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Is Combining Different CBD Products Safe?

CBD is still relatively new in many places. Positive cannabis reform laws have cleared a path for a variety of cannabis known as industrial hemp. Industrial hemp is much like medical/recreational cannabis. It contains terpenes, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and cannabinoids. Just like medical cannabis, industrial hemp has cannabinoids like CBD, CBN, CBDV, and others.

What industrial hemp doesn't have is high levels of THC like medical cannabis. Industrial hemp does. However, have very minuscular amounts of THC. In the UK industrial hemp is only allowed to come from EU-approved hemp cultivars containing 0.2% THC or less. Products are only allowed to have a maximum of 1mg THC per bottle. There's a wide variety of CBD products available for consumers.

Consumers can choose from CBD-infused beverages, CBD edibles, CBD topicals, CBD pharma or even CBD flowers/buds (these are illegal in the UK). With all these different products to choose from, some people are beginning to ask questions like whether or not it’s safe to combine them.

CBD Products Are A Hit!

THC vape juice that is found in a THC vape pen is illegal in most places. This makes CBD vape pens a great alternative for those who still want to embrace cannabis. A CBD vape pen can provide different varieties, strengths, and flavours of CBD. CBD vape pens also provide extra added bonuses of convenience and discretion.

It is easy to find the cartridge vape pen, and no one needs to be wiser that your vape pen is loaded with CBD. CBD vape pens look very similar to nicotine vape pens. People don't really tend to notice someone vaping in the same way they do if someone is smoking. 

Calculating CBD Dosage is Important

One big thing to watch out for when using CBD products is how much you're consuming. The Food Standards Agency suggests that healthy adults only consume a maximum amount of 70mg CBD within a 24-hour period unless otherwise directed by a physician.

Doing this should help you avoid any unwanted and potentially unpleasant side effects from too much CBD. Consumers report taking too much CBD can cause increased anxiety, nervousness, restlessness, jittery feelings, nausea, constipation, diahorrhea, headaches, and other uncomfortable unwanted side effects.

Go Ahead and Mix it Up

Combining CBD products together isn't a bad idea but consuming too much CBD may not be a good idea. It's a good idea to understand how to calculate your dosage of CBD for different types of CBD products. CBD gummies are one of the easiest ways to manage your daily dose of CBD. CBD gummies can be consumed in pre-measured amounts such as a 5mg CBD gummy. You could eat 10 of these gummies and only consume 50mg of CBD.

This means you still have room for an estimated 25mg of CBD. You could choose a CBD oil, a CBD oral oil, or another product like CBD vape to get that extra 25mg of CBD. Mixing up different methods of consumption should only be done after you know how each one affects you by itself. You might be just fine with a CBD vape pen, but a CBD edible could make you feel a bit too relaxed. Once you know how different methods of consumption affect you, have fun and mix it up.

Calculating How Much CBD is in A Puff from a CBD Vape Pen

CBD vape carts are a little more complicated because different people take different size puffs. On average a 100mg 1ml CBD cart will produce an estimated 300 puffs. That would mean you could add roughly 75 puffs of a vape pen like this together with 10x 5mg CBD gummies and still be within the suggested limit of 70mg CBD every 24 hours. CBD oil and CBD oral oil break down the same way.

When purchasing products like this you'll want to be vigilant as to the amount of CBD and the size of the bottle. For example, 2000mg of CBD is a lot if it is in a 10ml bottle. However, if there is 2000mg of CBD and a 100ml bottle it's not as much. Be mindful of numbers like this and enjoy combining multiple different types of CBD products together.
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This article is authored by Dr Casey Abrahamsmen. Dr Abrahamsmen is a board certified physician with over 13 years of experience in internal medicine and pain management. He practises Palliative care at a hospital in Venezuela and is a strong advocate for CBD and believes CBD has a major role to play towards healthy non addictive pain management habits. You can read more about Dr Abrahamsmen here.

This article was peer-reviewed by Dr M Mansoor Siddique (PhD). Dr Siddique has over eight years of experience working with CBD and CBD products.

Disclaimer: All of our products are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. It is recommended to check with doctor before starting a new dietary supplement program. All CBD products sold have less than 0.2% THC content and abide by both EU an UK law.



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