Information from adverse event reports regarding marijuana use is extremely limited; the FDA primarily receives adverse event reports for approved products. General information on the potential adverse effects of using marijuana and its constituents can come from clinical trials using marijuana that have been published, as well as from spontaneously reported adverse events sent to the FDA. Additional information about the safety and effectiveness of marijuana and its constituents is needed. Clinical trials of marijuana conducted under an IND application could collect this important information as a part of the drug development process.
El CBD se está convirtiendo rápidamente en un suplemento popular entre quienes buscan alivio para diversos problemas de salud y puede ser un gran recurso para obtener un remedio natural y no psicoactivo. Simplemente se necesita algo de tiempo para descubrir la mejor forma de ingestión del producto y la dosificación adecuada para optimizar sus efectos.
The good news (or disappointing news, depending on how you look at it) is that the oil, when applied to your skin doesn’t penetrate the bloodstream. So no, it is really unlikely that you will feel the euphoric effects of the THC. You might feel more relaxed, your arms and legs may feel a little loosey-goosey, but that is an after-effect of any good massage.