One of the sources of hesitation of would-be CBD users is the belief
that, since CBD comes from the hemp plant, it will get them high.
Fortunately, this mistaken belief couldn’t be further from the truth.
CBD, or cannibidiol, is not the same as the psychoactive ingredient
found in marijuana (THC, or tetrahydrocannibinol).
Why Doesn’t CBD Get You High?
CBD is the second-most abundant cannibinoid found in the hemp plant. While it isn’t psychoactive it absolutely works on the brain in a number of ways. CBD actually works more like an antagonist on the CB1 receptor, inhibiting its activation. CBD cannot and will not produce the “high” effect. As a matter of fact, evidence suggests that CBD can be effective at bringing someone back down from a THC high. Oprah Winfrey speaks very highly of the benefits of CBD as a wellness agent.
Since CBD doesn’t work on the brain in the same way as THC, it’s safe
to use without fear of reproducing THC’s intoxicating effects. What
it does do, though, is work to reduce feelings of anxiety and paranoia,
as well as reduce the sensations of physical pain. Of course, the
efficacy of CBD in your own personal situation will depend on the
quality of the product you consume.
Urthleaf Full-Spectrum CBD Oil
Full-spectrum CBD oil from Urthleaf is 100% natural and sourced from the hemp plant – a plant that is naturally low in THC. So low, in fact, that Urthleaf CBD oil contains so little THC that it’s nigh undetectable. Using CBD will not get you high. It may, however, help treat chronic illnesses both mental and physical. Give CBD oil from Urthleaf a try today and see what it can do for you.