One of the properties of CBD is that the substance itself is not psychoactive. Therefore, it will not make you giggly, lightheaded or creative. In fact, research from February 2019 shows that a high dose of CBD combined with THC actually reduces the psychoactive effect of THC.
So you won’t get high or stoned from CBD oil. This is because cannabidiol oil may not contain the mind-altering substance THC. Therefore CBD oil is legal, but more importantly: you remain unimpeded in your functioning. And you can (and do) just drive.
So the association of smoking hemp to get high and using CBD oil is unjustified. That’s because CBD is extracted from a different type of plant in the CBD family.
CBD Oil & THC Oil
CBD oil and THC oil are different names for oils made from CBD. These are oils prohibited by Law and cannot be sold. Nevertheless, you can easily make your own CBD oil. We would like to refer you to the first article in a series about making your own CBD oil if you are interested.
So there is an important difference between CBD oil and CBD oil. Do you have questions for your doctor about using CBD oil? Then make sure you use the correct name of this dietary supplement.
The right amount of CBD oil
In our webshop, CBD oil is available in different strengths. Because of this, it is important to pay attention to the right strength and dosage.
Tips about various types of CBD oil and the dosage you can read in the article: “5 Advantageous tips about Types and Dosage of CBD Oil”.
What exactly is the right dosage varies from person to person. Therefore, it is recommended to start with one or two drops at a time (depending on the strength of the CBD oil). You can repeat this once or twice a day.
Keep this up for several weeks to properly assess whether this amount of CBD suits you. You are reading this correctly. CBD oil is not a panacea. Give it time. Do you feel the need to take more or less after a few weeks? Then the dosage can be adjusted to your personal needs without any problems.
In our wide range, you can choose from different concentrations of CBD oil and different sizes of bottles. The percentage of the oil tells how concentrated the oil is. For example, a bottle with 5% CBD is more concentrated than a bottle with 2.5% CBD.
Next to the percentage, you will often read another number in mg (milligrams). This is the amount of CBD per package. A 10 ml bottle of CBD oil with 10% CBD contains about 1000 mg of CBD per bottle. A 30 ml bottle of the same concentration, on the other hand, contains 3 times as much CBD: 3000 mg of CBD per bottle. As with so many other products, you are often cheaper off by ordering a larger bottle. Check out evopure CBD oils at this link.
Is CBD useful if I am Healthy?
Each individual is unique and has different goals that he or she may want to address through the consumption and application of our products. It is important to note that CBD oil is not a replacement for a healthy diet and is not a substitute for any medication. It is a supplement (dietary supplement) that contains a large number of vitamins, minerals and fatty acids in addition to CBD.
How Do I Use CBD Oil?
For optimal use, the CBD drops are taken under the tongue. A bottle of CBD oil almost always comes in a handy pipette bottle. This makes not only dosing easy, but also taking it. It is also possible to first put the oil on your hand and then take it under your tongue.
Do you really want an exact and pure dosage? Then use the capsules or drip on a teaspoon of which you measure the difference in weight. Always read the information you receive with the product you order, but also on the product page where you order the CBD oil. Here you will find information about the correct intake and dosage.
CBD Oil for Animals
Animals can also benefit from CBD oil. These special CBD drops for cats and dogs can easily be mixed through the food or water of your pet. It is important, however, to do proper research on what your dog or cat needs. Unfortunately you can’t ask the animal that, but our CBD experts are here for you! You can also take a look at our frequently asked questions page. Perhaps the answer you are looking for is in there.
Also for animals, we are not allowed to give medical advice. For that you can contact your veterinarian. As soon as you notice that something is wrong with your pet, contact your veterinarian immediately. Don’t wait it out.