Furthermore, a daily dose of at least 10-25mg is recommended to be beneficial to the human body’s endocannabinoid system, for non-medical reasons. At that rate, a person would have to drink five to thirteen bottles of Love Hemp water per day, provided it is stored in the dark, such as in a wine cellar, before purchase, then consumed all in one shot.
According to Pop Sugar, another brand, CBD Living Water, ” has 2.5 milligrams of CBD per bottle, but due to the nano application, you can get up to nine times the effect — 22.5 mg.”
While the head of the WHO recommended on January 24, not to include CBD in the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, the world body is certainly not endorsing CBD water.
Assuming some manufacturer takes the initiative to sell CBD in dark brown glass bottles, like Guinness, from the moment the cap is opened and oxygen hits the product, it begins to destabilize.
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Green Rush Daily published an article last year stating, “The World Health Organization (WHO) has done extensive research regarding CBD water. Unsurprisingly, their findings have shown that the water can provide a variety of health benefits.”
CBD water is a perfect example of capitalism at its phoniest. While plenty of companies are looking to cash in by claiming their products contain beneficial CBD, CBD water is the easiest example of how a fool and his money are soon parted.
For those who prefer carbonated beverages, CBD sparkling water can be the perfect option to consume CBD in a fun and refreshing way. Furthermore, CBD sparkling water can be orally ingested on both an empty or full stomach, making consumption effortless.
Users wishing to drink CBD water for non-medicinal purposes should aim to consume between 10 to 25 mg per day to receive the potential benefits and improve overall well being. For users aiming to relieve symptoms and retrieve the potential medicinal properties of CBD, then 2-10 mg of CBD is recommended per kilogram of body weight. It is recommended that users do not exceed 200 mg of CBD a day, as although there is no evidence for an overdose being caused by CBD, this may have unforeseen risks. Moreover, intake above optimum levels will not increase the efficacy of CBD, instead, causing them to be excreted from the body. A report by the World Health Organisation supports that there is no evidence of public health-related problems associated with the intake of pure CBD and exhibits no effects that are indicative of abuse or dependence. However, as with any wellness products containing active ingredients, it is advised that users consult with their doctor before consuming CBD and CBD infused products.
The Benefits of CBD Infused Water
Expected to boom as one of the most convenient and accessible ways of taking CBD, there is an increasing amount of CBD infused water products reaching the consumer market, benefiting both frequent and inquisitive new users. As the number of CBD infused drinks available on the market increases, concern too has been raised due to an increase in lower quality CBD reaching the consumer market, some with higher than reported levels of THC. To be legal in the UK, hemp oil is required to contain less than 1 mg of THC per product and should be grown from hemp plants grown from European Union-approved strains. In order to avoid low-quality CBD products, it is highly recommended that users purchase from brands that are forthcoming about their ingredients and can provide a certificate of analysis (COA), which is a lab report containing the cannabinoid content, terpene profile, heavy metal content, and pesticide content, to ensure reliability and transparency. This ensures users receive high quality, safe CBD, without compromising on medicinal quality.
Derived from the Cannabis Sativa plant, cannabidiol , better known as CBD, is a chemical compound well-studied and experimented with for its potential medicinal properties. Despite common misconception, CBD is non-psychoactive and does not deliver the same euphoric “high” sensation that its cousin tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the major active ingredient in marijuana, produces. To avoid these intoxicating properties present in recreational cannabis, cannabinoids are required to be extracted from hemp plants containing less than 0.2% to be legal in the UK and most of Europe.