FAQs CannaReleaf - CBD
What is CBD?
The term CBD is an acronym for Cannabidiol, one of the 113 phytocannabinoids derived from the Cannabis plant species. CBD is a natural compound completely devoid of the intoxicating/psychoactive activity, whilst also exhibiting analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-convulsant, anti-inflammatory, antineoplastic and chemopreventive properties.
What is THC?
- The term THC represents an acronym for tetrahydrocannabinol, which is one of the 113 phytocannabinoids present in the Cannabis plant species. THC is the only intoxicating compound present within the Cannabis plant species.
Will CBD get me High?
No, consuming CBD won't make you high. CBD in strong concentrations creates an uplifting or a relaxing effect, and it has no psychoactive value and does not get the user intoxicated.
What are some of the side effects associated with CBD consumption?
The consumption of CBD is typically well tolerated by most users, but there may be a few minor side effects such as:-
- Change in Mood
- Dry Mouth
- Change in Appetite
- Increased levels of liver enzymes.
What is the EndoCannabinoid system?
The EndoCannabinoid System (ECS) is a network in the human body composed of endocannabinoids. It regulates important functions of the body, such as pain, appetite, mood, etc.
Can You Overdose on CBD?
No, it is not possible to overdose on CBD, but consumption in high dosages might trigger occasional changes in your mood & appetite.
What is the ideal dosage of CBD per day for a person?
There isn't an ideal dosage of CBD per day for a person as every person's body requirements are different. The dosage would depend on several factors such as body type, consumption & lifestyle habits, CBD tolerance, and the consumer's level of pain. The kind of CBD product and its concentration are other important considerations since some products interact differently with the body than others.