Full-spectrum CBD powder is a product that is made up of various cannabis plant extracts. The powder can have up to 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol, which is also commonly known as THC (the component that gets you ‘high’).
It is originally a form of crystals made from pure CBD and specific strains of CBD oil. These crystals are then ground down to form the powder for you to use easily at home. Typically, the dosage is more concentrated than in CBD oils, so you will need less to achieve the same effect. Always read the label and any information that comes with the product before consuming.
How do I use the powder?
CBD powder does not require any heat to produce its effect, meaning that you simply stir it into your drink of choice and consume it. The effects will take place once it has been absorbed by your body.
Where can I buy full spectrum CBD powder?
Make sure that you buy your full spectrum CBD powder from a reputable source. Trusted online retailers and dispensaries will often have guarantees to let you know exactly the dosage in your CBD powder. Buying from a trusted source also ensures that there are no additives in your CBD powder and that you are getting exactly what you are paying for.
If you have any questions about a particular product it is always best to contact either the retailer or the manufacturer directly. This way they will have the best knowledge about the product and will be able to answer any questions that you have.
Is it safe?
Like any drug, CBD powder has unwanted side effects. Side effects of full spectrum CBD powder may include:
- An upset stomach
- Loss of appetite
- Dry mouth
For the most part, CBD powder is perfectly safe to use. However, if you are taking other medications then it is a good idea to check if they will react with the powder. Blood thinners in particular are not a good combination for use with CBD products.
Otherwise, as long as you make sure that you buy your CBD powder from a trusted source then you can be sure of what you are consuming and the effects that it should have.
Please note that CBD is not legalized in several countries around the world. Please make sure of the legality of CBD products in your country and/or state before purchasing, or using, any products.