No, CBD oil will not get you high. Full-spectrum CBD oil, created from the hemp plant, is naturally low in THC; therefore, it would take a lot of CBD for you to experience a “high” feeling. If you want to avoid any interaction with THC, buy a THC-free broad-spectrum CBD product.
CBD oil interacts with our body's endocannabinoid system, the system that exists throughout the body to help us maintain balance and homeostasis. A balanced system supports the relief of common problems: aches and pains, joint pain, skin and sleep problems, and much more.
The manufacture of our oils is to extract the cannabidiol (CBD) and the terpenes from the hemp plant with CO2. The combination of these compounds is what gives us the appreciated (entourage effect) where the cannabinoids unite and work together to achieve a more powerful effect. Made in Germany under the supervision of experts, passing through several quality controls and complying with EU regulations. The broad-spectrum WEEDNESS CBD oil is free of the psychoactive substance Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), so it cannot cause euphoric or psychoactive effects. Even though our CBD oil is an ecological product, free of pesticides, free of (THC) and being a very beneficial product for both humans and our animal friends, we at WEEDNESS CBD do not recommend the consumption of Cannabidiol (CBD) in pregnant or lactating women before contacting your doctor. Since we well know that pregnancy and lactation are very delicate processes and based on scientific studies that still cannot say anything clearly about it.
CBD oil stay in our system between 2 days and 1 week. However, it is possible that for some, CBD can stay in their system much longer. Many factors influence how long CBD oil will stay in your system, including height, weight, exercise level, and water intake, to name a few.
CBD will affect everyone differently. People generally feel more relaxed and at ease after consuming CBD. However, some report feeling alert and focused. The best way to find out how CBD oil makes you feel is to try it for yourself.
None of our products contain THC, so using any WEEDNESS CBD product cannot result in a positive test for doping or prohibited substances. Each product has a QR code with its corresponding analytics. If you need more information about analytics, contact our team
Currently CBD is a substance under study which will be able to establish the correct daily amount. (25mg/day) is generally considered to be a “low dose” daily. The “average dose” is between (25-50 mg/day) Doses higher than (75-100 mg/day) are considered as “high doses”. Although the consumption of CBD oil is not allowed in Spain, there are other countries in the EU and the US where its sublingual consumption is popular and regularized. There, CBD users recommend starting with a "low dose" of 2-3 sublingual drops and gradually increasing the amount until you get your "perfect dose" and obtain the desired effect. Being a natural product, taking the same amount does not affect everyone in the same way. In Spain at the moment CBD oil can only be used for topical use. Applying it in areas with inflammation, pain (such as arthritis), skin with acne, seborrhea, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.
The CBD oil that shows up on a drug test depends on the amount of CBD you ingest and the type of CBD you consume. CBD oil created from a hemp plant contains trace amounts of THC (less than 0.2%) but will not produce a “high”. However, if you want to play it safe, always buy a broad-spectrum CBD oil, which does not contain THC.
No, hemp oil is not the same as CBD oil. Hemp seed oil is produced from cold-pressed hemp seeds. CBD oil is extracted from the flowers of the hemp plant. Hemp seed oil does not contain CBD, while CBD oil contains high concentrations of the cannabinoid CBD.
CBD is a molecule that has led to a large number of scientific studies showing that controlled consumption of CBD provides numerous beneficial health effects. This cannabinoid found in the Cannabis Sativa L. plant has proven to be an effective substance in the treatment of diseases such as arthritis, asthma or epilepsy. These scientific advances culminated in the report published in December 2017 by the World Health Organization (WHO) stating that CBD is neither addictive (unlike THC, the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant) nor has any harmful effects on health, while confirming its enormous therapeutic potential.