Cannabis Oil

Cannabis Oil

This is admittedly a pretty wide category in its own right. There are weed products we’ll get to further down that contain cannabidiol (CBD) oil to give you the desired effects. But cannabis oil can be taken by itself in a number of different forms. That versatility has made it easily the most sought-after cannabis product for people looking for legal use.

CBD oils have exceedingly low traces of THC, so they won’t give you the high that you’d normally associate with marijuana. That way one can potentially get the desired effects – pain relief, anxiety relief, nausea relief, etc. – without psychoactive reactions.

Epilepsy is the condition that seems to get the most consistent support for use of cannabis oil, even federally; the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently got a unanimous vote by their federal advisory committee to recommend approval of a pharmaceutical CBD oil known as Epidiolex, which can be used to treat certain rare forms of epilepsy. But CBD oil has also shown itself to be useful with regards to pain relief, cancer treatment, anxiety, depression, and sleep issues, among other conditions.

CBD oil, as its own usable entity, can come in several forms, and the larger companies that produce and sell them will offer a variety of options to choose from. E-liquid for a vape pen is the most common form, but another one is tinctures. CBD tinctures are drops of concentrated CBD extract that are dropped under your tongue and absorb in the mouth. There are capsules too, which can be taken with water like your average pill.

Of course, if someone who wants legal cannabis oil also doesn’t want a middleman, they’re free to literally just place CBD oil on their tongue and swallow it. CBD hemp oil is legally sold at some dispensaries.