1. Is CBD Legal?
Yes! The Farm Bill in 2018 legalized CBD in all 50 US states. Hemp derived CBD can be grown, sold and purchased anywhere within the United States. Unlike THC (the psychoactive component found in marijuana), CBD does not have any psychoactive properties and will NOT produce a “high” or intoxication. CBD also does not cause any form addiction. There are numerous countries outside of the US that have not legalized CBD as of yet. Consumers outside of the US should reference their local laws before purchasing.
2. What are the Benefits of CBD?
Recent medical studies have demonstrated that CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties can help control the symptoms of various dermatologic conditions, such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, and shingles.Therefore, the incorporation of CBD can potentially provide significant benefits for improving skin health and managing these dermatological conditions.
3. Are There Any Side Effects?
CBD is generally well-tolerated and it is considered to be safe. However, some people may experience side effects such as dry mouth, low blood pressure, drowsiness, and changes in appetite or weight. It is important to talk to your doctor before taking any CBD product.
4. How Much CBD Should I Take?
The amount of CBD that you should take depends on your individual needs and goals. It is best to start with a low dose and gradually increase it over time. Be sure to talk to your doctor before taking any CBD product to ensure that it is safe for you.
5. What is the Best Way to Take CBD?
The best way to take CBD is based on personal preference. It can be taken orally, topically, or inhaled. It is important to follow the instructions on the product label and talk to your doctor before taking any CBD product.