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Cannabidiol (CBD) Glossary

Common CBD Myths Debunked

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Posted on May 08, 2024, 11 a.m.

CBD, which stands for cannabidiol, is much more than just another trend. Now, CBD is recognized by the FDA as a suitable treatment for seizures. For some people, this compound can help ease anxiety and has the potential to treat symptoms of anxiety-related conditions like PTSD. However, now that CBD is popular, there are several myths surrounding its use. This article will debunk some of the most common myths.

CBD Gets You High

Many people have the common misconception that CBD will get you high like THC does, but this isn’t true. CBD, in its pure form, has either no or almost no THC in it. THC is the compound found in marijuana that makes a person feel euphoric. This is why marijuana is often illegal and regulated, but CBD is readily available. CBD can help your body achieve balance without making you feel high. 

CBD is Illegal Everywhere

Most people assume that CBD is illegal, just like THC, but that’s not true. CBD is often sold online and over the counter. However, this only applies to CBD with a THC content of 0.3% or less, such as CBD derived from hemp plants. Some states heavily regulate the sale of CBD, and it is illegal. The legal status of CBD products varies depending on the country. It’s crucial to research local laws before traveling with a CBD product. 

It Shows Up On Drug Tests

The fear of testing positive for drugs is a common reason why some people avoid CBD products. However, pure CBD products contain a very low level of THC, and while it is possible that it could, theoretically, it is unlikely that it will show up on a drug test. Keep in mind that some CBD products are sold that have a combination of CBD and THC, these will show up on a drug test. To avoid a positive drug test, research suppliers before buying products. Make sure to read labels carefully to avoid accidentally taking THC.

It’s A Magical Cure

CBD has so many benefits that many people swear it can cure everything and replace medicine. While this would be great, CBD has many benefits, it does not heal all ailments. Whether or not it will help you often depends on the severity of the condition, the dosage, and more. Having realistic expectations and adjusting your dosage to achieve the desired effect is essential. 

In Conclusion

CBD can help relieve anxiety and other mental or physical symptoms. CBD salve is a common remedy to soothe tired and aching joints. However, it’s essential to work with a reputable supplier that offers pure CBD products and understand that it’s not a magical remedy that can cure everything. 

This article has been written by the OnlyPure team. They are dedicated to promoting holistic health and wellness through premium CBD products. With a commitment to purity and quality, they strive to provide customers with natural remedies backed by science. 

As with anything you read on the internet, this article should not be construed as medical advice; please talk to your doctor or primary care provider before changing your wellness routine. This article is not intended to provide a medical diagnosis, recommendation, treatment, or endorsement. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

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