When I first got interested in taking CBD for the health benefits, I wanted to learn more about it. Although the minute-most abundant cannabinoid is gaining lots of attention & popularity due to its curative potential, I hoped to have a better understanding of what exactly I was ingesting, but i suppose that CBD is generally considered safe & as a natural substance, avoids the harmful consequences of synthetic pharmaceuticals. However, there can be some mild side-effects, such as drowsiness, diarrhea, change in appetite & swing in weight, however when taking greater doses of full-spectrum CBD products, there are small amounts of THC & the resulting effects. I’ve study that eating a high-in-fat meal can increase CBD in the blood & elevate the chance of side-effects, however I’m conscientious about what I eat, however so far, I have suffered none of the possible side-effects. I officially shop for broad-spectrum CBD oils, gummies, topicals & cartridges, however broad-spectrum options offer all of the curative properties of cannabinoids & compounds of the cannabis plant without any THC, and now & then, I try full-spectrum CBD strains, which can contain up to 0.3% THC. The THC level is so minimal that there is little chance of anything however slight psychoactive effects. I know there are advantages to the combination of THC & CBD. In recent studies, researchers have found that CBD & THC give greater rewards when combined than when taken alone. It is called the entourage effect & has tempted me to be a little more generous in the percentage of THC I am willing to consume.