CBD Oil - 3 Big Myths Busted

Cannabidiol oil, CBD Oil or CBD hemp oil has been a controversial topic for many years. Some people swear by it and others don't believe in its effects. It's time to set the record straight.

In this blog post, we will discuss 3 big myths around CBD Hemp Oil and explain the truth behind these misconceptions!

Myth 1: CBD oil will get you high.

Not true. CBD, unlike THC, is a non-psychoactive component that does not produce a "high."

However, many people who have tried it report feeling uplifted in their bodies, and individuals who smoke cannabis claim that while THC gives you a high, CBD delivers the body buzz.

Myth 2: CBD is illegal.

False. CBD is absolutely legal.

Many people are perplexed by CBD and THC (makes you high), which has resulted in the false belief that CBD is illegal.

THC is the only psychoactive component of the cannabis plant, which gives you the ‘high' associated with recreational marijuana.

Because of this, the United Kingdom has established a limit of 0.2% THC in cannabis products – anything exceeding this amount is illegal.

Myth 3: CBD Oil is addictive.

False news. No, CBD is not addictive, even the WHO has released a claim saying that CBD doesn't lead to addiction. Since CBD can't get you high, it can't get you addicted either. For more information on CBD, check out our blog, 7 things you need to know before using CBD to answer any remaining questions you may have!


So if you're looking to understand CBD Oil better, or are interested in starting your own journey with the oil, don't let these three myths scare you away.
There's a lot of misinformation out there about this powerful plant extract and we hope that debunking some of these common misconceptions will help clear up any confusion around what is really going on.