Myths and Facts: 6 Misconceptions about CBD
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We know that there are a lot of common CBD myths and Facts. Here at Kentucky’s Best Hemp, we want to debunk common myths and facts!
Myth #1. CBD is addictive.
No. There is no evidence or research that indicates CBD is addictive.
Myth #2. CBD can get you high.
No. Unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive. The legal THC level is 0.3%. This is not enough to produce a euphoric response.
Myth #3. All CBD is created equal.
False. All CBD products are not created with quality ingredients. It is essential to make sure that you know what you are using and ingesting. A third party lab tests Kentucky’s Best Hemp CBD products. You can look up batch numbers on our COA (certificate of analysis) here. COAs reports the cannabinoid profile, terpene, and contaminant profile.
Myth #4. CBD is the same as marijuana.
No. All of Kentucky’s Best Hemp products come from hemp plants, not marijuana plants. Many people confuse the two to be the same because they have a similar look. Marijuana and hemp are a subspecies of the Cannabis plant. The main difference between them is the level of tetrahydrocannabinol (or THC for short).
Myth #5. If you have tried CBD once & it didn’t work.
If you have tried CBD and you did not see the results that you hoped for, don’t give up. You need a combination of consistent use, the proper serving size, & best products to reap the benefits of CBD. Start low and work your way up if needed.
Myth #6. CBD products will make you fail a drug test.
Full-spectrum CBD products contain trace amounts of THC that could show up on a drug test. Due to our unique biochemistry (height, weight, duration of consumption, and dosage) the way we all metabolize THC differently. It is a good idea to check with your HR department at your work to make sure that CBD is okay.
**Always consult with your doctor before starting a CBD regimen.