Does DNA Full Spectrum CBD get you high? Is it marijuana? What is CBD, really?
CBD from hemp has been getting a lot of attention regarding its potential for health benefits. While these benefits are still be studied we can not legally promote any of the health benefits, nor discuss such health claims, there are a tremendous amount of reports available. Hemp has been around each and every one of us for a very long time. Hemp is found in products such as rope, paper, plastics, textiles and more. There are approximately 25,000 hemp products that are sold daily at grocery stores, clothing stores, pet stores and more. Though hemp has been around for thousands of years, we are still learning what hemp has to offer. Become educated and become part of the discussion. The non-intoxicating extract is being credited with helping a host of issues. Our Full Spectrum CBD is extracted from the flowers (or “buds”) of female hemp plants. Unlike marijuana that gets you “high”, DNA Full Spectrum CBD’s do not produce intoxication and are non-psychoactive.
While there is currently a lack of excessive regulations, we have been working with chemistry in manufacturing since 2009.
Our parent company was founded in 2009 and has been at the forefront of critical liquid extraction ever since. We follow the same principles such as acting as a visionary and advocate for the consumers of cannabidiol (CBD) and the hemp industry as a whole, responsibly. As the industry evolves, we continue to add new and exciting products to our already extensive product line, as well as educating consumers and law makers, and promoting advocacy. Our laboratories are ISO certified and our strict standards and attention to detail have garnered us with many business accolades/awards.
Are There Side Effects?
So far, CBD doesn’t seem to cause serious ones. However, we recommend proceeding with caution. CBD can affect how other medications work, so be sure to tell your doctor about everything you take, including vitamins and supplements. Please note, it is important to speak with your doctor regarding CBD use, especially if you are taking other medications, supplements, and / or other medicines.
Potential Interactions With Other Meds
Studies on CBD also have raised concerns about possible interactions with other drugs. Our products are not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always check with your physician prior to started the use of our products. Please note, it is important to speak with your doctor regarding CBD use, especially if you are taking other medications, supplements, and/or other medicines.
What Is CBD?
It’s short for cannabidiol, and it’s a natural compound found in both marijuana and hemp plants. There’s some evidence that it might help treat pain, seizures, and some other health problems. But much more research is needed for doctors to know for sure what it can do.
How Do You Take It?
You can take CBD oil by itself by mouth, or use one of many products that has it as an ingredient. These include pills, chewable gels, “tinctures” you drop under your tongue, vape cartridges you breathe in, creams on your skin, and foods like chocolate bars. The amount and quality of CBD in these products can be very different.
Does CBD Make You High?
CBD does not get you high, another substance in marijuana called THC does that. If you use a CBD product, check the label and make sure that’s the only cannabinoid listed. In states where marijuana is legal, some companies put product information online that lists the amount of each ingredient.
Is CBD Addictive?
CBD oil by itself is not addictive. But CBD products that also have THC can be. The key again is to know the source and check the ingredients and the amounts so you know exactly what you’re using.
Can CBD Help With Seizures?
The FDA has approved only one CBD-based drug, and it’s used to treat two rare types of epilepsy: Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome. It’s called Epidiolex, and it’s approved for adults and kids over age 2.
Can CBD Ease Pain?
Scientists are working to see if it might help with arthritis, and some people with HIV say it helps relieve nerve pain (also called neuropathy). There’s some evidence that it may help muscle spasms linked to multiple sclerosis, too. More research is needed to know for sure.
Does CBD Help Blood Pressure?
In normal conditions, CBD doesn’t seem to affect this one way or the other. But researchers are studying whether it might help keep your blood pressure stable when you’re stressed. More work needs to be done before scientists fully understand its effects.
Does CBD Help Inflammation?
Early studies show that CBD might help with this, especially if it’s related to arthritis, MS, diabetes, or Alzheimer’s. But scientists are still trying to prove that and figure out how it works.
Does CBD Help Cancer?
In studies done on lab mice, CBD oil showed promise at killing breast cancer cells and making chemotherapy drugs work better. But researchers have much more work to do to see if CBD can help people in that way.
Is CBD Good for Your Skin?
There is evidence that CBD might be a treatment for acne. It seems to help with both the inflammation that can lead to breakouts and the amount of fatty acids in the blood, which can make them worse. It also may protect skin cells from damage.
Does CBD Help Psychosis?
One study showed it helped ease the symptoms of psychosis in people with schizophrenia, but more research is needed to know just how well it might work. Keep in mind that THC, which is found in a number of CBD products, can have the opposite effect. Be very leary of products from other manufacturers whose labels aren’t always accurate. For us, we think of our Grandmothers and want to be confident in our THC testing results that she will be just fine. Now you know the secret reason behind why we triple test for THC content.
Does CBD Help Addiction?
Much more study is needed, but early studies show that CBD may help people who want to break their addiction to cigarettes as well as drugs like heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine. This may be in part because it seems to help with anxiety and muscle tension.