Possible Side Effects Of CBD Oil
It has been said that the only true side effect of CBD is a feeling of euphoria. And who doesn’t want that? But nothing in life is ever perfect, is it? In this article, we’re going to look at the possible side effects of CBD, what it can make people feel like, and whether or not it’s possible to overdo it. We’ll also look at some anecdotal evidence and discuss stories and testimonials from various CBD oil consumers.
So, what are some of the possible side effects of CBD? The most well-known is probably a “high.” This is a combination of a very short surge in the heart rate caused by the CBD and the fact that CBD is a “happy” drug – it makes us feel good! While there have been no animal studies testing this hypothesis, one thing that does seem to be true is that this effect does last longer than it does in non-CBD oils. Animal studies on this subject have found that in some cases, up to six hours after consumption, the patient may still be feeling euphoric, alert and energetic!
Another potential side effects of CBD are headaches. This can be attributed to the fact that CBD is a “cannabidiol” and just like the name implies, it’s obtained from the cannabis plant. In animal studies, it was found that cannabidiol can cause significant changes in blood pressure levels. This change has led to claims that it may even be as dangerous as cocaine on some blood pressure days. While this remains to be seen in double-blind human studies, it’s a concern for anyone who might be taking CBD with other medications and who might want to keep a check on their BP.
Anxiety is yet another potential side effect of CBD. While it’s most often associated with anxiety in people with cancer or HIV, this could be an occasional side effect for anyone taking high doses of CBD. Anecdotal evidence also suggests that some long-term patients for whom cancer has been an issue have found relief by taking lower doses of cannabidiol oil. Of course, as with any medication, using CBD with any other medicine should always be carefully considered, especially when considering the possible interactions that might occur if two drugs are combined.
One possible side effect that has been noted in clinical trials is the formation of a harmless white crystal substance in the mouth. This substance has been called “Cannabidiol” and has not been found to cause damage to blood vessels. It has not, however, been found to cause severe damage to the liver or kidney. Since the formation of this substance is not likely to harm the individual, it probably won’t be a concern unless combined with another drug. Taking CBD in combination with alcohol or with any other stimulant should be carefully considered before taking it.
So far, the only reported side effects of Cannabidiol are minor symptoms in some individuals. These include nausea and a dry mouth. If you have any concerns or doubts at all about the products that you’re considering, talk to your doctor before taking them. While Cannabidiol is generally safe, even considered somewhat mild, there may be some combination of medications that will interfere with or counteract its intended use.