CBD oil’s benefits are extremely broad due to the receptors it binds to throughout the human body, but are generally tied to inflammation. Some of the science backed benefits include:
No, CBD oil does not have any intoxicating effects, rather it can dampen the effect of THC and help user maintain control and minimise anxiety and loss of control.
The time taken to work largely depends on how CBD oil is consumed. Vaporising and inhaling CBD oil will get it into your system within a few minutes and is the fast acting, short lasting way. Ingesting CBD oil through drops under the tongue or a capsule will take around 30 minutes
Some reported side effects of CBD include tiredness, diarrhea and change in appetite. (1)
CBD is generally regarded as safe. As a natural plant extract made up of molecules that match up perfectly to receptors throughout the human body, it is very easy for it to be absorbed and used.
This varies largely on what type of CBD product you’re taking and their oncentrations of CBD, the size of the user and the severity of the condition being treated can all play a role. CBD oil may come in a pure isolated form in which you would only take a couple of milligrams compared to a full spectrum CBD oil which is a less refined version containing a bunch of other cannabinoids and plant molecules where one would take up to 100mg daily. Unfortunately there is no one size fits all dose to give. Each product will be different and offer its own dosage recommendation.
Yes CBD oil is legal in New Zealand, but only pharmaceutical grade with a doctor’s prescription. Buying CBD oil online and importing it into the country is still ILLEGAL and you run the risk of losing it at customs.
Currently in New Zealand you can only buy CBD oil with a doctor’s prescription. Tilray CBD may be at your pharmacy but only available to those with a prescription.