Or our Absorb range which tends to get in your system fast and have a more energising effect. Most people take one shot of Absorb a day. They are designed to be added to a hot or cold drink and go well with your morning tea or coffee!
There you go! We genuinely have no idea if our CBD products will help. However, one thing we can say with absolute certainty is that if you try CBD it will do you no harm. Now given that the Hippocratic oath suggests doctors should ‘help or do no harm’ we are already halfway towards doing this.
Our CBD oils which tend to be more on the calming side and are taken under the tongue. Generally two or three drops two or three times a day but please tune into how you are feeling and increase or lower the dose accordingly. Dosage is more of an art form than a science as we all react differently and have our own sensitivity to it.
Can CBD Oil Cause Headaches?
Profits come from isolating one compound and researching its effects and making a medicine from it. The problem with this is that using a single active ingredient often comes with two issues: 1. It makes the drug extraordinarily powerful 2. It causes awful side effects.
This synergy is the balance of all the interesting chemicals within any particular plant that help it have healthful qualities without causing terrible side effects. It is also one of the reasons why pharmaceutical companies do not research herbal medicine in the same way they do a single, active, ingredient. You see, they can own a single compound but they cannot own a whole plant!
When it comes to which strength to start with I usually suggest people start with a middle strength product. Starting in the middle means you can increase or lower your dose as you see fit and means you will be using a decent amount of cannabinoids to hopefully see some positive changes.
I have certainly heard of people reporting that they get a headache when they tried taking CBD so gave up.
CBD doesn’t appear to be the cause of headaches. Some people still seem to report that they developed the head pain specifically from CBD oil, so let’s look at the potential reasons for what may actually be causing the headache.
A headache is a vague word for a wide range of intensities and types of pains that could be going on in your old noggin. There are mildly aching headaches, tension or stress headaches, chronic migraines, and many other headaches in between. These could be the result from too much light exposure, not enough food or a bad diet, or even something more serious like a brain tumor.
Any type of erroneous association could be the reason people are stating CBD oil gives them headaches even when there are no known reports, studies, or trials to confirm it.
The second reason your CBD oil may cause you headaches even when these products, in general, aren’t supposed to could just be that you have low-quality CBD oil. Every CBD rband is different, and more than you’d expect, like to cut corners and skimp on quality to make their products more cost-effective. Since the CBD industry remains heavily unregulated, CBD oil can be found in a vast range of different qualities.
CBD products that are not tested consistently or that contain filler ingredients are often one of the root causes for giving people a headache. It’s not the CBD that is hurting you at this point, but rather, the other ingredients used to dilute the oil and make it less effective overall. Stick with a brand that remains transparent with their process and their ingredients so you can stay confident that you’re consuming a high-quality hemp extract.
You should also look at the lab results of a brand before you purchase their CBD. A trustworthy CBD company, such as Envy CBD, will provide detailed Certificate of Analysis (COA) reports that indicate a comprehensive list of what exactly is contained in each product and what is not contained in it. A product needs to not only verify that it is THC-free, but must also be free of pesticides, heavy metals, microbial contamination and any other contaminants that might otherwise prove a health risk upon consumption.
Likewise, depending on when you take CBD in the day, its effect on your wakefulness can vary. This was observed in a study on rats’ modulated sleep cycles through CBD’s influence. Through the study, researchers concluded that CBD could modulate wakefulness by activating neurons in the dorsal raphe nucleus (DRD) and hypothalamus.