CBD Gummies

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CBD is one of the many naturally-occurring compounds that are specific to the cannabis family of plants. It’s perhaps the second most well-known after THC. CBD is an acronym for the compound’s full name – cannabidiol. Cannabidiol products have become popular in the UK over the last few years since products containing the cannabinoid started to appear on high street shelves. Since then, the potential for CBD products has evolved, as has the quality of them. Cannabidiol isn’t the same as medical marijuana, as the CBD products that you can buy online and in high street stores aren’t actually medicines, as they aren’t licenced to treat any condition or ailment. However, anecdotal advice and some preliminary studies suggest that it may have certain benefits, but much more research is needed before any claims can be made about how CBD may be able to help you.

There’s still ongoing research to discover any interactions between certain medications and CBD, but there is one helpful tip to see if CBD is safe for you to use - keep your eyes peeled for the grapefruit warning.

 

This is because some of the chemicals in grapefruit act in a similar way to CBD, so while research is ongoing, it’s best to be on the safe side.

 

If you consume grapefruit while on a type of medication that discourages it, it may increase the concentration of the medication in your bloodstream, leading to severe side effects or even an overdose.

 

Grapefruit warnings are common, so it’s important to check the information leaflet in your medications or speak to your doctor before taking CBD.

When you’re breastfeeding, it’s very important to consider what you’re taking into your body as there’s a chance that it can pass into your breastmilk when you feed your baby.

 

At the moment, there isn’t much information available about CBD and its effects on babies while breastfeeding or during pregnancy, so we’d recommend giving it a miss.

 

If you feel that you absolutely need to take CBD while breastfeeding then you should speak to your doctor before taking anything.

 

They’ll be able to assess whether these products would be right for you, and recommend other treatments which may be better for you.

 

During your pregnancy or while breastfeeding, you should only take medications or treatments if told to do so by your doctor or another medical professional.

Whether you can take CBD oil with you on holiday will depend entirely on the law in the country you’re travelling to.

 

Although CBD oils with less than 0.2% THC are legalised in many places nowadays, there are still countries that prohibit it altogether.

 

We’d recommend checking up on the specific place you’re travelling to to see whether they have legalised CBD oil before you travel, just in case.

 

If you find that you can take your CBD oil with you, make sure that you take 100ml or less with you and pack it in a clear bag with your other liquids when you go through airport security.