CBD, short for Cannabidiol, is an all-natural, non-psychoactive compound extracted from the hemp plant. CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system to regulate sleep, anxiety, mood and pain.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is another cannabinoid that may induce a slight “high” effect depending on potency of the dosage. When consumed in the right amount, it can feel good, causing a sensation of relaxation and relief.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said in its research that, “CBD was tolerated in all patients, with no signs of toxicity or serious side effects.”
THC, on the other hand, does have a few side effects such as dry mouth, red eyes & slower reaction time. These side effects are associated with the compound’s psychoactive properties.
CBD will not make you feel “high”. It's non-intoxicating and non-psychoactive. THC, on the other hand, is the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant which may cause a slight sensation of a high depending on the strength of dosage.
Mild Dosage – May be psychoactive
Medium Dosage – Mildly psychoactive
Strong Dosage – Psychoactive
The only difference between the 3 variants is the concentration of CBD & THC present in them. The ratio of CBD: THC is 2:1 on all CBD+THC products.
The Mild CBD + THC Oil has 350mg CBD + 150mg THC
The Medium CBD + THC Oil has 700mg CBD + 300mg THC
The Strong CBD + THC Oil has 1400 CBD + 600mg THC
4 Drops of Mild Oil = 2 Drops of Medium Oil = 1 Drop of Strong Oil.
You can use either of the strengths alternatively by adjusting how much oil to consume.
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