We aren’t mind-readers, we just know our people. If you are new to CBD, the chances are you’ll be asking yourself some, if not all, of these questions.

Is using CBD like Smoking Weed?
No. It doesn’t have intoxicating effects like those caused by THC. In fact, it may have an opposing effect on the disordered thinking and anxiety produced by THC.

Can you get high from CBD oil?
No. THC is the psychoactive cannabinoid that makes you high. CBD doesn’t have any psychoactive properties.

While many CBD oils, particularly full-spectrum products, contain trace amounts of THC, it is not enough to make you high.

How Long Does CBD Take to Work?
It depends entirely on your physiology. Some people require very small doses, while some people will feel little or no effect, even after a large dose.


How quickly it works also depends upon the method of delivery. Products taken sublingually may work more quickly than edibles or those applied to the skin.

Either way, it is important to build slowly up to the correct dosage and establish the best method of delivery for you.

Will you fail a drug test if you take CBD?
The trace amounts of THC in full-spectrum oils should not make you fail a drug test, but some if you are prone to regular drug testing, products devoid of THC might be worth investigating.

We hope this helped? Don’t forget if you want to know more about CBD and how it works, you can always head to www.cbdworldnews.com for a wealth of easy to digest information and resources.

Anthony Tribunella

Having experienced the benefits of CBD first hand when it was starting to gain popularity, Anthony decided to spend his working life championing it to the public and his peers in the wider CBD community. As a CBD innovator himself, Anthony likes to remain at the leading edge of scientific and product development to ensure that the potential of CBD has every chance of being fully realized.

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