What Does CBD Feel Like?

A number of plant compounds can be found in cannabis products but the effects of CBD can be some of the most difficult to describe. CBD offers various supports for the mind and the body. It can help with relief in everyday stress, recovery from exercise, reductions in inflammation, and more.

Understanding what CBD is going to feel like as you take it is not always an easy process. If you’re wondering what to expect after your first dose, it is important to know what you should be looking for from some other regular users.

How it Affects Your ECS

CBD affects the endocannabinoid system. This is a system throughout your body that affects the level of balance and stability throughout our bodily systems. Any of the effects that you would feel from CBD are likely to be a level of balance, you might start to experience more energy after a few days or a greater sense of well-being.

Nonintoxicating Effects

Unlike THC, you won’t experience the cerebral high that you would get out of a cannabis product. In order for a CBD product to be labeled as CBD, it will contain less than .3% THC. You won’t be able to consume enough to get you high and even if you consume a very high dose you might just feel a bit lethargic.

Most people report that CBD gives them an overall effect on their well-being. Taking an optimized dose will have you feeling overall improvements that you will likely notice the most when you decide to abstain from CBD use for a few days. The change to your lifestyle over time will be gradual but after using a few drops each day you can see a significant difference in managing pain, sleep, appetite, and more.

If you’re interested in learning what CBD can do for you, contact us today. 

This post was written by Flo Sugyatno, operations manager of PureMed and CBD Expert. At PureMed we are a CBD store in Washington DC. We know that the best product comes from the best ingredients. That’s why we only use local, non-GMO ingredients that are grown without pesticides! We Produce Worry-Free CBD.