CBD has been hitting the headlines globally more regularly than THC as of late. For the first time, the world is taking a greater interest in the therapeutic properties of CBD than its psychoactive counterpart. All of the reasons being the sudden all-round availability of CBD products in a variety of shapes and forms.
Even in countries where cannabis remains 100% illegal, CBD is making its way onto store shelves all over the place.
From toothpastes to topicals to tinctures to transdermal patches, CBD is everywhere. Most products are relatively mild in terms of potency, but with no specific restrictions on how much you can buy. This limited (or absent) regulation on the sale of low-strength CBD products has prompted an important question:
Is it possible to overdose on CBD?
As is typically the case with such things, evidence regarding the CBD overdose issue is almost entirely anecdotal. For one thing, the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated CBD is medically beneficial with nearly zero health risks. Nevertheless, there are some who remain concerned over the safety or otherwise of CBD. There are even those who claim to have experienced a CBD overdose first hands.
But what does the science of