OpenLeaf CBD – The ability to change your life starts here: The 3 most asked CBD questions

We at OpenLeaf CBD encounter hundreds of customers on a regular basis and the 3 most asked questions pertaining to CBD might surprise you. With dealing with CBD, you or someone you know might have a direct reason for trying CBD, or you might just be interested in the hype. Here are the 3 most asked questions relating to CBD.

The first most asked question is “Can I pass a drug test?”

This question is best answered based on the CBD product you buy. Broad spectrum CBD contains no levels of THC and is developed for usage in people who want the benefits of CBD without any traces of THC.

Full spectrum CBD products contain less than 0.3% THC but has not been processed to exclude the low trace amounts of THC.

Broad spectrum cannot cause you to fail a drug test.

Full spectrum has the ability to cause you to fail a drug test, depending on how much you use it, the lapse in-time it’s taken before the drug test, and the potency of the brand you select.

The second question is “Can CBD really help me?”

This is a question that will be unique to each individual. Your age, weight, eating habits, life choices, and pain level will determine what product and level of doses will make the difference in your pain management. For example: A 40+ male, who is 250lbs, and has severe backpain from a recent surgery, will need to start off at a higher doseage than a 40+ male, who is 145lbs, and wants to take CBD for their anxiety. Our professionals at OpenLeaf CBD can help you determine the best brand, product, and dosage levels for your needs.

The third question is “What is the difference between CBD and the Delta 8 or 10 products?”

CBD and Delta 8/10 both provide the benefits of the hemp flower; the main difference is that Delta 8 and Delta 10 are both products produced to inhibit high quantities of THC, causing a psychoactive effect. Both CBD and Delta 8 are derived from the hemp plant. CBD has a smoother, more gentle effect, while Delta 8 and Delta 10 are more noticeable because of the THC levels involved.

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