Many customers have expressed concerns about CBD’s safety because it is derived from cannabis. New customers, in particular, are concerned about how their bodies react to CBD oil.
There are legitimate side effects to taking CBD extract that you should be aware of even though it is safe for the vast majority of otherwise healthy adults. CBD is non-intoxicating, but that doesn’t mean you won’t negatively react to the substance. A high-quality hemp extract can help ensure a positive CBD experience, but it is important to know what to look for.
Is it possible, then, that CBD could cause negative effects?
The majority of healthy adults who take CBD don’t experience any side effects. Mild to moderate side effects, on the other hand, are not uncommon. Reactions caused by cannabidiol are listed below.
- Inflammation of the digestive tract (e.g., diarrhea or constipation)
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- The mouth is parched.
Taking too much CBD at once is the most common cause of these side effects. As it stands, it’s impossible to say how much CBD a patient should take. Because each person has a different metabolism, CBD is absorbed differently.
The customer should also keep in mind the possibility of CBD interfering with the effects of prescription drugs. CBD oil should not be consumed by anyone currently taking any prescription medication without first consulting their doctor.
How Can Customers Prevent CBD Side Effects from Occurring?
Starting with the lowest dose of Tribe CBD oil recommended minimizing side effects. You’re less likely to have an adverse reaction to CBD if you take less of it at a time.
First-time customers are advised to keep a “hemp journal” to track their daily CBD dosages. You should also keep track of any positive or negative reactions with each dose. Use this information to determine how much CBD you should take.
Do not exceed 10 mg per day in your daily dose of CBD oil. Increase the dosage by a small amount each day until you reach the desired outcome.
If you’re hesitant to start with Tribe CBD oil, you should know that we now have vegan-friendly CBD gummies available as an alternative. As opposed to CBD tinctures, edibles take longer to enter the bloodstream, so their effects are more subtle. CBD gummies should be less likely to cause side effects than CBD tinctures if you don’t go over the recommended dosage.
The final piece of advice is always to double-check the CBD’s ingredients!
In addition to dosage, CBD oil quality affects the likelihood of side effects. It’s not always the CBD in hemp extract that’s to blame when someone feels “off” after taking it. Because the FDA does not regulate the hemp industry, some “companies” sell fake CBD products with questionable secondary ingredients.
By checking their third-party lab certificates, you can ensure that your hemp supplier is selling authentic CBD. You can be sure that the hemp you’re consuming is pure with the help of these Certificates of Analysis.
Before we sell you any of our products, we have them thoroughly tested in cutting-edge labs by Tribe CBD. To ensure complete openness, we publish the results of all of our recent laboratory tests. If you have any questions or concerns about our CBD products, please don’t hesitate to contact us.