The two main categories of CBD oils on the market today contain both THC and CBD. If you choose a CBD product, you must make sure that it does not contain any THC. In addition, the CBD should not be smoked; therefore, it cannot be consumed like a tea. Although it is not yet legalized in the United States, hemp CBD has been the subject of many conversations and issues. Currently, the United States government classifies it as a Schedule II drug, which means it is illegal to buy, sell, or distribute except for medical purposes. Although this doesn’t make it illegal, it makes the product quite different than most other CBD oil products on the market.
Some companies are using hemp CBD oils in vapor rubs and cough drops because it doesn’t get a high in vapor form like other CBD oils do. Since it is in a liquid form, it doesn’t seem like a drug test would be too difficult to complete. However, if you decide to take a drug test, it won’t matter how much of the CBD you have in the product because you won’t be smoking it. Therefore, don’t assume that because your favourite CBD tincture doesn’t have THC, it’s okay to use it like that. It may work on one person, but not another.
When researching CBD oils, you will see that there are many forms available. In addition to CBD gums, topical creams, balms and inhalers are available in many forms. It is important to understand that although many forms of CBD contain only THC, not all of them do. For instance, many forms of THC-free CBD will also contain CBD THC free CBD.
If you are looking at the ingredients label on your CBD oil product, be sure to read the statement on the label that says “provide maximum benefit with minimum risk”. This means that even though your product may be low in THC by definition, it may still have a high concentration of CBD. This is what is called a “combination” formula and is a common ingredient in many popular CBD gums, topical creams and inhalers today. If your health care provider is not prescribing you a product that contains this, you should consider asking him or her for a CBD/ THC free CBD product instead.
There are many companies today that have done independent, self-funded lab tests to determine the levels of CBD present in products containing THCA, CBD and THC. Through this independent testing, these companies have determined that there is far less CBD than expected in many “THC free CBD” products. The tests have also shown that the majority of CBD/ THC free CBD products do not cause negative side effects in most people. Many parents who choose to use these products are amazed at the lack of side effects and the effective treatment of symptoms in children with ADHD and other mental disorders, such as Autism and epilepsy.
Today, parents of ADHD children are finding it easier than ever to get a true dosage of CBD in their child through using CBD supplements instead of buying “THC free CBD” products. Studies have shown that it is much easier to administer CBD to an ADHD patient using a drop or two of a CBD extract than it is using a CBD capsule. The drop makes it easy to administer the medicine and it also insures that the child receives his or her daily dose of the recommended amount of CBD. Most doctors will also recommend that a CBD supplement be used in conjunction with a regular dose of prescription ADHD medications. These medications must be approved by the FDA and should contain the highest standards for potency, purity and quality control.