CBD capsules are capsules, pills, whatever you prefer to call them, that contain extracted natural cannabinoids suspended in a fatty oil. CBD pills are usually made with CBD isolate — the purest form of CBD.
CBD is a prominent cannabinoid inside the cannabis plant. There are more than 400 cannabinoids in the cannabis plant; including the most popular and well known ones, THC and CBD. THC has been well known for giving users the high sensation when cannabis is taken because it is a psychoactive substance. However, CBD is not psychoactive no matter how you use it, meaning it does not have mind-altering effects and won’t get you high. Instead, it is used primarily for medicinal purposes. There has been a lot of research recently into the health benefits of CBD as it has become more globally accepted.
Yes, there are many different types of CBD capsules. You can get CBD gel capsules, CBD pills, vegan CBD capsules, and more. There are also different types of CBD gel capsules as you can also get chewable ones which may also be known as CBD edible gels.
Have a look at the varieties of capsules before deciding which you want to go for, it is also important to note what the capsules are made of and if they are suitable for your dietary requirements.
You take CBD capsules the same way that you take most capsules, you swallow them. Please read the directions on the packaging of the CBD capsules before taking them to ensure you are taking the correct amount at a time. Some capsules are also suitable for chewing so it may be worth double checking the instructions to clarify whether you should chew or swallow them.
It is all down to personal preference and how you want to feel the effects of the CBD. You should take into account that the CBD capsules are taken orally, so they will therefore take more time to take effect. We recommend taking one tablet in the morning and another in the evening after ingesting food products. By doing so you will feel the effects from the CBD during the day when you need them most and you’ll also benefit from the stress-relieving and relaxing effects through the night.
You can feel lots of different effects from CBD, and by taking CBD capsules you will also expose yourself to the many benefits that CBD brings. You may feel the effects from the CBD capsules not only in your body but also in your mind, some of these include:
Again, this all depends on personal preference and what you health and wellness goals are. We recommend starting off by following the recommended usage that is printed on the label of your CBD capsules. After you feel comfortable with that and you’d like to increase your dosage, consider these things first:
If in doubt, we always recommend to start off slowly and build it up over time to find your perfect dose.
No, CBD capsules will not get you high. CBD products usually contain such a low amount of THC that it is not possible to get high from CBD capsules. CBD is a non-psychoactive substance, therefore it doesn’t have mind-altering effects and is not capable of causing a high.
Yes, CBD capsules are safe to use. The World Health Organisation’s 2018 Critical Review Report on CBD states that CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile.
Please note that CBD is not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Please consult a healthcare professional or a doctor before using if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any medications or under medical supervision.
Yes, CBD capsules are completely legal in the UK. For any CBD product to be legal in the UK it must not contain more than 0.2% THC. THC is what is present in the cannabis plant that can make you high. CBD products should have very small traces of THC, if any, in order to be legal.
CBD is not addictive. This is because CBD (cannabidiol) doesn’t stimulate the cannabinoid receptors in your brain like other psychoactive chemicals do, like THC for example.
Because those cannabinoid receptors aren’t activated it means that you won’t get high, therefore there’s no uncontrollable drive to keep coming back for more. So, to summarise, because CBD doesn’t produce any kind of psychoactive effects or any highs, it isn’t addictive.
Yes there is a slight difference between CBD oil and CBD capsules. This difference is literally just the form of the CBD. Both products deliver the results of CBD as they both contain CBD, however, one is in oil form and the other is in tablet form, but both will provide the same effects. Some CBD capsules like CBD gel capsules actually contain CBD oil.
It is very rare for anyone to feel side effects from CBD, however, it is possible, but again it is very, very rare. The symptoms you could suffer from if you feel these effects include dry mouth, diarrhoea, change in weight and nausea. If you notice or feel any of these symptoms, we recommend that you speak to a healthcare professional or your doctor.
With most capsules you will be swallowing them, therefore the taste of them is irrelevant. However, if you are curious they probably won’t taste of much, if anything, just like any other tablet. If you have chewable CBD capsules then they will most likely be flavoured with something to make them taste nicer.
There is little research on how CBD affects other pharmaceutical drugs, however, there haven’t been any reported cases of a bad interference. To be safe though, we recommend that you consult with your doctor or a healthcare professional before you decide to take any form of CBD if you have any existing conditions or if you’re taking other medication.
The concentration of THC in CBD capsules is so low that they are below detectable levels. Hence our CBD edibles will never show up on a drug test. No one tests for CBD in drug tests anyway as it is completely legal. It is a legal substance that is also non-psychoactive, meaning it will not get you high. Athletes in the Olympics can use it, the elderly also use CBD products everyday to help them with their health and wellness, and plenty of people are only taking these products to enhance their daily lives. So no, CBD capsules will not make you fail a drug test.
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