Cannabidiol is one of the naturally-occurring compounds, called cannabinoids, extracted from hemp. There are products containing low amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol and relatively higher concentrations of cannabidiol. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the major natural compound contained in Cannabis Sativa with mind-altering effects, but cannabidiol is not psychotropic. There has not been any report of abuse or dependency after consuming cannabidiol. Studies on this substance and the effects of it on human users are progressing fast.
So is cannabidiol safe to consume for human beings? Does it give the user a high? The answers to these questions are a yes, as long as the consumption is of CBD in a legally allowed form and normal quantities. Another factor to consider when determining whether cannabidiol is safe for you or a pet, for that matter, is present medication. Are you or your pet consuming medicine for a health condition? If yes, it essential to consult with a doctor or vet to know whether the consumption of a legal CBD product alongside it would cause drug-drug interaction.
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