@MyFibroTeam users... Good news! It's legal! Comes in different forms! Dosage is trial and error & different for people. Not all CBD Oil concentrates are highly concentrated or good quality.
I have been doing a lot of research on this and wanted to share. I am not trying to promote any specific product or brand or anything like that by sharing this. My goal is to feel better, be more functional, and eliminate as many prescription drugs as possible.
CBD Hemp oil does not contain the legally regulated, psychoactive chemical THC. Therefore it is legal! The THC chemical in marijuana is regulated and only legal in some parts of the US. But that's not the great part of the plant that offers all the possible help so many people talk about. It's the CBD chemical, the Cannabiniol/Cannabinoid, that you want, and it's NOT ILLEGAL.
CBD Hemp Oil: -comes from the stalks of the hemp plants -is very high in cannabinoids (the CBD that many have said is helping them and is 100% legal where ever you are) -has tiny trace amounts of THC (the chemical that makes you feel "high" and is only legal in some states) -comes in many options like drops, edibles, vape oil, capsules, topical skin creams, tinctures, etc.
The link below had some easy-to-understand info about the differences between all the different oils made from cannabis. https://cbdoilreview.org/cbd-cannabidiol/cannab...
I personally found the info at this second link below [from an online shops FAQ page] incredibly helpful. The info they share is partially specific to their brand and their quality control practices but much of the info can also be applied to CBD concentrate oils in general. This was a huge help to me in figuring out the differences between the types, milligrams, dosage info, concentration levels, etc. https://www.bluebird-botanicals.com/hemp-faq/
Lastly, I found the website cbdoilreview.org that lists many, many different brands/shops of CBD products, rates the brands based on a specific 5 star system, gives detailed written reviews, and provides actual customer reviews and ratings based on their own purchases and experiences much like the ratings and reviews you see on amazon.com. That's really helpful and valuable info from fellow patients of all sorts of medical conditions that are doing exactly what we are doing, looking to find some safe, legal, effective help and relief.
Here is an example of one of their brand/product review pages: https://cbdoilreview.org/bio-cbd-plus-review/
The page starts with the brand name, review info, rating info, products that brand offers (that you could purchase there on the cbdoilreview.org site or visit the actual Brands website and shop with them directly), and then actual customer comments/ratings/reviews.
I bought some CBD vaping oil and am excited for it's arrival in the mail.
Ive been taking cannibis sativa seed oil gelcaps for 3 weeks and little to no pain most days
@A MyFibroTeam Member thank you so much for sharing your research. I will follow up. Please let us know how it works for eliminating pain.
I appreciate your info.
Yes it would be legal because it is not marijuana and there is no THC in it. It is the oil from the plant so I understand and it is completely legal in all states.