. In ensuring less fertile ground for the potentially lethal virus to take root, said biological scientist Dr. Igor Kovalchuk.
“A number of them have reduced the number of these (virus) receptors by 73 percent, the chance of it getting in is much lower,” said Kovalchuk.
“If they can reduce the number of receptors, there’s much less chance of getting infected.”
Employing cannabis Sativa strains over the past three months, the researcher said the effective balance between cannabis components THC and CBD — the latter more typically associated with medical use — is still unclear in blocking the novel coronavirus.
“It will take a long time to find what the active ingredient is — there may be many,” said Kovalchuk. Kovalchuk Pathway RX is owned partly by Olds-based licensed cannabis producer Sundial Growers and partnered with Alberta cannabis researcher Swysh.
But it’s generally the anti-inflammatory properties of high-CBD content that have shown the most promise, he added.
“We focus more on the higher CBD because people can take higher doses and not be impaired,” said Kovalchuk.
Absence of Clinical Trials Remains a Barrier
The absence of clinical trials remains a barrier. Funding from an increasingly cash-strapped cannabis industry isn’t there to fuel that, said Kovalchuk.
“We have clinicians who are willing to work with us but for a lot of companies in the cannabis business, it’s significant cash that they can’t afford,” he said.
The scientist emphasized the findings wouldn’t lead to a vaccine — something “less specific and precise” but nonetheless another possible weapon against COVID-19.
“The extracts of our most successful and novel high CBD Sativa lines, pending further investigation, may become a useful and safe addition to the treatment of COVID-19 as an adjunct therapy,” said Kovalchuk.
“Given the current dire and rapidly evolving epidemiological situation, every possible therapeutic opportunity and avenue must be considered.”
Health Canada License
The study under Health Canada license using artificial human 3-D tissue models has been seeking ways to hinder the highly contagious novel coronavirus from finding a host in the lungs, intestines, and oral cavity.
If successful, the work could find practical medical use in the form of mouthwash, gargle, inhalants, or gel caps, said Kovalchuk.
“It would be cheaper for people and have a lot fewer side-effects,” he said.
Israeli researchers have begun clinical trials of CBD as a treatment to repair cells damaged by COVID-19. By using its anti-inflammatory abilities.
It’s thought CBD could enhance the traditional effect of steroids in such treatment of patients in life-threatening conditions. It could also bolster the immune system.
Research Deserves Government Support
It’s the kind of research and his own that deserves government support in Canada. Canada’s federal government has pledged $1.1 billion in funding for COVID-19 research said the University of Lethbridge scientist.
“Our work could have a huge influence — there aren’t many drugs that have the potential of reducing infection by 70 to 80 percent,” he said.
CBD is everywhere, but is CBD safe for kids? From corner stores and bars to medical marijuana dispensaries, CBD is being offered for its reputed ability to relieve pain and make people feel better.
Though CBD — full name cannabidiol — is extracted from hemp, it doesn’t contain THC, the chemical in marijuana that has psychoactive effects, so it doesn’t make you feel high.
Available in the form of vaping, oils, lotions, cocktails, coffee, gummies — you name it — CBD has been touted as a treatment for complaints as far-reaching as chronic pain, cancer, migraines, anxiety, and ADHD. You know it’s gone mainstream when even Consumer Reports has issued guides on how to shop for CBD and tips for safe CBD use.
Not only are adults experimenting with CBD for whatever is bothering them, increasingly parents are turning to CBD to help their kids focus, sleep, calm down and more.
Popular use of CBD is blowing up, but more research is needed into its safety or its efficacy, especially in children. The first and only marijuana-derived drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration, Epidiolex, is used to treat a rare, severe form of epilepsy in patients two years of age and older. And since cannabis is in the early stages of legalization and regulation, there is a huge variety in the quality and dosage of products — risks associated with using products that have not been vetted by the FDA.
What do we know about CBD?
For millennia, hemp plants have been used for medicinal purposes around the world. In 1851 marijuana was classified by the United States Pharmacopeia as a viable medical compound used to treat conditions like epilepsy, migraines, and pain. But since marijuana and cannabis-related products were made illegal in the US in 1970, there has been a dearth of research about either marijuana or CBD. Its classification as a Schedule 1 drug made it nearly impossible to get federal funding to study cannabis.
Is CBD safe?
Last year the World Health Organization, acknowledging the explosion in “unsanctioned” medical uses of CBD, reviewed the evidence for its safety and effectiveness. The WHO report concluded that “CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile.” Any adverse effects could be a result of interactions between CBD and a patient’s existing medications, the WHO noted.
The report found no indication of potential abuse or dependence. “To date there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health-related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.”
As for effectiveness, the WHO noted that several clinical trials had shown effectiveness for epilepsy, adding: “There is also preliminary evidence that CBD may be a useful treatment for a number of other medical conditions.”
CBD oil for anxiety
In 2015 a group of researchers led by Esther Blessing, Ph.D., of New York University, investigated the potential of CBD for treating anxiety. In a review of 49 studies, they found promising results and the need for more study.
The “preclinical” evidence (ie from animal studies) “conclusively demonstrates CBD’s efficacy in reducing anxiety behaviors relevant to multiple disorders,” Dr. Blessing wrote. Those include generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and OCD.
The review notes that the promising preclinical results are also supported by human experimental findings, which also suggest “minimal sedative effects, and an excellent safety profile.” But these findings are based on putting healthy subjects in anxiety-producing situations and measuring the impact of CBD on the anxiety response. Further studies are required to establish treatment with CBD would have similar effects for those who struggle with chronic anxiety, as well as what the impact of extended CBD use may be.
“Overall, current evidence indicates CBD has considerable potential as a treatment for multiple anxiety disorders,” Dr. Blessing concludes, “with need for further study of chronic and therapeutic effects in relevant clinical populations.”
CBD and autism
A group of Israeli researchers have been exploring the use of CBD to reduce problem behaviors in children on the autism spectrum. A feasibility study involving 60 children found substantial improvement in behavioral outbreaks, anxiety and communication problems, as well as stress levels reported by parents.
The researchers, led by Dr. Adi Aran, director of the pediatric neurology unit at Shaare Tzedek Medical Center, went on to do a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial with 150 participants with autism. In this trial, just completed but not yet analyzed, patients were treated CBD for three months.
In the US, research has been given a boost by changing guidelines and laws. In 2015 the DEA eased some of the regulatory requirements that have made CBD, as a Schedule 1 substance, difficult to study. “Because CBD contains less than 1 percent THC and has shown some potential medicinal value, there is great interest in studying it for medical applications,” the DEA said in announcing the change.
And in approving the first CBD-based drug, Epidiolex, last year the FDA expressed enthusiasm for the research boom that is sure to come, paired with stern words for the flood of marketers of products claiming unsubstantiated health benefits.
“We’ll continue to support rigorous scientific research on the potential medical uses of marijuana-derived products and work with product developers who are interested in bringing patients safe and effective, high-quality products,” the FDA pledged. “But, at the same time, we are prepared to take action when we see the illegal marketing of CBD-containing products with serious, unproven medical claims.”
Concerns about CBD
Some brands are unreliable in delivering a consistent amount of CBD. They could have less or more than advertised, and most do not offer independent verification of active contents. Analysis of products for sale shows that many do not have the amount of CBD that they advertise. That’s why at GENESIS LIFE, we post our independent third party test lab sheets, so you can be confident of the amount of CBD in our products.
How much is absorbed? Very little is known about how much CBD is actually delivered to the brain in a given product. Various delivery systems — vaping, taking it orally, eating it in baked goods, etc. — have different rates of delivery. Even the oils that the CBD is dissolved in can result in varying effects.
Some brands may contain things other than CBD, and they could be harmful. Lab testing — which provides information about CBD levels, THC levels (if any), and contaminants in the product — isn’t mandatory for CBD products in every state. That’s why at GENESIS LIFE, we provide our CoA (Certificate of Analysis) to make it easier to verify the safety of our products. Bootleg CBD may be connected to recent lung illnesses and deaths that have been attributed to vaping. The CDC and the American Medical Association recommend avoiding vaping entirely while the cause of these illnesses is determined.
Since CBD use — especially for kids — is a still so new, few people are familiar with dosing for children, so determining how much to give your child would be tricky. Clinical doses versus what you might find at a coffeehouse could vary dramatically. At GENESIS LIFE, we recommend a reduced child dose based on the height and weight of the child.
The legality of cannabis products and CBD is still murky. CBD derived from hemp is federally legal, while CBD derived from marijuana plants is subject to the legal status in each state — and remains federally illegal. Meanwhile, the FDA issued a statement making clear that products that contain CBD — even if they are derived from legal, commercial hemp — cannot claim to have therapeutic benefits or be sold as dietary supplements unless they have been approved by the FDA for that use.
As you begin to explore the world of cannabidiol (CBD), you’ll quickly notice that top-rated brands provide lab verifications for their products. These CBD lab sheets – often referred to as certificates of analysis (COA) – are the key to knowing what is or is not in the important hemp extract that makes a CBD product special.
As a consumer, it’s very important that you understand how to read lab test results so you know exactly what you’re putting in or on your body! This article takes you through the general concepts of lab testing and outlines common screenings to empower you to verify any product(s) you’re considering.
Why are lab sheets needed?
In June 2018, the FDA approved the first pharmaceutical product containing CBD called Epidiolex. Despite this approval, the rest of the industry continues to operate in an unregulated space. There is currently no quality or content control on CBD products sold in the general consumer market.
On top of this, CBD has exploded into the mainstream consciousness and the industry is growing extremely rapidly. This growth has seen hundreds if not thousands of new brands flood the market in the last few years.
This opportunity has unfortunately attracted poor quality players in it for a quick buck. Without industry standards in place, the quality of CBD products is all over the place. Unlabeled CBD products are common and even worse there are reports of harmful synthetic knock-offs. As a consumer, this means you need to be very careful when shopping around.
Luckily, industry-leading consumer brands have led the charge by pioneering transparency practices. Top companies are publicly displaying full company information, disclosing their production practices, and providing product contents via lab reports. This level of reporting falls in line with some of the most comprehensive state-level medical marijuana testing requirements.
CBD Lab sheets empower consumers by providing the opportunity to discover exactly what is in each and every product they purchase. This is obviously essential in today’s unregulated marketplace. There are a growing number of brands including this practice in their business and even today we encourage customers only to purchase from brands that provide lab sheets for their products!
If you are a GENESIS LIFE customer or prospective customer, know that we provide lab sheets for every product we sell. You can find them all listed here, as well as on each individual product page.
Understanding CBD Product Composition
Before we begin to dive in and start looking at individual lab sheets, it’s important to understand the fundamental makeup of a CBD product.
Every product on the market contains a cannabis-extracted base ingredient in the form of a hemp extract or CBD isolate. These compounds provide the cannabis content that makes a CBD product a CBD product. You’ll find extracts and isolates offered for purchase as standalone products or combined with additional ingredients to create a specific type of product.
The difference between these two core ingredients is important to understand:
CBD extract is a thick, oily substance containing the naturally occurring cannabinoids found in the plant. This extract also contains terpenes, amino acids, carbohydrates, vitamins, fatty acids, and other compounds from the source material.
CBD isolate is a crystalline substance produced by further processing a CBD extract to remove all other compounds, leaving only the single CBD molecule – usually 95%+ pure CBD.
CBD lab sheets allow you to determine the cannabis content, quality and verify that your product is free of contaminants including heavy metals, mold, pesticides and more. In some cases, lab reports may even be provided for other ingredients in a CBD product, like carrier oils.
How to Read CBD Lab Sheet Screenings
Now that you understand why we need lab sheets, let’s dive in and look at how to read them!
When a lab test is performed, there are a number of possible screenings that can be run on a given sample. These screenings are used to determine the potency and purity of the hemp contents of the product. Below we dive into the most common reports you’ll run across.
Please note that across these screenings you will see ‘ND’ repeated frequently. This is the abbreviation for ‘none detected’.
Cannabinoids are the cannabis-derived molecules that provide the main therapeutic properties that people are after. These compounds include well-known examples like CBD or THC and lesser-known molecules like CBG, CBC, or even raw acid forms.
The cannabinoid profile is the most commonly offered of all screenings we will discuss. This report displays the cannabinoid content levels found in a given product. From this report you can determine:
The spectrum of a product by observing the presence of measured cannabinoids.
The potency of a product by observing the concentration of measured cannabinoids (often presented as a percent of weight or mg/mL).
If a product contains non-decarboxylated raw material by observing the presence and ratios of acid forms to non-acid cannabinoid forms.
Let’s take a look at a few example screenings broken up by spectrum:
A full spectrum product contains a wide range of cannabinoids including THC:
A broad-spectrum product contains a wide range of cannabinoids present, without Delta-9 THC:
An isolate-based product contains only CBD:
What About Full/Broad Spectrum Products Displaying an ‘Isolate-Looking’ Report?
There are some cases where a product will claim to be full or broad spectrum yet show a cannabinoid report that appears to be an isolate. This can be due to testing the lower concentration end product vs the extract itself. It can also be due to the now-common use of low-cost HPLC testing.
If you run into lab sheets that look like this, there are two important things to check to confirm that the product is actually full/broad spectrum:
The terpene profile will show a wide range of terpene content. Isolates will not have any terpenes (unless manually added back in).
The ingredients list will show a phytocannabinoid-rich or oil-based extract. Isolates will show a crystalline extract. If there is no ingredients list, buyer beware.
Terpenes are the aromatic oils found in cannabis that are present in full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and terpsolate. These compounds offer potential health benefits and additionally interact with the cannabinoids and other contents of an extract in a phenomenon known as the entourage effect. Terpenes are stripped during the process used to create a CBD isolate, but are sometimes added back in to create what the industry calls a ‘terpsolate’.
A terpene screening displays the presence and concentration of terpenes in a given product, often measured as parts per million (PPM). These reports are generally straightforward to read showing the levels of each:
Heavy Metal Screening
This screening verifies that an extract is free of heavy metal contamination. The report measures heavy metals like arsenic, cadmium, mercury and lead against allowable limits:
This screening verifies that a product is free of microbes like yeast, molds, E-coli, and salmonella:
This screening verifies that a sample is free of mycotoxins which are toxic substances produced by fungus:
This report verifies that a sample is free of pesticides. This confirms that the hemp source was grown using pesticide-free and organic methods in clean soil:
Solvent Residue Screening
Many extraction methods used to create hemp extracts require the use of chemical solvents. This report displays if any solvent residue remains after extraction:
Now that you understand why lab sheets are so important, and how to read them, you’re ready to set out to find high-quality products.
A common question we hear is, “how much CBD per serving am I getting?”. If you are new to CBD Oil and the variety of different CBD products available, understanding how much CBD you’re actually taking per serving can be a bit confusing. In this video, we hope to clear up some of that confusion for you and allow you to determine your CBD per serving.
By now, when shopping for CBD Oil, you’ve probably come across products labeled as full spectrum, broad spectrum, or CBD isolate and wondered, “what’s the difference?”. Don’t’ worry, you’re not alone. These terms sound similar, but they are far from being the same thing.
They are used to define which type of CBD is used in a product. Each type presents different important factors to consider and understanding the differences is essential for every CBD consumer. Let’s shed some light on this important subject by explaining that difference and discussing the advantages and disadvantages of each. A great place to start is by discussing the factor that defines each type of CBD — cannabinoids.
Cannabinoids: The What and Why
Within the Cannabis plant, there is a classification of compounds known as cannabinoids. Among these are CBD and THC, along with over a hundred others which scientists have discovered naturally occurring within different Cannabis strains.
Why are these important?
In 1995, researchers discovered that, by interacting with receptors in the human Endocannabinoid System (ECS), cannabinoids like CBD could deliver unique health benefits to the body. Later, it was discovered that each cannabinoid could affect the body differently. For example, while THC delivers the psychoactive effects associated with “getting high,” CBD does not. Actually, scientists have learned that CBD counteracts the psychoactive effects of THC.
With various ranges of effects delivered by other cannabinoids like Cannabigerol (CBG) and Cannabinol (CBN), the full collection of cannabinoids forms what is referred to as the “cannabinoid spectrum.”
The Cannabinoid Spectrum
The cannabinoid spectrum range contained within a product is what determines whether the product is full spectrum, broad spectrum, or CBD isolate. You may be thinking how does that work exactly?
To create a CBD product, the cannabinoid content is extracted from the Cannabis plant. Using methods such as CO2 extraction. During this process, other compounds found within the plant are also extracted. This includes terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids. Depending on the strain and classification used for extraction, the composition and cannabinoid profile will differ. For example, Hemp, which is a classification of Cannabis Sativa, contains little to no THC. Compared to the Cannabis Indica strain, Pennywise, which contains a 1:1 CBD to THC content ratio. Depending on the purpose of the end-product, companies will choose to extract from a strain of Cannabis that best suits their needs. Once extracted, the company can then choose to refine the extract to contain only specific cannabinoids and plant parts. It’s these contents of the refined extract that determines if the CBD extract is full spectrum, broad spectrum, or CBD isolate.
Now let’s discuss what each term means. Moreover, help point you in the direction of which is best for you.
What is Full Spectrum CBD?
Full spectrum CBD is an extract that contains all compounds found naturally occurring in the plant. This includes terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids. The full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils extracted from the plant work together to magnify the therapeutic benefits of each individual cannabinoid. This is commonly referred to as the “entourage effect“.
It was previously believed that CBD in its isolated form was more effective than Full Spectrum CBD. However, in 2005, this theory was debunked by a study from the Lautenberg Center for General Tumor Immunology in Jerusalem. In the study, researchers found that test subjects administered with full spectrum CBD were provided with higher levels of relief, compared to subjects administered with CBD isolate. In addition, the results showed that full spectrum CBD provided enhanced effects with higher dosages. While the effects of CBD remained consistent with increased dosages.
What is CBD Isolate?
In scientific terms, an isolate is the purest form of a compound, which is produced by singularly extracting that compound from its environment and isolating it from all other compounds. Thus, the term isolate or CBD isolate.
CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD. Which is produced by removing all other compounds found in the plant including terpenes, flavonoids, plant parts, and other cannabinoids. CBD Isolate is typically extracted from Hemp, due to its low to non-existent THC-content.
What is Broad Spectrum CBD?
Broad spectrum CBD is found in the middle between Full Spectrum CBD and CBD Isolate. Like Full Spectrum CBD, the other compounds found within the plant are preserved in the extract. However, like CBD Isolate, THC is completely removed. In addition, because Broad Spectrum CBD contains multiple cannabinoids, it can deliver the enhanced benefits of the “entourage effect,” without the risk of psychoactive effects of THC.
What Type of CBD Should You Use?
Now that you have a general understanding of each type of CBD, you’re probably wondering why someone would prefer one over the other. More importantly, which type you should choose. First, neither of the types is better than the others. Every individual has different needs or preferences. Consequently, determining which type of CBD is best-suited for their unique conditions.
To help point you in the right direction, here are some of the pros and cons of each type. Along with situations each would typically be best for.
The purest form of CBD, in which all other plant compounds and cannabinoids have been completely removed.
Persons who were recommended to specifically take high doses of CBD
Persons with sensitivity to THC or other cannabinoids
Persons who regularly undergo drug screening tests
Persons who prefer light flavors or no flavor
Persons living in states that have strict THC-laws
First-time users that may be hesitant about other cannabinoids
Full Spectrum CBD
CBD that has been extracted from the cannabis plant along with all the other compounds and cannabinoids.
Persons who were recommended a certain THC to CBD ratio
Persons with more severe conditions or conditions that CBD isolate and Broad Spectrum could not alleviate
Persons living in states where Cannabis is legal
Broad Spectrum CBD
CBD that has been extracted from the cannabis plant along with all other compounds and cannabinoids, except THC.
Persons with conditions that CBD isolate alone could not alleviate
Persons with sensitivity to THC
Persons living in states that have strict THC-laws
First-time users that are hesitant about THC
Final Thoughts on the Different CBD Spectrums
In closing, let’s reiterate that any one type isn’t better than the others. There are many factors that determine how a cannabinoid will impact the body. To include, the chemical makeup of the person. In addition, the height and weight of the individual, fitness level, fatty acid intake, and the individual’s history with other substances.
For some, Broad Spectrum CBD may be the best choice. As it delivers the full benefits of the Cannabis plant without the psychoactive effects of THC. For others, a high-dosage of pure CBD isolate may do the trick. Others may need the benefits that only THC can provide found in a Full Spectrum CBD product.
Research into the effectiveness of each spectrum at the individual level is still in its early stages. Therefore, it may take some time and experimenting to figure out which is best for you. As researchers continue to learn more about CBD, it may serve as a vital component in the future of medicine. With dozens of health benefits already revealed in existing studies, cannabinoids like CBD have the potential to impact the lives of countless individuals!
CBD Oil benefits for health and wellness are discussed by one of our GENESIS LIFE founders. Also discussed is the science behind CBD Oil.
Recent studies suggest that CBD oil can help play a role in the treatment of pain from arthritis. Likewise, the science is pretty compelling. CBD is filled with beneficial cannabinoids that directly trigger receptors in the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS system is a network of cannabinoid receptors that work to regulate all kinds of important functions in the body.
The ECS system plays an important role in our bodies. Thus, some CBD oil benefits may include promoting mental wellness, influencing appetite, and facilitating nutrient transport. Secondly, working with the immune system, it helps you deal with daily stress and works to regulate pain perception. When you take CBD, the cannabinoids travel to your CB2 receptor. The CB2 receptor gets a lot of attention because of its therapeutic potential and ability to help the human body manage pain.
For people struggling with arthritis, or severe inflammation and pain in the joints, CBD can be a game changer. In fact, research now suggests that CBD may be doing double-duty by helping to relieve pain and by causing the CB2 receptors to trigger the reduction of inflammation.
If you are considering Cannabidiol (CBD), you have no doubt heard about its multiple medicinal benefits. Also, how it can help promote a healthier lifestyle. Integrating CBD into your daily life can be a life-changing choice. However, before you add any CBD items to your cart, it is crucial that you first understand how CBD works. Furthermore, how it should be incorporated into your daily schedule.
How Does Cannabidiol (CBD) Work?
Cannabidiol, or CBD, works directly with our endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a complex network of receptors responsible for some of the most vital biological processes. The ECS helps regulate sleep cycles, anxiety, mood, metabolism, and pain sensation, among other functions. Upon consumption, CBD interacts with ECS receptors located through our nervous and immune systems. These ECS receptors act as “chemical messengers” that help improve how cells respond to stimuli affecting all these processes.
How Long Does It Take for Cannabidiol (CBD Oil) to Work?
There is no simple answer to this question. The amount of time it takes for CBD to take effect varies widely depending on what type of CBD products you use. It’s important to note that CBD still delivers the same benefits regardless of delivery method and time. Here are the most popular CBD products on the market today and how long each takes to begin working:
Sublingual Oils and Sprays: Sublingual formulas include oils, tinctures, sprays, and terpenes. Sublingual CBD oil is dropped under the tongue where it is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream. Users typically begin to feel the effects of CBD within 5 to 15 minutes when using sublingual CBD products.
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Edibles: CBD edibles have become one of the most popular forms of CBD products thanks to their fun shapes and familiar taste. Although they are not always the most healthy choice due to the sugar found in most products. CBD infused or sprayed edibles include gummy bears, chocolates, and other popular candies. It can take up to one hour before users begin to feel the effects of edible CBD.
Smoking: One of the fastest-acting methods, CBD inhaled by smoking begins to take effect within the first 5 minutes. While smoking CBD is effective and provides fast relief, it may irritate the lungs if users are not used to smoking.
Vaping: Similarly to smoking, vaporizing delivers almost immediate results. This method is considered a healthier alternative to smoking since it produces vapor instead of smoke.
Capsules and Tablets: Like edibles, CBD capsules and tablets can take anywhere from 30 minutes to one hour to take effect.
Topical Solutions: Unlike most CBD products, CBD topical formulas like pain balms target specific areas of the body. Topical CBD is absorbed directly into the skin upon application, but it can take 15 minutes to hours before the targeted area begins to benefit from CBD.
How to Dose Cannabidiol (CBD)
For the best results, users should take CBD daily. You can choose to stick to one delivery method like CBD oil or use a combination of products for a more diverse regimen. Either way, this will not alter how CBD affects your body unless you change the overall dosage. But how do you determine what CBD dosage is right for you in the first place?
If you are new to CBD, finding the right CBD dosage may prove to be a tricky task in the beginning. The best way to find the perfect daily dose of CBD is to start small and keep track of your body’s reactions for the first couple of days. Gradually increase the amount of CBD you take per day until you find the right dosage for your specific needs.
Another important aspect that needs to be taken into consideration is individual tolerance levels. For example, if you have been using CBD for years, your tolerance levels are more likely to be higher than that of a new user. Other factors that may influence your tolerance level are the frequency of use, gender, body mass index, and product potency.
Where To Buy Cannabidiol (CBD)
Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp and hemp-derived products are now legal at the federal level. As a result, Genesis Life CBD products now ship nationwide. Our collection of high-quality CBD products includes oils, capsules, balms, and dog treats. All Genesis Life products have been tested by an independent lab to ensure quality and safety.
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