Sourced from plants like hemp and marijuana, Cannabidiol or CBD is known far and wide for being a non-psychoactive cannabis compound. From oils to creams, gummies to beverages, the market is now full of a variety of easily available CBD products.
As the number of CBD-takers steadily rise, it is becoming more important for people to know what they should NOT be doing while consuming CBD, in any form. Listed below are some things to keep in mind.
Buying CBD Without Researching It
Just because CBD products are all over the store shelves, doesn’t mean you buy one mindlessly. Before buying any CBD-based product, make sure to check its ingredients, for the type of CBD used (full-spectrum, isolate, or others) and its percentage.
Research on the effects of CBD consumption in general, check if it is fit for use given your health condition and medical history (if any). In case of topical products, like CBD oil or cream, always do a little patch test first. This can prevent any unwanted side-effects from CBD intake.