Is CBD for treating anxiety a scam?

Updated: Nov 2, 2020

Just like any product on the market, there are low and high quality products.

Cheap CBD extracted from the roots and stalks of the hemp plant is more likely a ‘scam’. Quality CBD companies, ones that extract the CBD from the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant, are providing top-shelf CBD that is more reliable, trustworthy, and more likely to work than the cheaper brands you see.

Another reason CBD ‘doesn’t work’ for it’s users is that they aren’t taking enough #cbd for their body weight, metabolism, or severity of ailments being treated.

The most common fix we provide clients with is to add in a third dose, or a second one. Most people are taking a dose once a day, or only AM & PM. It’s crucial to understand that an AM/PM dose may work on one individual, but not for another. Your body may need an extra dosage.

Everybody is different. You know your body and how you feel best, so use your intuition to guide you to the best dosage regimen possible.

Another, more uncommon reason why #cbd doesn’t always satisfy its users is that they are using only Isolate, or #CBD with a zero amount of #THC. State laws vary with the legality of Full-Spectrum cbd products, but if available to you, we recommend always choosing a Full-Spectrum CBD. For example, in Arizona you can sell or buy a Full-Spectrum CBD as long as it contains less than .3% THC.

CBD is a #natural substance that may help alleviate symptoms of #anxiety. If you have PTSD, generalized anxiety, or social anxiety, #CBD may be useful as a part of your treatment plan.

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