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Side effects of CBD

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Review of possible side effects. To help you make an informed decision, below is a list of the most common side effects associated with CBD




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how to protect yourself
Side effects of CBD
Increased tremors in Parkinson’s disease
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Conclusion – CBD side effects

We are not going to go over the amazing benefits of using CBD, as they are endless. However, we will review its possible side effects. If you are considering using CBD in oil form, read on.

You’ll mostly find good reviews, but occasionally someone experiences negative side effects. The question is: are these side effects a result of the CBD itself, or just a result of user error? The answer is not so simple.

Before you decide to start taking CBD, do your research and talk to your doctor to cover all your bases. You should look at the benefits, dosing and dosing methods, supplements, and of course the risks involved in taking CBD.

how to protect yourself

There are many different CBD products on the market, each with different additives, purity and potency factors. Unfortunately, some companies only want to make money from the CBD business by providing low quality products that may contain synthetic additives.

The best way to avoid these supplements is to look for a company that provides complete transparency about their product. Although CBD is not regulated by the Ministry of Health, legitimate and professional CBD manufacturers pay for third-party laboratory tests and publish them publicly. These tests usually look at the quality of the CBD oil and provide information regarding potency, cannabinoid and terpene profiles, and purity.

When purchasing a CBD product, you should have full access to the ingredient list and any third-party test results.

Side effects of CBD

There is still a lot of research to be done regarding the side effects of CBD. This makes it a little difficult to give an unequivocal answer. When you look for reviews online, you will find many positive comments about the amazing benefits of CBD. But occasionally, you’ll find a complaint or warning about side effects. Usually, these side effects are mild and usually simple to resolve.

To help you make an informed decision, below is a list of the most common side effects associated with CBD. These are some of the experiences of other users or taken from relevant studies.

Dry mouth

Dry mouth is sometimes present. Fortunately, it can be easily managed by drinking plenty of water before, during and after your CBD intake. In general, it is important to remember to drink enough water every day, so staying hydrated has a clear advantage for a variety of reasons.

drop in blood pressure

Some studies have shown that higher doses of CBD caused a small drop in blood pressure, so for those taking medication for low blood pressure, it is important for them to consult their doctor before consuming CBD. Low blood pressure is often associated with feeling dizzy, which can be uncomfortable for many.


Although CBD is generally considered a good way to ward off nausea, some people report upset stomach or feeling sick as a side effect. Because our digestive system is delicately balanced, there are several reasons this can happen. Too much CBD can easily lead to nausea and loss of appetite. Fortunately, the fix for this problem is quite simple. Just take less CBD, smaller doses and less often.

Well what

CBD affects everyone a little differently. For some, CBD gives energy and focus, but for others, it can produce the opposite. At high doses, some people have reported feeling drowsy after taking CBD. If this affects you, be sure not to take your dose when you need to be most active.

feeling light headed

One of the more possible temporary side effects of CBD, a feeling of dizziness, which is often associated with a drop in blood pressure, can be easily controlled by consuming some type of caffeinated beverage, which will help regulate your body back to normal, (a cup of tea or coffee works wonders).


Unlike the previous effects, some users report that CBD makes them feel restless. Of course, extra energy isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but for people who want to treat insomnia or use CBD to help them sleep, restlessness is frustrating. Sometimes, higher doses are needed to help users get the “sleepy” effects they are looking for.


Rarely, someone may report headaches after using CBD oil. Some people have chosen CBD as an alternative to migraine medications, and many studies have shown that cannabis has the potential to reduce inflammation and pain due to headaches.

It is likely that an increased dose can cause negative effects. Generally, there is no reason to increase your dose if you are already experiencing the desired effects. If you suddenly start experiencing mild side effects after an increased dose, this is a clear sign that your dose is too high.

Increased tremors in Parkinson’s disease

There is significant evidence that CBD oil may help with motor impairment. Stiffness, difficulty sleeping, tremors, and other symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease. CBD has been shown to have neuroprotective effects that help reduce the severity of these symptoms. However, some users report that CBD actually increases tremors due to Parkinson’s disease. There is not much scientific evidence to explain this reaction. It is important to talk to your doctor when using CBD oil to treat chronic conditions.

We cannot recommend taking CBD if you are taking blood thinning medication, you should consult a family doctor.