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  • Norma Gray

How Cannabidiol makes you feel?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is non-psychoactive. What that means is that CBD is not associated with the same kind of “high” or intoxication as that which is felt after THC consumption.

It is associated with feelings of relaxation, calmness wellbeing. And in lower doses, it may promote feelings of alertness and awakeness. At higher doses, CBD may promote feelings of drowsiness and sleepiness.

When you consume cannabidiol, it shouldn't be used for recreational purposes as there is no sense of intoxication once it is consumed, so effects may not be as pronounced as intoxicants.

Even if CBD is not consciously “felt”, it is doing a lot of work inside the body that may take a little bit of time to notice.

Does it have any side effects?

Most cannabidiol consumers won't report side effects after usage. At higher doses, CBD may cause the following side effects:

  • Stomach upset

  • Sleepiness

  • Dry mouth

Side effects are generally very short lived, disappearing within a few hours.

If side effects appear, reduce dosage as perhaps side effects are caused by consuming too much.