People enjoy new trends, ‘keeping up with the Jones’s’ as the saying goes, and trying new experiences, and this is no different when it comes to the use of CBD. It is a flower, a plant, and for most users an all-natural blessing to their lives.
The benefits of CBD, whether you use it in oil, edible, or even topical form far outweighs any nay-sayers and I am an avid promoter for all its positives. The thing is though when you hear that it comes from the marijuana plant family, some critics immediately conclude that it’s a ‘danger-drug’ and changes your perspective when under the influence.
See some opinions if you click here, whether they match yours or not, of users or critics and hearing both sides of the story will help you decide if it is something you want to embark on, but personally, our family has never looked back after implementing CBD into our lifestyles.
This then leads on to its legalities, the conversation turns to the law, and people get confused, so let’s take a moment to clear up the facts and the differences when it comes to full-spectrum products or other.
Looking at CBD as a whole.
Yes, you are correct in saying it is related to the marijuana family, but not such a close relative that it needs to raise an alarm, more the cousin you see through birthday cards, or a quick phone call.
CBD is the ‘safer’ side of Mother Nature’s garden, containing zero to less than 0.3% of THC (the psychoactive and hallucinogenic element of the plant, donning it the black sheep of the family tree, to learn more see here for some fun facts regarding THC and its uses and effects) and thus overall a natural ingredient that the whole family can benefit from.
Its extraction processes, if done using CO2 methods, make it the cleanest product on the CBD market with less soluble and solvents being left behind at the end of the manufacturing, and then packaging, stages.
Checking the origins and source of your product will not only give you peace of mind when it comes to giving it to your children, but a trusted source will have nothing to hide regarding test results and lab reports to show it is ethically and legally grown and harvested for safe consumption. A quick browse of their website can reveal a lot about a brand and business.
Will I be locked up if I take CBD on holiday with me?
Simply put, no. CBD is legal in the United States of America and some other countries around the world but the safest option is to check the country restrictions you intend on traveling to and any regulations they may have in place concerning the products you have in your luggage.
Every country sees things differently, and this is perfectly fine, if you have done your homework there should be no reason why your vacation should be spent in a grey square with metal bars on one side.
However, if you are still feeling unsure about it all, visit https://cheefbotanicals.com/is-cbd-flower-legal/ for an in-depth look into the topic and extra information to set your mind at ease. The more you know the better you’ll feel.
Administering of CBD.
Having spoken to plenty of people regarding the use of CBD, how it has affected their lives, and the reasons they began their CBD chapter in their lives, to begin with, we will take a look at some of the more popular common reasons.
- Versatility. To be able to use an ingredient in so many variations makes it a crowd-pleaser as well as being suited to all members of the family.
- Benefits. These far outweigh the negatives critics like to focus on and the success stories are increasing daily.
- Toxin-free. An organic product that offers a natural health solution, when harvested correctly and ethically it can save you the stress of wondering if yours or your children’s allergies will flare-up.
If you have tried everything else and the chemically-based products haven’t seemed to work, what have you got to lose?