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Are there any risks of using CBD?

Don't panic! 0 risk!

According to WHO and many researchers, using CBD in large quantities does not cause any health hazards. Indeed, CBD comes from hemp but does not contain THC, so it is not considered a drug.

The WHO even informs us that CBD would have an interesting potential to act and relieve epilepsy crises and chronic pain.

Even in cases of overdose CBD would not have a disturbing effect on health. It may result in some muscle stiffness, headache or sleepiness. If symptoms persist, you should consult a doctor.

It is nevertheless a matter of not getting there and being able to dose its consumption of CBD according to its needs and weight. For this, we are moving you to our article“How much CBD a day?”.

To give you an idea, the Current Drug Safety has been interested in the impact of cannabinoids at various doses in vivo and in utero and has concluded that to be overdose, it would be necessary to consume 1500 mg of CBD per day. Which seems to be a difficult threshold to reach.

More risky absorption methods than other

Smoking CBD, with or without tobacco, proves to be dangerous to health. In fact, the burning of cannabis produces, among other things, tar, tobacco and harmful substances. Combustion is not the most appropriate method to benefit from CBD’s benefits.

Inhale the smoke using vaporizer may be effective but attention should be paid to the doses and quality of the product consumed.

Eating CBD-based products is the most healthy way to consume CBD. ♪ infusion, in gummies or in the form of chocolate oroils, all means are good to make the task easy.

It should be noted, however, that CBD is hydrophobic and must be diluted to a fatty body to be able to feel its effects.