Disclaimer: we don’t claim to be medical experts nor do we claim that any of our CBD products will cure illnesses and/or diseases. We simply wish to educate people on the health & wellness benefits that our customers and other CBD users have seen as a result of cannabidiol usage.
Also all of our stocks are legal and meets the regulations of the UK law. All our products contain legal amount or lower content of THC or no THC at all in them. And all our products are independently lab tested as well.
If you feel as though CBD is on the verge of taking over the world, you may well be on to something.
After all, cannabidiol is now legal in a number of countries across the globe, while it currently features in a wide range of products from ice creams and lattes to cocktails. There’s even rumours that we may soon see soft drinks infused with CBD, and this is definitely something that we’re looking forward to!
Despite this, we bet there are still a few gaps in your knowledge when it comes to CBD, especially when trying to understand when it’s safe to use.
Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered, and below we’ll ask whether or not it’s safe to drive when taking a CBD supplement.
CBD and Driving – Why is There Confusion?
This is one of the most commonly asked questions of CBD, and there’s a genuinely sound reason for this.
Despite being a natural compound, CBD is extracted from the hemp plant, which is also synonymous with cannabis and the psychoactive agent THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol).
As a result of this, it’s natural that people confuse these compounds and their composition while questioning whether or not CBD is legal and likely to make them high while driving.
Why is it Safe to Drive While Taking CBD?
We’ve already touched on the confusion surrounding CBD, THC, and cannabis, and unravelling this mystery is key to understanding the innate differences between these compounds and why it’s safe to drive when consuming cannabidiol.
In simple terms, THC is the powerful psychoactive agent that helps users to achieve a ‘high’ when smoking cannabis. Now while cannabidiol is drawn from the very same hemp plant, it’s directly extracted from the flowers, leaves, and stalks and in this respect is entirely separate to THC in more ways than one.
As a result of this, all reputable CBD oils and supplements should contain no more than 0.3% THC, making them incapable of delivering the type of superficial and mind-altering high that could cause significant risk while driving.
Beyond this, there are some brands that continue to produce CBD supplements that contain 0% THC.
This process leverages C02 to effectively control temperature and the application of pressure during the extraction process, which in turn allows for the greater separation and collection of individual compounds.
This translates into a pure into a clean and consistent product, and in the case of CBD delivers a high quality and pure supplement that is entirely free from THC.