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Hi Treasha – We’d recommend backing down on the dose you’re taking. Changing the type of CBD oil you’re taking too may also help. Some people respond better to an isolate vs full-spectrum, etc. If you stop in the store, bring your open bottle and we can chat with you about how much you’re taking and when, or get your current CBD exchanged for a different brand. Finding the right fit the first time around can sometimes be tricky, but that’s why we have our product guarantee in place! Stop by or give us a call – we’re here to help!


Due to my other issues, I’m extremely out of shape even though I’m not much overweight. I can’t even walk for 10 minutes without causing myself considerable pain. I do everything I can to avoid traveling in vehicles and only do so if it’s less than a 15 minute ride because it’s all my anxiety and other issues can manage. I’m only 39 and I feel like I’m not even a living person anymore and I’m sick of it. I’m desperate for a solution and mental health therapy, physical therapy, various prescriptions that have come and gone over the years have not given me much help at all. My body doesn’t react well to pharmaceutical pain relievers. I’ve been given many prescriptions over the years that I’ve stopped because they just didn’t work and they gave me weird reactions. None of those reactions were “serious” reactions, but they made me anxious and freaked me out. I’ve been prescribed several different medications over the years for my stomach issues and various nausea related issues (including Protonix, Zantac, Prevacid and Prilosec for my GERD issues, and Phenergan, Zofran and an anti-motion sickness patch I can’t remember the name of.) And I’m sick of being sick… I’m sick of taking so much nausea medication that makes me sleepy. I’m sick of being afraid of everything.
However, if it was sourced from actual marijuana (i.e. cannabis that contains more than 2% THC by volume), then it is technically illegal. Most of the best CBD oils for pain that you find in dispensaries in states like Colorado, California, and Washington (as well as other states where weed is legal) will have been extracted from marijuana plants — not industrial hemp plants. Unfortunately, this means that these products are not allowed to be sold online and shipped across state lines to “non-legal” states.
Medical professionals  and the FDA do advise that patients avoid citrus fruits, in particular grapefruit, when taking certain medications. Especially true of heart medications, grapefruit juice has nearly the exact same reaction to the CYP3A4 enzyme as CBD. When taken in conjunction with some medications, grapefruit juice can either decrease or increase the potency of the drug, through its reactions to the CYP3A4 enzyme.

To best understand the side effects of CBD and its reactions to pharmaceutical drugs, its first important to understand how the human body reacts to and processes cannabidiol. From a neurological perspective, CBD interacts very closely with the endocannabinoid system (also known as the ECS). Generally, the ECS can be described as the system in all mammals that is used to adapt to changes in our environment, and it is responsible for many of our day-to-day bodily processes.
That’s an excellent question, Denise! The answer is two-fold. Generally, a ‘high’ dose would be anything significantly above the recommended doses on the products themselves. However, it’s also important to remember that all of our bodies are a bit different. For those who are more sensitive to CBD, a daily dose may be half the recommended dose for them to see amazing results. When it comes to dosing, just remember that it’s okay to play around and find what works best for your body. If you ever run into any questions, feel free to call us. We’re here to help! 608-663-2640
In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Epidiolex (a drug made with a purified form of CBD oil) in June 2018 for the treatment of seizures associated with two rare and severe forms of epilepsy in patients 2 years of age and older. These two epilepsy forms are known as Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome. Epidiolex is the first FDA-approved drug that contains a purified drug substance derived from marijuana.
Side effects can include some CBD oil drug interactions — specifically, the inhibition of hepatic drug metabolism and decreased activity of p-glycoprotein. In layman’s terms, CBD oil can inhibit the activity of some liver enzymes that are responsible for metabolizing pharmaceutical drugs. High doses of CBD oil can temporarily neutralize these liver enzymes, which affects the way the drugs are used in your body.

Side effects can include some CBD oil drug interactions — specifically, the inhibition of hepatic drug metabolism and decreased activity of p-glycoprotein. In layman’s terms, CBD oil can inhibit the activity of some liver enzymes that are responsible for metabolizing pharmaceutical drugs. High doses of CBD oil can temporarily neutralize these liver enzymes, which affects the way the drugs are used in your body.
Kelly, I found this site while researching for myself. I use vape bright cbd oil (for widespread chronic pain, inflamation + colon & bladder pain, Reynauds & anxiety) combined with Noxicare, a non cbd all natural organic cream. A pea sized amount of Noxicare is enough for my lower back or thigh. I was able to get off of Fentenyl patches that I had been on for over 22 years. CBD combined with Noxicare is unbelievably amazing for me!!! I also started some excellent enzymes and suppliments that a good herbalist could get you on snd I eliminated all dairy, processed oils, sugar, gluten and most animal products. The diet helped with inflammation. Don’t give up, you will find something! If you want sublingual cbd, I liked the effects of Endoca, (I didn’t like the taste) vape bright worked faster and better for me.
Some studies have investigated the role of CBD in preventing cancer cell growth, but research is still in its early stages. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) says that CBD may help alleviate cancer symptoms and cancer treatment side effects. However, the NCI doesn’t fully endorse any form of cannabis as a cancer treatment. The action of CBD that’s promising for cancer treatment is its ability to moderate inflammation and change how cell reproduce. CBD has the effect of reducing the ability of some types of tumor cells to reproduce.
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I was taking THC and CBD oil for pain and developed stomach pain so bad that I thought I had pancreatitis. It was the worst pain of my life and lastest about an hour. I had previous stomach discomfort from the oil but this last bout has kept me from ever wanting to try it again. I can’t vape or smoke because I about choke to death and edibles aren’t legal in our state so I’m off of the marijuana and back to opioids unfortunately. I did have gastric bypass surgery 10 years ago – I suppose its possible it make me more sensitive.
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