Many of the users and non-users of medical marijuana have always wondered if cannabidiol oil (CBD) has side effects. And for this reason, this writing intends to educate readers on the effects of incorporating CBD in their daily family nutritional program. First, it is important for users of CBD to understand that using this supplement does not bring any euphoric effect commonly known as feeling ‘high’ or hallucinations.
Some people think that because CBD oil is an extract of cannabis it is also has a psychoactive effect on users. You need to understand that marijuana and hemp are both cannabis plants but CBD is extracted from hemp while tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) comes from marijuana. Although CBD and THC share the same roots, they carry different traits and their effect on the body is also dissimilar. While THC is the substance that makes a person high, by binding to the CB1 receptor located in the brain, CBD is the substance that helps the endocannabinoid system to work at its best.