However, any medications (&
even over the counter ones you might buy) must be taken into
consideration as to the timing of CBD doses. This is because CBD is
broken down by a complex of enzymes in the liver where over 90% of
medications are also broken down. Therefore time gaps are needed (4
hours is recommended) between taking CBD & most medications, etc.
to ensure you get the benefit of prescribed medications (& not an
accidental overdose). Anyone considering taking CBD should therefore discuss
this with their prescribing Dr, or a pharmacist.
Medical studies about CBD are emerging. This is the largest study I've found to date: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32019776 This seems to concur with what I've found searching the medical literature that CBD may be helpful with chronic pain, & anxiety, as well as having a neuroprotective element, etc.
Vaping CBD can potentially cause serious lung problems; whilst there are no reported deaths in the medical literature about vaping CBD e-liquids, there are those due to vaping e-cigarettes.
I appreciate my dear friend @thespiceman that you are trying to keep everyone safe, but CBD has no known serious side -effects.
I welcome any guidance from the FSA, which states, ' Food businesses should apply for authorisation of their CBD extracts and isolates.' There is no warning. See: https://www.food.gov.uk/business-guidance/cannabidiol-cbd?navref=main#
Both myself, & @Rifi7 have been taking CBD responsibly initially consulting our Drs/ pharmacist. We have both found CBD effective for chronic pain. The CBD we take contains negligible amounts of THC.
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