Will CBD make me high?

CBD oil is completely non-psychoactive and will not get you high. This is because CBD does not bind to the CBD1 and CBD2 receptors that cause one to feel the high that is produced when ingesting THC. CB1 receptors are found in the brain and they affect your mood, your emotions, and appetite. CB2 receptors are found throughout the rest of the body including the immune system. When THC comes in contact with these receptors, it will bind to them, limiting their natural function,  while CBD stimulates these receptors to produce more of the cannabinoids that are naturally produced within our bodies. Since these receptors are found throughout our entire body, the benefits of CBD is enhanced.

Is CBD a drug?

Not to be confused with medical marijuana, Cannabidiol is a naturally occurring cannabinoid, derived from hemp and is not classified as a drug, as it contains no psychoactive properties. However, as of 2018, the FDA has approved CBD as a prescription medicine for the use of two rare forms of childhood epilepsy.

Are there side effects with CBD?

Studies on CBD have not yielded any significant side effects to produce any warnings. Tiredness and subtle changes in appetite may occur during the initial phase of figuring out what the correct dosage is for you.

Is CBD illegal?

Not the CBD found in Trust Brothers products! There are two main sources of CBD oil: hemp plants and marijuana. The CBD oil that derives from marijuana is not legal in every state. However, that is NOT the CBD oil that is essential to your body and that is the one you want to stay away from if you are not looking to experience a mind altering high. If medical marijuana is illegal in a given state, THC levels determine whether a CBD product is illicit or not. In most places, the limit is under 1% with some states opting for a cap as low as 0.3 percent. In this case, the only source that would work is hemp, and CBD products will, therefore, be hemp-derived, thus making it legal and containing absolutely no THC. Our products are all derived directly from hemp, not marijuana.

How much should I take?

Because our physical makeup is unique to each of us, it’s nearly impossible to declare a specific concentration of CBD one should take. It is also vital to remember that each symptom and desired outcome will be the variable that will determine how much you need, so what works for one person, may not work at all for the next person. With that being said you are probably still wondering, how much do I take and how much is too much?

For the first four days, many people start their regimen by taking a dose in the morning and another at night. Generally, customers with a larger frame, or that experience severe symptoms have been successful by beginning with a dosage of 25-50mg of CBD each day and either increasing or decreasing the dosage depending on how they feel. While customers with a smaller frame, or have little to moderate symptoms, have been successful by starting with their dosage between 10-15mg of CBD each day.

Difference in CBD Delivery Systems: Oral vs. Topical

Oral ingestion:
The most common ways to ingest CBD oil are orally and topically. Both have their advantages and the method is based on the individual’s preference and their symptoms. Because the oil would be placed sublingually, it enters your body through the mucous membranes much quicker than any other method and provides immediate relief if it’s being taken to alleviate pain. Pure CBD oil is designed for the sublingual method. It can be placed under the tongue for approximately 90 seconds, bypassing the digestive system and entering your bloodstream immediately.

Topical use:
Some CBD oils are made to be applied directly on to the skin. This allows the oil to interact penetrate your pores and interact with the areas closest to your skin without the need to enter the bloodstream. This method is preferred when the area that needs to be treated is isolated because it allows you to apply the oil directly to that area.

How exactly does CBD work in our body?

CBD1 receptors are found mostly in the brain. These are the receptors that affect your mood, your emotions, appetite. CBD2 receptors are found throughout the body and immune system. CBD oil doesn’t affect either of these receptors like THC does, instead it influence the body to produce the natural endocannabinoids that are in our body naturally. It is important to remember the way CBD differs from THC is this: CBD is not a recreational drug, it does not interact with the psychoactive receptors in our body. It helps our bodies by naturally increasing the production of pre-existing endocannabinoids to promote our well being.

How long to notice results?

Because each of our bodies are different, results will rely upon each individual as will the time expected to see results. A couple of drops of Trust Brothers CBD Oil Drops is a standout amongst the most productive methods for taking CBD – many report a recognizable change in a couple of minutes!

It is highly recommended that you speak with your health care physician before taking CBD oil for specific illnesses. The FDA has not officially released any general statements about CBD and its uses, nor do we ensure this item will diagnose, treat, cure or inhibit any disease from occurring.