Is CBD Safe?

Is CBD Safe?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a natural chemical found in the cannabis plant and used in our nutritional products and supplements at US Hemp Wholesale. If you are entering the business of CBD product resale, you have probably wondered “is CBD safe?” Maybe you are still unclear on the answer and would like to know more before partnering with us or any other wholesaler.

Is CBD Safe? The Answer:

Based on current research, CBD is safe to consume in any amount or concentration. The only undesirable effect we’ve heard on rare occasion is an upset stomach if the individual is sensitive to oils. Furthermore, it’s important to make a clear distinction between CBD and THC. Unlike THC, CBD cannot make you “stoned.” In fact, studies have suggested CBD can reduce the psychotropic effects of THC.

CBD is naturally found in hemp oil extracted from the non-psychoactive plant, industrial hemp. While no adverse side effects are documented, many positive effects of CBD have been reported. Our CBD is imported from Europe and is legal across the United States and in many other countries around the world.

Why is CBD Safe?

We don’t rely strictly on the observable effect of CBD, we also look at it on a scientific level. Some cannabinoids bond with the receptors CB1 and CB2 in our bodies, altering our behavior. CBD is one cannabinoid that does not interact directly with receptors in the body and has no psychoactive properties. CBD is not used for recreation or intoxication, instead, it is used in nutritional products and supplements to utilize its healthy properties.

Ensuring our CBD products are safe

All US Hemp Wholesale products are laboratory tested in multiple facilities before they arrive to ensure quality and safety. Just to be 100% sure that our CBD products are safe, we send them to be tested again by a third party that checks for impurities and potency.

Want to Learn More?

You can contact us at US Hemp Wholesale for more information on the safety of our products and how you can become a partner.

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