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  • What is CBD and where does it come from?
    CBD, or cannabidiol, is a natural compound found in the cannabis plant. It's one of over a hundred cannabinoids found in both hemp and marijuana plants. Unlike THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it doesn't cause a "high."
  • How does CBD work in the body?
    CBD interacts with the body's endocannabinoid system, a network of receptors found throughout the body. It doesn't directly bind to these receptors but influences them to support various bodily functions like pain sensation, mood, immune response, and more. This interaction helps maintain bodily balance and promote health.
  • Is CBD safe and what are possible side effects?
    CBD is generally considered safe for most people, but some individuals might experience side effects like dry mouth, changes in appetite, diarrhea, or fatigue and potential interactions with certain medications. Consult a healthcare professional, especially if you have pre-existing conditions or take other medications.
  • How do I use CBD?
    CBD can be used in different forms like salves, balms, oils, capsules, creams, edibles, and vaping.
  • Will CBD get me high like THC?
    No, CBD is not psychoactive and won't produce a "high" like THC. CBD and THC are both compounds found in cannabis, but CBD is non-psychoactive and doesn't cause a high, while THC does.
  • Is CBD addictive?
    CBD is not believed to be addictive or habit-forming.
  • Is CBD tested for on drug tests?
    Standard drug tests typically look for THC, not CBD. However, some CBD products might contain trace amounts of THC, which could potentially lead to a positive result.
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