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Effects of a CBD Gummy

There’s a reason why CBD gummy sales have >increased by 925% in the last year. More people than ever are curious about the benefits of this natural wellness product. Not only do CBD gummies give you the benefits of cannabidiol, but they're also incredibly easy (and tasty) to take.

However, if you’re new to CBD, then you might be worried about how the substance will make you feel. So, exactly what are the effects of a CBD gummy? If you want to learn the answer to this question, and more, then you’re in the right place. Let’s explore what a CBD gummy is and whether or not it’s the right choice for you.

What Are the Effects of a CBD Gummy?

CBD gummies provide the same kind of effects as any product with CBD. But what exactly does it feel like? Different individuals will feel different things when taking a CBD gummy. However, overwhelming amounts of people describe a comfortable sensation wash over their body when they take it.

In many ways, it’s like a wave of calmness engulfs you. CBD has also been proven to help with a variety of medical conditions. In particular, the substance has been used to treat pain. However, it’s also effective at combating insomnia, depression, anxiety, inflammation. Make sure to check out this guide if you want to learn more about CBD gummy benefits.

Do CBD Gummies Get You High?

Because CBD comes from hemp plants, many newcomers worry that it will get them high. So, do you need to worry about this? It’s not likely. The cannabis product used to make CBD has little to no THC. THC is the psychoactive component in cannabis that produces a high, euphoric feeling. While many users enjoy the sensation, it can make work and social functioning difficult.

The good news is you usually don’t need to worry about THC in your CBD products. By law, all CBD products, including gummies, must have less than .03% THC in them. As such, you take CBD you experience the calm, relaxing feeling often associated with cannabis, without the heady, “high” feeling.

Are CBD Gummies Legal?

Since CBD comes from cannabis, many new users also worry about its legality. Considering cannabidiol is still listed as a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance by the DEA, this isn’t surprising. The good news is that you don’t need to worry. As long as the product contains less than .03% THC, then CBD gummies are legal federally.

However, this doesn’t necessarily mean you're off the hook. For example, in Virginia, you’re required to have a prescription if you want to purchase or use CBD products. As such, you should always check the specific local laws in your area before buying a CBD product.

How Long Do CBD Gummies Work?

After you take your CBD gummies you might be wondering how long they take to work. This depends on the type of CBD product you take. Gummies, along with other edibles, drinks, and capsules, typically take the longest, right behind topical products. In general, most people report feeling the effects within thirty minutes to an hour. Why is this?

Well, the substance has to go through your entire digestive process before it’s absorbed into the bloodstream. This is much different from tinctures, which are absorbed from the salivary glands under your tongue. If you want the fastest method, then you should go with an inhalable product.

When you do this, then you should feel the effects of the product within minutes. So, once you take the CBD gummy how long will it last? Most of the time this depends on the dosage strength of the product. However, most gummies last for between four to six hours before the effects wear off.

How Many CBD Gummies Should I Take?

There’s no right answer to this question because it depends greatly on the dosage you’re taking. You might think one gummy is a good place to start, but this can be the wrong decision if your product's dosage is too high. Generally, gummies come in four different dosages: 450 mg, 750 mg, 1350 mg, and 2700 mg.

Keep in mind that this represents the total amount of CBD in the container, not the amount per gummy. As such you should divide the number of gummies by the total dosage amount to find out how strong it is. Generally speaking, we recommend a 15 mg dose if it’s your first time taking CBD.

From there, you can gradually begin increasing until you the amount that feels right for you. Keep in mind that if you’re using CBD to treat pain, then you might want to start at a higher dosage right off the bat. That way you don’t waste time experimenting with lower doses.

How Are CBD Gummies Made?

There are three main ways that CBD can be made. The first method uses CO2 and pressure to separate the extract from the hemp plant. The second method is to use a solvent that dissolves the waxy substances in the hemp plant. The only problem with this method is that the liquids produced are flammable.

The final method uses olive oil to extract and store the CBD. The only problem with this method is that it has a limited shelf life. Regardless of how the CBD is extracted, it is mixed with other ingredients to form the gummies. Keep in mind that many companies use gelatin in their gummies. As such, certain CBD gummy products might not be vegetarian or vegan.

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We hope this article helped you learn about some of the effects of a CBD gummy. As you can see, there’s very little to worry about when it comes to taking these types of edible CBD products. The worst-case scenario is you purchase a bad product that gives you minor side effects.

However, as long as your purchase your gummies through a reputable supplier, then you should have no problem with the product. Did you enjoy this article? If the answer is yes, then you’re in the right place. Keep on reading to find more topics that you’re sure to love.


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