Addressing a Few Common Concerns About CBD
Here at Agrozen Life Sciences, we’re working hard to provide pure, potent CBD for sale in the form of CBD oils, capsules, topicals, edibles, vape liquids, and more. Our lab results have shown that we stand by our word when it comes to the quality of our product, and as the CBD market continues to rapidly explode around the world, we’re proud to bring new CBD users products that they can trust and rely on.
In today’s blog post, we’ll take a brief look at some of the most common concerns about taking CBD. These concerns are typical of those who are new to CBD or using CBD for the first time, so if you’re inexperienced or simply new to the world of cannabidiol, we encourage you to keep reading below to learn more.
4 Common CBD Concerns
“Is CBD safe for my cat or dog?”
When considering alternatives to traditional medicine and other ways to improve your pet’s quality of life, it’s important to know that cats and dogs both share an endocannabinoid system similar to that of humans. This means that their bodies also respond to CBD and other cannabinoids found in our full-spectrum hemp extracts.
In short, CBD is 100% safe for your cat or dog, and many veterinarians encourage pet owners to use CBD topicals and dog treats to help with joint pain and other maladies.
“How do I determine the appropriate dose for my needs?”
Accurate CBD dosing can be tricky, especially if you’re new to it. While our conveniently pre-dosed CBD capsules take the guesswork out of your milligram dosage, oils and liquid droppers are more difficult to consistently dose.
Another important thing to note is that taking CBD is perfectly safe and you can never overdose on it — worst case, you’ll simply get a little sleepy. Like many things in life, we recommend starting low with your dosage (only doing a small drop), seeing how you feel, and working your way up from there.
“I’ve tried CBD and it doesn’t work for me.”
Your body features unique physiology that includes a myriad of factors that may affect CBD from having a noticeable effect on your body. While some people experience CBD more than others, we encourage you to keep trying and ingest CBD in multiple forms such as sublingually, topically, and even through inhalation.
“I don’t want to use CBD because I will test positively for THC.”
If you work for a private or public company that drug tests, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans are drug tested every year for a variety of substances, and THC is almost always included. Depending on how thorough your drug test is, it may detect levels of CBD in your body and unfairly equate that to THC.
In most cases for relatively healthy and active individuals, you will not test positively for marijuana even if you consume CBD.
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