Will CBD Get You High?

November 08, 2018

Will CBD Get You High?

You may have heard about CBD and it’s amazing health properties, but what is it really? If it comes from cannabis, shouldn't it make you high? Well, don't worry, because we're here to dispel any concerns you have about CBD and make you a believer.  Cannabidiol, or CBD as it's commonly known, does, in fact, come from Cannabis sativa – the marijuana plant. Despite this, it offers all the benefits of the plant, but without the intoxicating side-effects.  That's because the cannabis plant is made of two primary compounds, cannabidiol as mentioned earlier, and tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC for short. In fact, it's the THC aspect of cannabis that's notorious for giving users that feeling of being "high. Unfortunately, cannabis is often only associated with plants bred with significant traces of the substance, leading to negative stigma.

Alternatively, cannabis plants can even be grown to favor higher quantities of CBD instead, with almost no traces of THC. This plant is called hemp, and only contains a maximum level of 0.3% THC.  While cannabis high in THC is infamous for inflicting impaired motor skills, changes in perception, heightened moods, and more adverse effects, CBD instead offers its users many positive results, including:

  • Relief
  • Relaxation
  • Stress elimination
  • Pain reduction
  • Mindfulness
  • Better sleep
  • Emotional homeostasis
  • And many more health benefits

CBD has been used to treat ailments like severe acne, seizures, even cancer patients. Some users have started referring to CBD as the "miracle drug" for its incredible, natural healing properties.  So, if cannabidiol is entirely non-psychoactive, what does it actually feel like?  Well, that's the beauty of it, it barely feels like anything! Many first-time users of CBD will be confused as to whether it's working at all – until they realize that any afflictions that were bothering them, such as pain or stress, have disappeared.  Even at higher doses, CBD only offers its users feelings of comfort, as waves of relaxation flow throughout their body. Unlike THC, CBD affects the latent relaxants in your own body, increasing the level of endocannabinoids your body usually produces, so it's completely natural.  Overall, the effects of CBD are almost too good to believe. It offers all the positive results of cannabis, with the only potential side effects being contentment and relaxation. It's 100% natural, 100% non-psychoactive, and the perfect aid to get you through your day (and help you settle down at night).

Interested in trying CBD and seeing its amazing, non-intrusive benefits for yourself? Get in contact with UrCBD, and we can offer you an amazing number of products to fit your requirements!




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