A range of studies have concluded that CBD is safe and
CBD is well tolerated by the majority of the population,
with zero or minimal side effects, in therapeutic doses. Like all compounds,
ingesting high doses or be very sensitive to the substance can lead to side
effects and some people may experience: drowsiness, decreased blood pressure, diarrhea,
dry mouth, changes in appetite and more. Obviously they are only transitory effects, once the action of the substance is over they will disappear in a very short time.
If you’re taking CBD together with other
medications, you should always exercise caution. Typically, the CBD is
considered safe, but there are conditions where interactions may occur or
increasing the side effects of your medicine. If you have any doubts about it,
ask your doctor, he will be able to give you the correct answers.
While there is
evidence to advise against the use of THC during pregnancy and breastfeeding, there
is not much literature on CBD. Therefore, as a precaution, we recommend
avoiding the use of CBD products or discussing about it with your doctor.