Does Cbd Oil Have Thc
Is CBD Oil the real thing? It has been compared to Mother Nature’s Own Water, it has been compared to rice, and it has even been compared to beer, but is it really all that it is cracked up to be? Can CBD Oil substitute for Medical Marijuana, and if so, is it safe? Are the side effects to CBD Oil just as bad as the side effects to Medical Marijuana? All questions that should be answered before anyone decides to seriously consider buying CBD Oil for treating ailments.
There are currently two common sources of CBD oils. One source is the cannabis plant itself, while the second comes from the hemp seed. These two sources differ greatly in their chemical makeup and the intended purpose for which humans grow them. Both plants contain a significant amount of THC, a psychoactive substance that binds to the neuroendocannabinoid system, sieving out the nasty stuff from the rest of the plant. When humans consume cannabis plants, the THC gets extracted through the lungs, the body metabolizes it and then the individual drinks the resulting product, CBD Oil.
In a nutshell, CBD Oil is nothing more than a purified form of cannabis extract. So then, why is it called “CBD”? The name CBD comes from cannabidiol, the natural plant compound that has the psychoactive properties of THC. Hemp contains less of the compound than does cannabis, so it would not be expected that a trace amount would remain in the final product. The final amount of CBD in CBD Oil is significantly lower than in cannabis.
If a person is asked to voluntarily take a drug test (which is usually voluntary), and if they happen to have a positive result for THC, there is very little that can be done to reverse the results. However, there are some new studies that may indicate the possibility of using hemp oil to help people stay healthy during their drug tests. A recent study performed at the University of Florida has shown promising results in patients who took a placebo, but who then took and oil. The group who took the CBD reported lesser drug test results than the group who took a placebo.
While this particular study has yet to be peer-reviewed, and there is no evidence that CBD oils have any effect on failing drug tests, there is reason to believe that they may actually help some people. Since CBD is not a delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, which is the primary ingredient in cannabis, it cannot have the same effects on the human body as THC. In fact, CBD is believed to have much the same effect on the body as aspirin, ibuprofen, and other medications that contain delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinols. Therefore, it is not completely surprising that CBD may have the potential to help people avoid failing a drug test, since it is physically very similar to THC.
There is no clear indication as to how CBD may affect a drug test, but many people believe that it could, because the two chemicals do have some similar structural traits. It has recently been discovered that marijuana plants contain significantly more THCA than they do THC. Although the amount of THCA found in marijuana plants is up to five times that found in the average marijuana flower, the effects of long-term exposure to THCA are unknown. It is important to remember that CBD is an extremely powerful antioxidant, with many of its derivatives acting in similar ways to antioxidants. Therefore, the exact effects of CBD may not be known for a long time.