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It’s strongly recommended to start with 1 gummy to experience how the broad spectrum affects you. The CBN has a slight psychoactive effect. And, this broad spectrum CBD oil has other cannabinoids which all work together in an entourage effect, making their effects greater together than apart. So each person is different, meaning start low and go slow.
Wait at least an hour before dosing more if desired. One may be plenty, as these potent CBD oil gummies and may cause a much stronger reaction than expected.
Since each person’s metabolism and tolerance is different, some may find that a low dose of CBD oil will be more than enough for a desired result, while others may need more than one gummy.
Another factor to consider is the amount of time required for the gummy to be digested, which varies from person-to-person. For best results, consume the dose before eating, or eat the gummy with food, to facilitate the highest rate of absorption into your system.
Until you understand how these gummies affect you, it’s best to wait at least 1-2 hours for effects to take place, before deciding to consume more, since a common issue is over-dosing due to the delayed effects when consuming edibles.
The therapeutic effects of CBD oil makes this full spectrum cannabinoid compound a favorite among users. Hemp-derived CBD oil is dispensary grade, and by law, can contain no more than 0.3% of the delta-9 compound. So, hemp-derived, broad-spectrum CBD is extracted from many plants, not just one.
The therapeutic properties of CBD are the same whether they come from a single plant or many.
What is ‘CBN?’
Cannabinol (CBN) is a minor cannabinoids found in trace amounts in most cannabis sativa plants, whether they are legal hemp or legal-state cannabis. Cannabinol is a mildly psychoactive cannabinoid that binds at both CB1 and CB2 receptors. This activity at CB1 and CB2 receptors constitutes interaction of CBN with the endocannabinoid system (ECS). CBN was the first cannabis compound to be isolated from cannabis extract in the late 1800s. Wikipedia
What is ‘Broad Spectrum CBD?’
Broad spectrum CBD has every cannabinoid except delta-9 THC. However, some minor cannabinoids, like cannabinol (CBN), delta-8 THC and cannabigerol (CBG), may have a mild psychoactive effect. CBD oil is an extraction from one or more legal hemp plants, into an oil that can be processed into other products. CBD is one of more than 170 known chemical compounds made by the cannabis sativa plant, called cannabinoids.
CBD is called a ‘major’ cannabinoid because it's found in much higher numbers than minor cannabinoids like delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol (D8THC). But, a broad spectrum includes more cannabinoids than CBD, which interact differently with each person’s unique chemistry.
Will Broad Spectrum CBD get you high?
No. Well, maybe. It depends. A full spectrum of cannabinoids, high in CBD, may contain enough minor cannabinoids to deliver mild psychoactive effects. People with lower tolerances to cannabinoids may feel mild euphoric effects, but don’t count on it. Broad spectrum CBD has intense therapeutic properties, but nothing notably psychoactive, according to most experienced users.
How strong is broad spectrum CBD?
It depends on many things. First, what is meant by ‘strong,’ because CBD has multiple effects. It is noted in scientific research to have mild antiinflammatory and pain relief effects. But, there is anecdotal evidence that CBD helps many people with a variety of problems in more effective ways than traditional pharmaceuticals.
CBD is a major cannabinoid, especially in US hemp plants. By law, legal hemp must have <0.3% D9 THC, which leaves a lot of room for CBD. A full spectrum CBD oil blend also has many other cannabinoids too, just not D9. There are more than 170 known cannabinoids to date, many of which have unknown effects. And, major and minor cannabinoids work together in an ‘entourage effect,’ making each other stronger than they are separately.
Will Broad Spectrum CBD oil cause a failed drug test?
Maybe. Probably not. But, you shouldn’t be surprised if it does. Since a broad spectrum CBD oil also contains minor cannabinoids like delta 8, it may produce enough metabolites to fail standard urine tests, depending on many factors. However, reports of this happening are rare, so it should be noted that much of the effect of the cannabinoids depend on personal metabolism too.
NOTE: While broad spectrum CBD may cause failed drug tests, all THC products can cause failed drug test results whether it’s delta 8, 9, 10, 11 or other hemp-derived products like THC-V, THC-A, etc.
How does broad spectrum CBD oil work?
There are two known receptors on nearly every cell in your body, made just for cannabinoids. CB1 receptors interact with your body's neural network- your brain- and CB2 receptors are found mainly in the body’s immune system. Therapeutic cannabinoids like CBD interact with the CB2 receptor, affecting all major body systems, helping keep you healthy.
Psychoactive cannabinoids like Delta 8,9, 10 and 11 THC interact with the CB1 receptor, affecting things like time perception, appetite and energy. But, CB1 and CB2 receptors may work with different cannabinoids, but those compounds also work together in an entourage effect. That means a full spectrum of compounds working together achieves greater effects than each compound would create alone. Stronger together, balancing one another and enhancing effects.
What is broad spectrum CBD oil used for?
You shouldn’t end your sentences in prepositions. But, grammar aside, people use broad-spectrum CBD oil for numerous reasons, both medicinal and even recreational. CBD is part of a spectrum of chemical compounds made in the miraculous cannabis plant and we are still learning how everything works, together and apart. We have to say be careful with all health claims because our knowledge is understandably limited due to nearly 50 years of prohibition.
But the days of cannabis being (mis)treated as a criminal are coming to an end with every educated mind and healed body. Still, many people make very broad claims about CBD which cannot be supported by evidence. However, it is known that people use broad spectrum cannabis products for a wide variety of conditions, more effectively than standard pharmaceutical products.
Broad spectrum CBD + CBN is used for pain relief, as a sleep aid, to calm anxiety, reduce depression and ease stress, to laugh and giggle more, see the world in a brighter perspective. You know your body and mind best. But, if on medicine, please consult with a doctor and speak honestly about cannabis use, even just CBD, to ensure no negative drug interactions.
How to use Full Spectrum CBD
CBD can be smoked, dabbed as concentrates, vaporized (heated to specific boiling points to release active ingredients without harmful combustion and smoke), ingested in tincture drops taken under the tongue for fast effect, or eaten as this edible gummies or chocolates, ice cream, tinctures, seltzers, capsules and convenient tablets.