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What is CBD Oil?

Shuanna Kaufman January 7, 2021 0 comments
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Unless you’ve been living on a different planet, then you’ve undoubtedly heard of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)—the psychoactive compound found inside a cannabis plant. But there’s a possibility you don’t know much (or anything at all) about cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is a lesser-known cannabinoid in cannabis, but it has a ton of therapeutic benefits for the user.

So What Is CBD Oil Used For?

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil has a myriad of benefits associated with the chemical compound. For starters, it’s known to help those with seizures who suffer from rare cases of epilepsy like the Lennox-Gastaut and Dravet syndromes. And quite a few states placed legislation on the books to allow those patients access to CBD oil before it was legalized with the passing of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018.

Shortly afterward, a pharmaceutical company, GW Pharmaceuticals, created a synthetic version of the CBD molecule to treat patients with those diseases. However, the FDA insists that the company’s drug is the only FDA-approved cannabidiol derivative on the market. But, even so, CBD oil is still available to be purchased legally online by anyone who needs it.

Besides those ailments, there are scientific studies that support the argument that CBD could potentially be used for treating nervousness and discomfort. And with almost 20% of the US adult population affected by some type of mental disorder, utilizing cannabidiol oil for its therapeutic promise is a game-changer, especially when the statistics show that 36.9% of those inflicted with nervousness issues don’t seek treatment.

You’ll also find studies that show CBD assists with discomfort, muscle spasms, sleeping disorders, lowering blood pressure, and lots of other complications. And there are even a few clinical trials in progress proving how CBD treats certain skin conditions.

Will CBD Get You High?

While the majority of rhetoric read on the internet states that CBD is a non-psychoactive substance, it’s a misnomer. Cannabidiol is a psychoactive compound—which is why it helps alleviate stress in people who take it—but it is a non-intoxicating substance. So if you use CBD, you won’t get high off it, unlike the properties of its cannabinoid-compound-cousin THC.

The CBD compound is derived from the industrial hemp plant. While industrial hemp is still part of the cannabis family, it’s a variety of Cannabis sativa that has a low percentage of THC inside it. In fact, all of the industrial hemp grown in the US has a maximum of 0.3% THC. And that means it’s impossible to feel any psychotropic effects from smoking or ingesting hemp products.

Will CBD Cause You to Fail a Drug Screen?

Now, you might be worrying about whether or not CBD oil will make you fail a urinary analysis. And it’s a legitimate concern. Even though there is only a minuscule trace of THC in industrial hemp, a possibility (no matter how small of a chance) remains that you could fail a drug test.

So, for those people, I would warn you to be wary about the type of CBD oil you purchase. You see, there are different types of CBD on the market. When shopping around, you’ll find full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and CBD isolate versions of the product.

So, if you’re one of the people who have mandatory drug screenings to worry about, you would want to make sure you buy CBD isolate. That version of CBD oil has isolated the CBD compound from all the other cannabinoids. That means CBD isolate contains 99% CBD.

When you use CBD isolate, any trace of THC is almost nonexistent. So passing a drug test would not be a problem. And Ketum Superior has a CBD isolate product available for you to purchase right now. Take the initiative and give it a shot. The numerous benefits from using CBD oil speaks for itself.

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Shuanna Kaufman

Shaunna works as a Communication Specialist for a district in Oregon. She also owns a marketing company She volunteers her spare time to help defend kratom and serves on the board of Kratom United as a graphic designer.

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