CBD has been studied in a pre-clinical environment for its ability to reduce anxiety associated with common panic disorders.
Cannabidiol has few side-effects and multiple studies have confirmed and extended its positive safety profile.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a biological system that consists of transmitters, enzymes, and receptors throughout the human body.
Standard drug tests do not test for cannabidiol (CBD).
CBD oil and hemp oil are not the same thing.
CBD products that contain less than 0.3% THC by dry weight, or that are approved by the FDA, are considered “generally legal” and can be taken on a plane.
Cannabidiol (CBD) on its own does not cause a high.
CBD has demonstrated neuroprotective properties, but long-term studies haven’t been performed on its impact to the brain.
The strongest oil products on the market today range from 150 – 165 mg of CBD/mL.