Cannabidiol, or CBD oil, is a cannabis extract used in modern medicine as a dietary supplement. This bioactive additive is popular as a treatment for a wide range of pathologies.
Cannabidiol oil comes from legal varieties of cannabis, that is, those in which the content of CBD is maximum, and the content of the other psychoactive component of cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol, is insignificant. In most jurisdictions, varieties with a THC content of no more than 0.2% are legal.
You can consume CBD oil with food and as a separate suspension. The daily dosage is from 1 to 5 drops, and in severe cases – up to 10 or more drops. Medical experts do not recommend starting a course on cannabidiol oil with the maximum dosage. Small doses of the bioactive supplement is advisable. At the same time, there is no record showing CBD oil overdose. There are also no data on contraindications, except for individual intolerance to cannabis extract.
The list steadily expanding is the spectrum of pathologies in which Cannabidiol oil is suitable, including diabetes mellitus, epilepsy, autism, nausea, autoimmune diseases, and other pathologies.
Aside from oil, other Cannabidiol products offer the same benefits, like gummies, e-liquid, capsules, and more.