Considering CBD vape oil is made from a derivative of the hemp plant, it’s no surprise that drug tests are a concern of many prospective CBD users. The first thing to know is that drug tests are not trying to detect CBD, as it is a totally non-psychoactive substance that has no negative effect on mental or physical functioning. The cannabinoid that drug tests look for is the psychoactive THC. 
Another thing to think about is CBD edibles for pain. The great thing about the effects of CBD edibles is that they are long-lasting. Unlike vaping which takes effect almost immediately, or tinctures which act quite quickly, edibles take a little while to kick in. And when they do, the effects are there to stay for a good amount of time. CBD is thought to have potent anti-inflammatory properties which are why it works so well to manage pain. However, if you are after a more quick-acting effect to relieve pain, then you might want to opt for another form of CBD rather than edibles.
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So what happens once you ingest your favorite CBD edibles? As you might know, the human body consists of an endocannabinoid system (ECS), with multiple receptors spread throughout the body and brain. THC activates the CB1 and CB2 receptors, while CBD on the other hand doesn’t directly stimulate either of these receptors. This is also the reason why THC makes you high and CBD doesn’t. The ECS is responsible for regulating many activities in the body such as sleep, appetite, memory, mood, and the immune system.
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Hi Jamie. I’m very sorry to hear about your dog. Please remember I am not a vet myself so any advice I can provide is from what I’ve read from the experience of other people. I cannot provide medical advice. In situations like this, I believe people have used as high of a dose of CBD and other cannabinoids as the dog could tolerate without negative side effects. I don’t think the cream would be the right product. In cases like this, ingestion would be appropriate. My best advice for you would be to seek out the help of a veterinarian expert who has experience working with dogs and cannabis. Dr. Gary Richter would be my first choice. Even if you don’t live in California, you may be able to do a phone consultation with him to see what dosage and product he would recommend. Please let me know if you have more questions and I will do my best to help.

Yes, unfortunately we get this type of question frequently from internet trolls!The first misunderstanding here is rooted in thinking that hemp is the same as pot. Hemp is a form of the cannabis plant that does NOT have the psychoactive THC chemical; i.e., you cannot get high off hemp. To be considered hemp, a cannabis plant must have less than 0.3% THC. A good analogy is to compare grape juice to wine; when grape juice ferments, it becomes alcohol. If it doesn’t contain alcohol, it’s just grape juice. Your dog can no more get high from our PurCBD+ or hemp than you could get drunk by drinking grape juice.
Thank you for the information.  A friend of mine recently gave me a small bottle of Cloud 9 hemp, lizard king.  Said she was told it is good for COPD.  Can not find anything that backs up that statement, You article also said that Cloud 9 is a brand that uses Propylene and the effects on the lungs when vaporizing has not been determined but OK to use externally.  Is all this correct?
In cannabis terminology, edibles are any foods such as cookies, candies, or brownies that contain CBD and/or cannabis. CBD edibles are, of course, any of these food items that are specifically CBD-infused. For many people who want to consume CBD, edibles are an easy alternative when compared to other routes of administration like smoking and vaping. Also, some people prefer not to consume their cannabis in whole leaf form, simply because they either don’t like the taste or may have respiratory issues that prevent them from inhaling vapor or smoke, etc.

If your animal has a tendency to panic, then you should be wary of any product that contains THC, since, for some animals and people, that cannabinoid can elicit a panic response. CBD, on the other hand, has been proven to help regulate panic. A 2017 article in Current Neuropharmacology reviewed both experimental lab animal and human studies, and researchers concluded that “CBD seems to be a promising drug for the treatment of PD [panic disorder].”

Each case is unique, and you must consider your pet’s medical history. There are over 1500 prescription drugs for pets in the United States; each of them could interact in a different way with any supplement such as PurCBD. If your pet is on any prescription medication we recommend consulting with a veterinarian before administering any supplement, including our own. Our comprehensive dosing chart is the best place to start; the second page of the chart has a form to help you and your veterinarian coordinate the use of prescription meds with PurCBD. Here is the direct link to the planner: cbd for pets
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