The legal status of marijuana is changing. With this change comes confusion, especially about the difference between CBD and THC. One important difference is that the Farm Bill of 2018 declared that CBD is not a Schedule 1 Drug. The Farm bill also clarified that Industrial Hemp is legal in all 50 states and differentiated Industrial Hemp from Marijuana. Marijuana and THC are not currently legal in all 50 states. CBD products derived from Industrial Hemp and which contain less than .03 percent of THC are considered safe to travel according to the most recent TSA announcement. Both CBD and THC have been touted for their health benefits, but the two stimulate very different reactions in the body. CBD is not a psychoactive compound, which means it cannot get users ‘high’. THC is known for the “high” it produces when consumed.
There are numerous CBD products available today, allowing you to find the most comfortable and convenient method for you. Choices might include gummies, capsules, drops or topical cream. If you are thinking of purchasing CBD products online, there are a few things to look out for to make sure that the brand you are purchasing from is legitimate, safe, and reliable. In short, you want to make sure that the items on the following checklist are clearly stated on the company’s website:
Dosing instructions are included with products and advise users to begin with the smallest amounts and gradually increase the dose until you experience the desired effects. CBD is a botanical supplement that does not have many of the uncomfortable and potentially dangerous side effects of narcotics and other drugs today. If you have not been able to find relief from traditional treatments CBD may also be the solution you are seeking.
To learn more about the benefits of CBD or the products available, contact BioFit. We are committed to your health and offer only THC-free, GMO-free and vegan products for your consumption.