We don’t need to tell you that there’s a helluva lot of CBD myths and misinformation out there when it comes to this cannabinoid. There are so many people, companies, influencers, etc. pontificating on the subject, and they need a cup of shut-the-hell-up. Forget all that drama and hype and let’s talk about what we do know.

Myth 1. CBD can cause a high

We have 2 words for you on that: hell no. We’ve talked about this in What the f*ck is CBD.

Myth 2. Not much research around CBD

This isn’t some crap you’re buying out of the trunk of someone’s car in a parking lot.  Well, at least no our stuff. More research is coming because about 3 million in federal funding has been approved to study CBD benefits. 

On Thursday, September 19, the federal government announced funding for nine new research grants, a total of about $3 million, dedicated specifically to researching the health benefits of CBD, or cannabidiol, one of the non-psychoactive chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant that cannot get you high. 

 – Real Simple

Put that in your pipe and …..

Myth 3. All CBD is made the same

Nonsense! There are some shady people out there selling you garbage in a nicely-packaged CBD labeled container.  Read your labels, look for lab results, and then read the lab results. If you don’t understand what you’re looking at, then GTFO.

Myth 4. A little CBD each day—or only one time—is enough

One and done? Not so much. This is not a Saturday night rendezvous. This isn’t just CBD advice, a little life advice: consistency is key. 

Myth 5. CBD is a magic cure-all

True, many people think this stuff is gold. To be safe you need to hit up your doc to make sure it’s kosher for your lifestyle.

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