What Should you Expect with CBD?
The single most asked question a buyer of CBD has is, “What can I expect to notice when I start taking CBD”? When people first hear CBD oil, admittedly, most of them are skeptical. Our minds immediately think of weed and the controversy surrounding pot, or our moral compass and the anxiety associated with right and wrong. For those who are already predisposed to overthinking CBD, no matter what the form, their mind goes into overdrive and the result is a common narrative, yet dreaded side effect: paranoia!
Fear not! Even if you are not paranoid or skeptical, “What can I expect to notice when I start taking CBD” is still the most common question. While there is no simple answer, the information that follows should help you to make an educated decision that will hopefully propel you to taking the plunge and joining the millions of others who are benefiting from this all-natural gift from mother nature.
How Long Does CBD Take to Work?
This is not a quick fix
Wait, you mean I can’t take this on an as needed basis for my pain or anxiety and it will miraculously make my ailments go away?? No! CBD takes time to get into your system. For some people this is a matter of minutes, but for most people it is a matter of days and in some cases a few weeks. So it is important to note, taking CBD is not like taking ibuprofen or even an opioid for that matter. While there are definite anti-inflammatory benefits and reductions in pain receptors, it will take time for your body to get used to taking in CBD. One thing is for sure, you WILL see the benefits of taking this miraculous supplement over time!!
With that being said, there are again a handful of factors that come into play.
Your Body Weight and Mass — Your body weight and mass has a profound impact on how you consume any substance. Simply put, a larger body mass may require more of a substance to feel its affects. As a result, it may take the body longer to process a larger quantity of that substance.
Your Metabolic Rate — Your metabolic rate, is the process of breaking down compounds and synthesizing these to achieve vital functions in the body. Many factors affect your metabolism, which naturally affects how quickly your body processes CBD.
Your Body’s Composition — Your body’s composition will have an impact on how quickly your body will process CBD.
some possible benefits you can expect
Reduce symptoms of Depression
Reduction of Acne