CBD is fast becoming the Taylor Swift of wellness — catchy and healing, but also a bit too ubiquitous in daily life.

Many benefits, including pain relief! Reduced anxiety Better sleep! There are so many options for oil! gummies! lube! It’s not surprising that everyone is getting on board the CBD train. You might wonder if CBD could do the same, just as “Lover” and “Back to December” get you higher than a kite.

CBD doesn’t get you high. CBD is derived from cannabis, the same plant that produces marijuana. However, CBD products do not contain THC, which is the psychoactive chemical responsible for creating a high and euphoric feeling.

However, it may offer a variety of other benefits. This article will explain how CBD differs from THC-induced highs and the effects it has on your body. *Cue “Wildest Dreams”*

What is CBD?

Let me tell you: CBD is one the more than 100 natural compounds known as cannabinoids, which come from the Cannabis sativa (aka marijuana or hemp).

Tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), is a well-known cannabinoid that’s popular for its psychoactive properties. THC and CBD are not the same thing. They may come from different places, but they don’t do the exact same things.

THC gives you the high associated with smoking cannabis, while CBD doesn’t. However, CBD and THC share some side effects. We’ll get to those shortly.

CBD may help you feel calmer, more relaxed, and less anxious. It could even help you fall asleep. It does not have the “stoned” or high effects of THC.


There are many forms of CBD available . While they all have similar effects but each one has a slightly different effect.

Tinctures and oils

CBD oil is popular because it’s easy to use and absorbs quickly into the body, so you will feel the effects immediately.

A dropper is used to place CBD oil under the tongue. These oils are great for anyone who does not want to use pills, but still wants to test CBD.

Capsules & Pills

CBD pills and capsules can be used to treat a range of conditions, such as sleep deprivation and digestive problems. They can be taken just like any other pill.

The main difference between an oil and a pill is the time it takes for the pill to be absorbed by the body. You may not feel the effects as soon.

Creams and lotions

Some CBD-infused creams and lotions can be used to ease joint and muscle pain. Some claim that CBD can be used to treat skin conditions like eczema and acne. However, there’s not much scientific evidence. Some skin care products may contain CBD.


CBD gummies are very popular but you can also find CBD chocolates, cookies and beer.


Inhaling vaporized CBD oil is the fastest way to feel its effects. This can be done with an e-cigarette. Vaping CBD oil is absorbed quickly by your bloodstream.

However, the safety of vaping has been seriously questioned so it’s not something you should take lightly.

A CBD chill and a THC high

THC and CBD both have an effect on your brain’s cannabinoid type 1-receptors (CB1), but they have different effects. THC binds to these receptors and activates them, causing a sensation of high or euphoria.

CBD is a different kind of CBD. It doesn’t bind with CB1 receptors at all. It can even prevent any high from occurring at all. You might feel less high if CBD is combined with THC.

What does CBD make you feel?

Although CBD research is still relatively new, some studies have shown that CBD can relax and calm . It may reduce inflammation and pain, help you sleep better, as well as ease anxiety and depression symptoms.

CBD is considered safe, well-tolerated and well-tolerated. However, everyone reacts differently to CBD so your experience may differ from others.

CBD can have side effects.

  • diarrhea
  • Changes in appetite and weight
  • Fatigue
  • Mild nausea
  • Dry mouth
  • dizziness

CBD can also interact with certain medications . Talk to your healthcare provider before you start a CBD regimen.

What is CBD used for other than relaxation?

CBD is a great choice for anyone who has to deal with many conditions. New research on CBD is being published frequently as CBD is still being researched. As scientists gain more information, the details of CBD may change.

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