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Does cannabis oil make you high?
You’ve probably heard of cannabis oil, but you might be wondering: Is it legal? Can it make you high? What’s the difference between CBD oil and THC oil? Is there any relationship between cannabis and CBD oils? We’ll answer all these questions below.
What is cannabis oil?
Cannabis oil is made from the buds and leaves of the cannabis plant. It’s illegal in some states because it contains tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is a psychoactive chemical that produces feelings of euphoria when consumed. Cannabis oil can be purchased online and shipped anywhere in the United States, so long as the retailer has a license to sell it to you.
For example: On March 21st, 2019, I ordered two $30 worth of cannabis oil stringers from my favourite website Budora. In under 2 hours, I received two syringes containing 1ml each—enough for hundreds of hits!
Cannabis oils sold online are made from whole plants.
To summarize, cannabis oils are made from the whole plant, not synthetic cannabinoids. This is important because you’re getting all the beneficial cannabinoids (cannabinoids like THC, CBD and CBG).
Cannabis oils may be illegal where you live, but they might not be.
Cannabis oil can also be beneficial for treating specific conditions, such as pain and inflammation. If you live in a country where marijuana is legal, you may be able to obtain cannabis oil.
However, if you live in a country where marijuana is illegal (and even if it’s not), there’s still a chance that they sell cannabis oils at your local dispensary.
How does it make you feel?
>How does it make you feel?
The effects of CBD and THC are both highly subjective, but there’s one thing most people can agree on: both are great for your health. For example, if you feel nervous or anxious, CBD may help alleviate those feelings by relaxing your body and mind. It also has anticonvulsant properties that may be useful for people with epilepsy. On the other hand, if you’re looking to unwind after a long day at work or want to relax in front of Netflix with a glass of whiskey (cannabis oil is excellent with whiskey), THC could be your best friend here—it’s known as one of nature’s most effective sleep aids because it helps relieve stress while inducing relaxation.
Both cannabinoids work well together too! You can combine them into a single product if desired—but remember: no matter what type of cannabis oil comes out on top (or bottom) when it comes to potency, these products contain far less THC than traditional marijuana plants do (which means they won’t get you high).
THC may trigger anxiety and paranoia.
The cannabinoid THC, the most sought-after ingredient in cannabis oil, may be responsible for causing anxiety, paranoia and panic attacks. It’s also been known to cause psychosis (if you haven’t seen this clip from “The Office” yet, you should watch it), hallucinations and memory loss. Not only that, but THC can cause brain damage as well as heart damage, liver damage and kidney damage. If you’re using cannabis oil containing high levels of THC, then there’s no doubt it will likely cause lung damage too!
There is a lot of misinformation about the effects of cannabis oils online.
In some countries, it’s completely legal to buy and consume cannabis oils. But the United States has a very different stance on this issue.
Cannabis oil is illegal in most states in the U.S., including Oregon and California—the two states with legalized recreational weed. So if you’re looking for a way to get high without breaking any laws or getting into trouble with your boss, cannabis oils are probably not suitable for you right now.
But don’t worry! Your options aren’t limited when it comes to getting high without breaking any rules—and we’ve got plenty of other ways that’ll show you how
What are the benefits?
If you’re looking to use cannabis oil as a supplement, a few benefits make it a good choice. Because it’s not psychoactive (meaning that it won’t get you high), cannabis oil can be used by people who want to avoid the feeling associated with smoking or ingesting marijuana.
Another advantage is that cannabis oil doesn’t have any addictive properties like other drugs, which means you won’t feel compelled to take more of it to achieve the same effect. If you take too much at once and have an adverse reaction such as vomiting or dizziness, your body will naturally reject more of the drug until things settle down again. So even though there may be some side effects from using too much cannabis oil at once, these are usually temporary and will go away on their own after about 30 minutes or so (if not sooner).
We hope this article has helped you understand some of the basics about cannabis oil and what it is and isn’t. For more information on cannabis oil laws, check out our state-by-state guide to cannabis laws for medical marijuana patients.