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When it comes to cannabis products, many people tend to focus on THC content. High THC strains have several healing benefits. They’re also responsible for the high commonly associated with cannabis. High CBD strains provide several benefits without the high. They’re available in many forms, including edibles. While CBD edibles provide many benefits, they may also come with some side effects. Here are a few CBD edibles effects to watch for.

The Benefits of Edibles

Edibles are foods and drinks infused with cannabis. They include brownies, cookies, gummies, water, coffee, sugar, and more. You can find edibles at licensed dispensaries, or you can make your own at home.

Edibles themselves have several benefits. The most significant benefit is that you don’t need to inhale anything. You don’t have to worry about combustion or other potentially harmful effects on your lungs. Other benefits include:

They’re more discreet

  • You can find a wide variety of different products
  • They’re easy to dose
  • They provide longer-lasting effects

Why Take CBD Edibles?

You can find edibles made with different strains of cannabis. Those high in THC provide healing benefits while also producing a high. Edibles made with high CBD strains, on the other hand, provide therapeutic benefits without the psychoactive effects.

One of the main reasons for using CBD edibles is that they promote feelings of relaxation. They can treat a variety of concerns, such as:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • Nausea
  • Pain and inflammation
  • Insomnia
  • Epileptic seizures

Along with treating different health concerns, CBD edibles can help to promote your overall well-being. CBD effects aren’t as immediately noticeable as the effects of THC, but you will notice relief. You may also notice that you feel more relaxed overall.

CBD for health

Effects to Watch For

CBD edibles don’t have many side effects, but there are some that you should know.

Dry mouth: CBD can trigger your endocannabinoid system to inhibit your natural production of saliva. Make sure to drink plenty of water.
Sedation: CBD makes some users sleepy, while it can make others feel more alert. If your edibles do make you feel tired, avoid driving or using heavy machinery.
Decreased blood pressure: For many, CBD can cause a mild drop in blood pressure. As a result, you may feel light-headed.

Consuming too many CBD edibles can lead to too much CBD in your system. An overabundance of CBD can have some negative effects as well, such as:

  • Decreased fertility in both males and females
  • Reduced B and T cell activity, which can reduce your immunity
  • Reduced CYP450 enzyme activity
  • Reduced p-Glycoprotein activity

It’s also important to note that CBD edibles can interact with certain types of medications, such as epileptic drugs and SSRIs. If you’re on any medications and interested in incorporating CBD edibles, you should speak with your healthcare provider first.

CBD edibles offer significant benefits and can help you to manage a wide array of different mental and physical health concerns. While side effects are rare, they can occur. Understanding potential side effects can help you determine if CBD edibles are the best choice for you.