Marcus, my husband is a 100% disabled vet with PTSD. He has tried a myriad of drugs through the VA all with questionable side affects. He would love to drop the drugs all together but that would cause many other problems. Can the CBD oil be used with meds he is on? Does he need to get permission from the psychiatrist at the VA and is there anything else I might need to consider before suggesting this to him? Thanks in advance!
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You can buy CBD edibles online, but it’s important that you buy from reputable and legitimate manufacturers who have transparent extraction methods and offer quality, natural, and preferably even organic products that are naturally flavored. There are some extraction methods that may carry through some dangerous chemical residue down to the final product, so always ensure that the CBD edible that you buy is free from pesticides and synthetic chemicals.
Different drug tests will set different limits on the amount of THC that you are permitted to have in the blood. Full-spectrum CBD products are generally made with a small level of THC, due to the small quantity that was initially in the hemp. This will, because of the law, always be less than 0.3%, and no psychoactive effect is possible in that amount.
In addition to so strong nutritional profile of CBD oil, it’s important to add CBD oil to the diet plan for your pets. If you’re not still convinced, I am pretty sure that you will be convinced once you finish reading this article. Moreover, there are many other nutrients and minerals that are found in CBD oil besides omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids.