What are the side effects of CBD oil?
The World Health Organization Expert Committee on Drug Dependence published a report in 2017 on Cannabinoid (CBD).
This report stated:
CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile. To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.
To-date, CBD research has shown minimal side effects.
The key words in the WHO statement are ‘pure CBD’.
Due to the lack of regulatory oversight of the CBD industry, it is imperative that the consumer educate themselves and do the appropriate amount of research and due diligence before you purchase and use any CBD product.
The vast majority of individuals can ingest CBD oil without experiencing any unpleasant side effects.
The possible, but unlikely, side effects from CBD consumption includes lightheadedness, dry mouth, fatigue, drowsiness and diarrhea.
When you are shopping for CBD, always take the time to review any lab reports associated with that product. You are looking for 3rd party lab tests. These reports will identify the ingredients contained in the product, including the amount of CBD present. If these tests are not available, DO NOT PURCHASE THAT BRAND. Find another source for CBD products.
Pure, natural and organic CBD should be the standard that you look for and verify with each CBD product you purchase.