Three Myths about CBD

Three Myths about CBD

CBD and Broad Spectrum Hemp have been losing their stigma as being something to fear for a few years now. As more people learn about how it differs from its heady cousin, THC, it is gaining wider acceptance. Yet, there are still some who are falling for persistent myths about Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD. Let’s set the record straight about three major myths revolving around Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD.

Myth 1: CBD Oil Will Get You High

CBD and Broad Spectrum Hemp will not get you high. Hemp plants, which is where Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD oil is sourced from, only contain trace amounts of THC, which is the compound that produces psychoactive effects. The fact that there is so little THC in a hemp is the main reason it has been allowed to be sold in all 50 states. A cannabis plant is considered a hemp plant if it contains less than 0.3% THC when it is dry. That is a massive 33x less than even the weakest strain of cannabis that would get you high.

Myth 2: It Is Unlawful to Use CBD Without a Prescription

This myth couldn’t be further from the truth. As mentioned before, Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD oil is legal on a federal level. This makes it legal in all 50 states. Its uncontrolled status means you do not need a prescription to get or use it. The Controlled Substances Act, which is the law that classifies substances as being restricted to varying degrees, excludes Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD. THC, on the other hand, is regulated and currently still placed in Schedule I, which is the most restrictive of classifications. Thankfully, Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD oil that comes from hemp is legal federally. While states are free to pass their own, more stringent laws, hemp oil is currently legal wherever you go in the United States.

Myth 3: Every Product With Hemp Oil Is the Same

This one is still believed by many. However, just because a product contains “hemp oil” does not mean it contains Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD. Yes, that’s right. For example, hemp seed oil comes from cannabis seeds alone. These seeds, while being healthy for you in other ways, do not have Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD. If the hemp oil you are looking at specifies Broad Spectrum Hemp or CBD, then you know that there is CBD contained within it. This Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD oil usually comes from the stalks of the hemp plant. For the most beneficial and helpful properties of the hemp plant, you need to get hemp oil that specifically contains Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD. Also, Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD oil will usually contain various other cannabinoids, as well as sometimes containing what are called terpenes.

Enhance Your Wellness With CBD

Now that these 3 myths about CBD have been busted, you can confidently bring this amazing medicinal compound into your life with ease. If you are still new to Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD and want to ease in slowly, a topical balm is a great choice. The Extreme Recover balm by Leaf of Life Wellness contains not just broad-spectrum hemp, but also 15 essential oils and four carrier oils. The combination of these oils penetrates down into your muscles to relieve pain and soreness you may have. With CBD now going mainstream, it’s time for the myths to die, so that more people can experience the incredible benefits Broad Spectrum Hemp and CBD has to offer.



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