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Myths about Cannabis Oil

With the global growth of the Cannabidiol market, there have been several myths related to Cannabis Oil or CBD. And, the buzz around this topic makes it difficult to tell which information is true and can thus, sometimes discourage new users from trusting the product.

To help clear things up, some of the most common myths about Cannabis oil are discussed here:-

CBD oils are addictive

CBD doesn’t produce the high associated with THC, therefore, it’s potential for abuse is considered limited by scientists. Further, Researchers found that high doses of CBD of up to 1,500 milligrams per day were well-tolerated by the human subjects.

All CBD is produced the same way

This idea is certainly a misconception. Yet, when making a CBD purchase, it’s crucial to do your homework to ensure you are getting something safe. (According to a 2017 study published in JAMA, it was found that many CBD products available for online purchase were actually mislabeled.) So, patients must only opt for third-party tested brands from labs that are reputed and licensed.

There’s no proof to prove that CBD has medical benefits

People who still think CBD is snake oil are probably not aware of the fact that Cannabidiol is now an FDA-approved drug and have been used to treat Epilepsy. And, with the massive number of clinical trials coming down the pipeline, CBD will likely be approved to treat more health issues soon. (A 2018 study from the United Kingdom indicated promising results of CBD in treating ulcerative colitis. A 2014 study from Italy suggested that CBD hinders the growth of cancerous cells in people with colon cancer.)

CBD is only safe for adults

CBD products are also considered to be safe for children and even animals. Also, as mentioned above, CBD oil is gaining popularity as an aid for the treatment of children with epilepsy. However, remember that it is essential to have the right dosage and always consult a health professional when letting children consume CBD oil or Cannabidiol in any form.

CBD Oil Products are illegal

The legality of CBD oil depends on the regulations attached to it, which are different around the world.  Thus, if you want to buy CBD oil or any cannabidiol-infused products, you must check the laws of your area or state. In the U.S, according to federal law, CBD is illegal. However, in certain states, it is legal. While Idaho, Nebraska, Indiana, South Dakota, Kansas and West Virginia still consider CBD to be entirely illegal.

Conclusion:-

Over the last couple of years, dozens of testimonials have shown how CBD has come to the rescue, to cure different ailments. Cannabis is thus, coming into the light as a treatment option for a variety of medical conditions. Therefore, though we cannot consider it as a miraculous medical cure alternative, but it has few medicinal benefits. However, for a drug to be approved and distributed to the general public, a lot of regulations and policies have to be complied with.