What is CBD oil/vape liquid?
What is CBD oil?
CBD oil is a food supplement that contains CBD. CBD stands for cannabidiol. This is an active compound found in the cannabis plant. But CBD oil will not get you high. This is because our CBD oil contains no more than 0.2% THC, the psychoactive element of cannabis. So it’s completely legal, totally certified, and it won’t have a negative influence on your mind or your mood.
How does it work? CBD is a cannabinoid. As well as being present in the cannabis plant, cannabinoids are also produced in your body, where they’re known as endocannabinoids. They’re there to ensure your body stays in a state of homeostasis, or balance.
For example, when you feel stressed, your heart rates goes up. Your endocannabinoid receptors will recognise this, and they’ll actively work to regulate your heart rate and calm you down. That’s why some people take CBD oil for anxiety.
Our CBD products can have incredible health benefits because they can help your body achieve this state of homeostasis. A few drops of CBD oil can activate your body’s endocannabinoid receptors. Because there’s only trace amounts of THC, you won’t get stoned. But you might still feel calm and balanced, and ready to take on whatever life has to offer.
What is CBD vape liquid?
CBD vape is an e-liquid that contains CBD. Though it comes from the cannabis plant, CBD vape oil will not get you high. THC is the psychoactive element of cannabis, and our CBD vape oil contains no more than 0.2% THC. It’s completely legal, totally certified, and it won’t have a negative influence on your mind or your mood.
CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is an active compound found in the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid. As well as being present in the cannabis plant, cannabinoids are also produced in your body. They’re there to keep everything nice and balanced. So if you’re feeling stressed, for example, the endocannabinoid receptors in your body will work to regulate your heart rate.
When you allow CBD compounds into your body, they can activate the endocannabinoid receptors that are already present in your body. So long story short, CBD vape oil can calm you, soothe you, and help to restore balance – all without getting you stoned.
What are the effects of CBD? And will it get me high?
CBD can have the following effects: pain reduction, reduces muscle spasms, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, eases anxiety and depression, stops nausea and vomiting, counters psychotic thoughts, anticonvulsant, anti-tumor, a sedative at high doses.
Tailored CBD products will not give you a high as CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid.
How long does it take for CBD to take effect?
The CBD effect takes place differently person to person, everybody is different, but also the route of administration changes this too.
The quickest way for your body to absorb CBD is through inhalation of atomized CBD E-liquid, where the effects can be felt within minutes. One of the next fastest methods is oral drops as the CBD is absorbed into the bloodstream through the mucosa glands under the tongue, where the effects can be felt within 15 – 60 minutes.
Is CBD addictive?
No, CBD is not addictive. Although CBD it one of the cannabinoids found in cannabis plants, it does not interact with the body the in same way as THC (the cannabinoid that produces a high). In November 2017, the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Expert Committee on Drug Dependence reported that “In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential.[…]. To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.”
How long does CBD stay in your system?
Noticeable effects of CBD can last up to 3-5 hours, however it will take 1-2 days for all CBD to leave your body. It is best to take CBD at regular intervals to benefit from its properties.
Will CBD show up in drug tests?
While drug tests do screen for marijuana use, they are only used to detect the cannabinoid THC which is one of many within the cannabis plant. CBD is a legal ingredient in the UK and EU and therefore will not be screened for in a drugs test.
Are drug interactions possible with CBD?
CBD can have an effect on certain medication by either increasing or decreasing the effects. CBD inhibits the activity of the Cytochrome P450 enzymes (a group of liver enzymes), which are responsible for metabolizing drugs and toxins that enter the body. It is advisable that precaution is taken when using CBD alongside other medications and to always consult with your doctor first before taking any CBD product.
How does CBD work?
What’s most significant is that CBD is very similar to chemicals your body already produces. These endocannabinoids (a cannabinoid the body produces internally) are part of a network of chemicals and receptors known as the endocannabinoid system. Imagine the endocannabinoid system as the bodies internet transferring information and sending signals to the CB1 and CB2 receptors.
The ECS acts as the body’s assistant manager, with receptors throughout most of the major organs, the nervous system, and the immune system. Essentially it ensures that the body is operating in a state of balance, known as homeostasis.
The endocannabinoid’s system is CBD’s sole means of interacting with us. In fact, because it’s so similar, CBD is able to support the ECS quite easily. That’s why scientific research is so confident that CBD as a natural compound can safely be introduced to your body. Our Blog will provide more updates and information so take some time and read our regular updates.
Due to the current state of legislation of CBD surrounding businesses selling it, it’s very difficult to discuss CBD and how it interacts with the body. That’s why at Tailored CBD we make no medical claims, and no reference to CBD and its effects. However, we do encourage you to undertake your own research from respected sources in order to gain a greater understanding.