As 2018 drew to a close, Congress passed the 2018 Farm Bill, legislation that finally ended the federal prohibition of industrial hemp and all of its cannabinoids. Just a few months into 2019, there was already a booming market for cannabidiol (“CBD”), one of the over 100 chemicals produced by hemp. Initial research had found the cannabinoid effective against a variety of medical conditions and soon after it was legalized, there was a plethora of CBD products on the shelves.
As it is still new and barely regulated, the industry represents a minefield for first-time buyers who don’t know their way around. Although there are lots of good, honest firms selling CBD, there are plenty of bad players as well. So how does a customer get their money’s worth when they purchase CBD?
Buy high-quality CBD products. A sizeable percentage of the CBD products on the market are either contaminated or don’t contain nearly enough CBD. Plenty of sellers are willing to cut corners, quality-wise, and the end product isn’t as effective as it should be. High-quality contaminant free product will have enough CBD for the treatment to be effective.
Follow the instructions. CBD affects everyone in different ways. The cannabinoid interacts with a part of the nervous system called the endocannabinoid system, and how the CBD affects you depends on a variety of factors like age and gender. However, trustworthy sellers include instructions on the packaging, and each brand and product contains different dosages and might be consumed in different ways. Follow the instructions and you will steadily find out the dosage that works for you.
Keep a schedule. Cannabidiol has a long term effect when it’s used consistently. Once you’ve figured out the dosage and frequency that is most effective for you, use the CBD product consistently and preferably at the same time every day. As you do this, the CBD will steadily build up in your system and over time, smaller doses of the cannabinoid will produce stronger effects. So don’t call it quits after the first couple of days, even if it produces positive results.
Don’t forget about the other cannabinoids. THC, or delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, is the chemical responsible for cannabis’ infamous high. Alongside CBD, it’s one of the over 100 cannabinoids produced by the cannabis plant. When CBD is consumed in unison with other cannabinoids, it results in stronger benefits, something called the entourage effect. The chemicals work in unison and this amplifies their benefits. Full-spectrum CBD products contain CBD, other chemicals as well as terpenes.
Invest in high-quality CBD, preferably full-spectrum CBD products to take advantage of the entourage effect. Follow the instructions provided and take the cannabinoid consistently for significant positive results. If in doubt, companies like Green Growth Brands Inc. (CSE: GGB) (OTCQB: GGBXF) are always willing to answer any questions you may have.
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