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If you’re considering using CBD, you might be wondering are there any negative side effects to CBD oil? Using CBD oil for a range of health and medical conditions is a great idea, the good news is the studies conducted have shown that there are no indications that CBD will have any adverse side effects. The main side effect that has been reported by studies if taken at high dosages is fatigue or tiredness.
The reason for this is that CBD is so gentle on the body and is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile. CBD is so gentle that if you stop taking CBD, even if you won’t get the positives of CBD anymore, you won’t get any withdrawal symptoms either.
The FSA has recommended not to go over 70mg of CBD, but it is always a good idea to follow the recommended dosage instructions.
If you have any medical concerns or if you are under any medication it is best to consult with your doctor before taking CBD.
Not a lot happens when you stop taking CBD, besides not getting the positives of taking CBD because you don’t get withdrawal symptoms from stopping CBD.
If your CBD has run out and you have been taking CBD to ease symptoms like irritability, fatigue or nausea, here are some super easy-to-implement tips you can try at home.
If you have Liver disease
If you have liver disease, you may have to lower the doses of CBD you are taking. Please consult with your doctor before taking CBD.
If you are pregnant and breastfeeding:
If you are pregnant and breastfeeding, CBD may not be safe to use. Some CBD products may be contaminated with other ingredients that may cause harm to your foetus or baby. To be on the safe side, it is best to avoid using CBD during pregnancy and breastfeeding. If unsure, please consult with your doctor.
Studies suggest that CBD reduces inflammation, neuropathic pain, and muscle spasms. It may also reduce sleep disturbances, pain, and muscle weakness.
Whether you are using CBD oil or a prescription drug, there are several important things you need to know about interactions with your current medications. These interactions are important because they may lead to adverse effects.
A common concern is that CBD may interfere with the action of other medications. This could reduce the effectiveness of the medication or increase the side effects.
It is always a good idea to consult about interactions with your doctor before taking CBD if you are on any medications.
All products sold by The Good Level are made from cold pressed oils and therefore outside of Novel Foods and are classed by the FSA as “Not Novel” due to their traditional status.