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How to Introduce Your Loved Ones to CBD

By: Glory Finnegan

Have you though about getting your family CBD for the Holidays? You think CBD would be a great help to them, but you already know they have all these preconceived, false ideas about what it is.

As you're likely to receive a whole bunch of questions if you decide to get CBD as a gift for a loved one, we thought it might be helpful to provide you with a guide to breaking the stigma and introducing your loved ones to CBD this Holiday season. 

5 Common Questions 

Naturally, people don't quite understand CBD yet - and that's okay. Use this guide to quickly and easily answer questions you'll get when introducing your family to CBD. 

1."Is CBD even legal?"

The 2018 Farm Bill deemed industrial hemp with less than 0.3% THC legal. Yet, CBD regulations for sales and purchase may vary state by state and have the potential to change over time.

We highly encourage you to always stay engaged and actively follow your local state laws to stay informed. 

2. "Will CBD get me high?"

A common answer to this question in the industry is NO. However, it really depends.

Neurogan CBD products contain under the legal limit of 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the chemical component that is most commonly associated with creating a high feeling. Though this is indeed a trace amount, a high-quality, Full Spectrum CBD product may be potent by its very nature.

For this reason, those who are THC sensitive or who prefer to avoid a high at all costs, can shop THC-Free Broad Spectrum CBD - an extract containing all of CBD's beneficial cannabinoids, with the THC removed.

When adding any new product to your regimen, we recommend starting slow and seeing how your body responds. 

3."Is CBD just like THC?"

No, cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are both cannabinoids that exist in hemp and marijuana but are not the same.

One of the biggest distinctions between the two cannabinoids is that THC creates a high sensation in users, while CBD lends itself to supporting a sense of relaxation, but not a high.

The hemp plant, which most all CBD products are created from, is naturally high in CBD and low in THC (under 0.3%).

4."How do you take CBD?"

One of the coolest things about choosing to try CBD, is that the options for how to take it are practically endless; it just comes down to preference.

CBD Oil: Comes in a variety of strengths and flavors and can be placed under the tongue (be sure to hold for 30 seconds) for quick absorption and fast-acting power in 15 minutes or less. Learn more about CBD oil, here.

CBD Capsules: Available in softgels and capsules, this form of CBD is flavorless and boasts long-lasting benefits, up to 7 hours. Learn more about CBD Capsules, here.

CBD Gummies:Perfect for those that don't like the strong taste of hemp and want a tasty introduction to CBD. CBD gummies are long lasting and available in a wide variety of flavors for all day support. Learn more about CBD gummies, here.

CBD Smokeables: Offering the fastest method of CBD delivery in 5 minutes or less, CBD smokeables offer the perfect option for those who want an easy on-the-go CBD option. Learn more about CBD smokeables, here.

5."What are CBD's benefits?"

Cannabinoids like CBD interact with our body's endocannainoid system to relay messages to vital processes in our body to maintain homeostasis (balance).

Studies have shown that CBD helps to support: mood, focus, normal inflammatory function, a good night's sleep, and healthy joint mobility.


CBD Bundles in Time for The Holidays

After you're finished helping your loved ones come to a better understanding of CBD, send them over to us on Neurogan where they'll be in good hands. We're experts in creating top-quality, cGMP certified CBD you can trust.

This is the perfect time to dive into CBD for the first time, with our CBD Bundles up to 50% Off. Not to mention, we've got a bundle just for beginners - check it out, here.

Happy Holidays to you & yours.

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Disclaimer

The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.

About Glory Finnegan

Glory Rae Finnegan is a freelance content writer with a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Psychology. Glory is passionate about human psychology, destigmatizing mental health, animal advocacy, and plant-based living.