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5 Common Myths About CBD You Should Know

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Did you know that 1 in 7 adults use CBD products in the U.S? Whether you’re a hemp-enthusiast, a health professional or someone standing in line at the grocery store, you’ve probably heard quite a few facts about CBD.

As the hemp industry continues to grow as a natural remedy for health and wellness, it’s important to keep in mind that not everything you hear about CBD is accurate. In the following article, we will help debunk some of the most common myths about CBD products.

First things first. What is CBD?

CBD, which stands for cannabidiol, is an active ingredient in cannabis derived from the hemp plant. CBD is continuously being studied for its potential role to help alleviate symptoms of many health conditions. These conditions include anxiety, pain and insomnia.

While it hasn’t been scientifically proven as a treatment for these conditions, CBD is used as a natural alternative to help with seizure disorders, such as epilepsy, muscle disorders, like Parkinson disease or Crohn disease, and various mental health disorders as well.

What are the Most Common CBD Myths?

CBD Myth #1: All CBD oils are the same

If you’ve heard that all CBD oils are the same, we are here to tell you that this myth is simply wrong. This is like saying that all caffeine sources are the same, which we both know isn’t true. Even though there’s only one molecule called cannabidiol, CBD is a very complex substance.

When CBD oils comes from different sources, such as hemp or cannabis, the molecules differ, which affects our bodies in very different ways.

CBD Myth #2: CBD activates cannabinoid receptors

This is probably one of the most common CBD myths out there. While the endocannabinoid system is a naturally occurring collection of messenger molecules that affects both your health and mental state, CBD does not directly trigger the CB1 or CB2 receptors throughout the body like THC does. Instead, it helps stimulate these types of receptors and modifies the receptors’ ability to bind to cannabinoids.

CBD Myth #3: Taking more CBD is better

When it comes to CBD, it isn’t always true that more CBD is better. This type of statement depends on the individual taking CBD and how you’re taking it. Here are a 2 things you should keep in mind when it comes to dosage:

  • Products with higher levels of CBD might not be as effective for you than broad spectrum with less CBD and more terpenes and other cannabinoids, depending on the person
  • Your method of consumption, whether it be a capsule, topical or tincture, affects how much CBD enters your body and goes into your bloodstream

The ideal dosage for CBD per individual is still being researched, but you should always consult an appropriate dose for you with your doctor.

CBD Myth #4: CBD isn’t psychoactive

When people say that CBD isn’t psychoactive, they likely mean that CBD doesn’t get you high how THC does. Technically, a psychoactive substance is any molecule that alters the chemicals in the brain, whether that’s in a positive, negative or neutral way.

This misconception is essentially everywhere, yet cannabidiol, just like caffeine, is listed in the psychoactive category. CBD contains a wide range of targets, such as 5-HT1A serotonin receptors, which plays a key role in our central nervous system.

CBD Myth #5: CBD is Sedating

To clarify, CBD technically isn’t a sedative. While it can be very relaxing, people often confuse CBD oil for being a sedative, despite the sense of relief it can provide to its users. However, there are some products that contain high concentrations of THC, which does have a sedating effect.

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Vaping CBD flower doesn’t really do anything. Can you vape hash? Is my flower just too weak?

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I have some run of the mill (I think about 6% CBD) CBD flower, couldn’t get anything better for the time being.but even a full bowl does nothing or at best feels like a few sips of beer.

I’m in the EU so it’s not that much choice here, however.

I will be ordering more but I’m deciding between 2 things:

Hempelf Strawberry Kush (13% CBD iirc)

Nepal Hash (I think about 22%).

I’m wondering 2 things

  1. Should I go with the Strawberry since it has a ton of amazing reviews and find out if it’s just me who can’t feel any effects or

  2. Should I get hash in hopes of getting the strongest experience possible to judge the effects once and for all? If yes, can you vape hash? I have a Magic Flight Launch Box which is intended for dry herb I think

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/CBD/comments/jidb5l/vaping_cbd_flower_doesnt_really_do_anything_can/

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