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CBD is derived from hemp, which is almost devoid of THC. THC is the chemical in marijuana that gives you a high. By law, hemp must contain no more than 0.3 percent THC to be considered hemp, otherwise, growers are at risk of prosecution under federal law.

CBD gummies have no psychoactive properties, so they will not give you a high.

The main active ingredient in hemp is CBD, and CBD does not have any psychoactive properties. Instead, CBD has been credited with relieving anxiety, inflammation, insomnia, and pain, although “credited” does not mean proven.

Are CBD products legal?

Cannabis is a plant, and there are two main types; Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa. While marijuana can be derived from both types, hemp is only derived from the Cannabis Sativa family.

Manufacturers of CBD gummies claim CBD is effective at relieving anxiety, depression, pain, inflammation, and improving sleep. A CBD product (Epidiolex) has been FDA approved to treat epilepsy.

However, research into the effectiveness of CBD oil only tested pure CBD oil, not gummies. Even for pure CBD oil, there are very few well-conducted trials backing up its apparent health benefits, although research is expected to ramp up now that laws distinguish between hemp and marijuana.

CBD Gummies are edible candies that contain cannabidiol (CBD) oil. They come in a rainbow of flavors, colors, shapes, and concentrations of CBD. Gummies offer a discreet and easy way to ingest CBD, and effective marketing campaigns by many manufacturers mean their popularity has soared among long-standing CBD users and nonusers alike.

Whether you need a boost of energy, some soothing relaxation, or a better night's sleep, Medterra has the right CBD gummies for the job. These tasty edibles are available in three different ways: a tropical fruit-flavored "Keep Calm," a strawberry-flavored "Sleep Tight," and a citrus punch-flavored "Stay Alert" formula. Each gummy is THC-free, non-GMO, and contains natural ingredients (like L-theanine, melatonin, or green tea) to meet each of these needs respectively.

Staci Gulbin, MS, MEd, RD is a registered dietitian, freelance writer, health editor, and founder of LighttrackNutrition.com. She has been a registered dietitian with the Commission on Dietetic Registration since 2010 and has over a decade of experience in the nutrition and dietetics industry. 

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Potency: 10 mg of CBD per gummy

Potency: 25 mg of full spectrum CBD per edible

The type of hemp gummies you choose depends on your preference, although many people seek out THC-free CBD extracts (like isolate or broad-spectrum) since these are highly unlikely to affect a drug test.

CBD products are generally considered to be well tolerated and have good safety profile by the World Health Organisation, documented in their Critical Review Report on CBD.

CBD gummies usually contain hemp oil with high concentrations of CBD, just like CBD oil and CBD capsules. The only real difference is that you chew these supplements before you swallow them.

Like CBD oils or CBD capsules, you can choose the strength of your CBD gummies and control the dose by choosing how many you consume.

Can CBD gummies harm you?

Some gummies are one a day, some you take a few times a day. So, a good idea would be to start off with the recommended dose – or half – and then if over time you feel like you would like to try a stronger dose, finish the packet and buy a stronger concentration the next time.

When you take a CBD gummy, you will know exactly how many mg (micrograms) of CBD you’re getting. Whereas, when you use CBD oil it can vary more depending on how you use the pipette.

Yes, they can be, as they are essentially the same thing.

The taste of CBD oil is a dealbreaker for some, it is rather strong after all. On the other hand, CBD gummies usually come with a tasty, fruity flavour, so it feels more like a treat than a burden.