Basically, the answer is no, there is no intoxicating component to hemp oil because while both cannabis (formerly referred to as medical marijuana) and hemp are technically from the same Cannabis L. Sativa plant, hemp has been bred to contain less than 0.3% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) which is the psychoactive component of the cannabis that produces the euphoria, a “stoned” feeling, and the “high” effect when consumed. Hemp produces no “high” that would be associated with a cannabis (THC) high.
What the research says…
Clinical research on humans has yet to conclude, but CBD hemp oil is showing promising results in ongoing research, pertaining to stress and mood, The relaxation effects produced from ingesting CBD can be strong for some, and most users report some level of calm associated with regular use. This is often described as “taking the edge off” of stress or mood, rather than any of the more robust effects of THC.
Design Wellness Tips:
As with all wellness products, it’s always a good idea consult with your physician and to start out slow to measure their success factors for everyone’s individual Endocannabinoid System, the part of the Central Nervous System that interacts with cannabinoids like CBD, CBN, CBL, CBG, THC, and others.
We always recommend taking time to discover what dosage works best for you by keeping a journal and tracking when and how much hemp oil you’re using. Track your health and wellness plan to gage when you need to make adjustment to ensure that you get your desired results when you need it and it integrates seamlessly with your wellness goals.
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