07/27/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 07/27/2021 05:24
Let's get one thing out of the way. You'll never sit around a hazy, tie-dye splattered room, listening to sitar music, and hear the words, 'Don't bogart the CBD, man. Pass it around.'
That's because CBD oil is made with hemp extracts and does not get you or your buddy 'Turtle' high.
But it's a fair question. If it doesn't make you high, how does CBD oil make you feel?
We'll go into detail below, but many people report a sense of relaxation or calm during ordinarily stressful situations. Some report better focus during work or hobbies.
Perhaps most interestingly, some people say they barely perceive the effect until they actively think about it after several weeks of daily use.
But it's really important to understand that CBD isn't made of magic and dreams.
You cannot and will not achieve your health goals with CBD oil productsalone. Instead, you'll see the best results from CBD when using it alongside a healthy lifestyle.
When people talk about using CBD or CBD oil, they're generally referring to a product made with hemp plant extracts. Hemp is a variety of cannabis plants that contain only tiny amounts of THC, which is the substance in marijuana that causes intoxication.
That's why you don't get high from CBD oil.
CBD products, like oils, capsules, gummies, and topicals, generally use one of three different extract types - full spectrum, broad spectrum, or isolate.
Full spectrum hemp extracts contain high CBD content, shallow THC levels, and a wide range of other cannabinoids, essential oils, and plant terpenes. Broad spectrum extracts are similar but do not contain THC. CBD isolate products contain only CBD and no other cannabis ingredients.
Researchers have identified a system of highly specialized cell receptors in the body that respond to the presence of cannabinoids. It's called the endocannabinoid system, and the receptors can be throughout the body.
However, each cannabinoid produces a different effect based on its molecular structure and cell receptor type.
Some experts describe an entourage effect- a kind of cooperation or synergy that occurs when a wide range of cannabinoids are introduced to the body.
We've already touched on this, but we're going to hit it one more time for those in the back.
No amount of CBD will make you feel high.That's because THC and CBD have different structures and more efficiently interact with various cell receptors.
Even CBD oil with the maximum limit on THC cannot cause impairment. However, even tiny amounts of THC can trigger a positive drug test.
CBD users report a wide range of results. That's because there are a lot of variables at play. An individual's weight, metabolism, activity level, diet, and unique biochemistry all affect how you'll feel after taking CBD regularly. The delivery method, formula, and serving size are also factors.
But there are a few common feelings people describe when using CBD.
People who use CBD alongside their healthy lifestyles sometimes report a slight feeling of stimulation and concentration when using small servings of CBD. Some have described it as 'coffee without the jitters' or used similar phrasing.
This is something researchers have started to investigate, but there's no concrete data yet.
Many people use CBD products as part of their wind-down routines and report positive effects. The products they use for this purpose range from CBD oil tinctures and vapes to CBD sleep aidsand bath bombs.
Aches and pains can also hinder one's ability to relax and sleep. As a result, people commonly use CBD topicalswith added pain fighters like menthol or lidocaine at bedtime.
Fatigue and soreness are problems many fitness enthusiasts face. It's impossible to push your body to the limit when you feel drained by the previous day's workout. That's why many people now turn to CBD products for accelerated recovery from training or strenuous work. Topical pain relievers with added CBD alongside are especially popular for this purpose.
Sleep is a major factor in recovery and muscle growth. As a result, some athletes use CBD sleep aid formulas to maximize their training routines.
This is where CBD really shines.
As we've said, CBD is not a magical substance that can solve all of your problems. Instead, you should think of it as a supplement to your healthy lifestyle. That's possibly the biggest reason you hear so many success stories from high-caliber athletes.
But apart from the question of just what CBD feels like, you also might be wondering just how quickly and for how long it can make you feel that way.
We've answered that question in more detail in another post. Still, the answer depends on your personal physiology and the delivery method of the product you're taking. The quick and dirty guide to delivery methods is as follows.
Again, this depends on physiology and delivery method. Generally, if you take CBD orally, you'll feel it for six or seven hours, but it can linger in your system for days or even weeks. That's why we recommend taking CBD every day for 30 days to get a real sense of how it's affecting you because it can build up over time.
On the other hand, vaping generates a quick response and clears out fairly quickly. Most users only feel the impact for a few hours. Topical application (again except for transdermal patches) also tends to be short-lived, which is why we advise applying our topical products up to four times a day if you need it. For more details, see our post 'How Long Does CBD Stay in Your System?'
How does CBD oil make youfeel?
To keep track of your progress, you may want to keep a journal. You don't have to write volumes on every detail. But keeping track of how you feel each day in a few short sentences accomplishes two things. One, it can help you become more aware of your current feelings. Second, it can help you keep tabs on any changes.
originally written by: Randall Goins