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What Does CBD Make You Feel Like

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If you’re wondering what does CBD make you feel like, then feel free to read over this article for information regarding the effects of CBD along with first hand experiences from the author. Not only do I share the effects and how CBD makes you feel, but I’m going to share my own experiences using a CBD product.

What Is CBD

The CBD product or also known as cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive component of cannabis and is said to be the most vital part to naturally-occurring cannabinoid. What happens with this is the CBD oil is extracted from a cannabis plant. What many do not know is that CBD comes from an industrial hemp. These include many types of cannabis plants that were specifically used for industrial products. In fact, it has been used for many years since it’s a fast-growing plant. One use was thousands of years ago where it was first used to spin into usable fibers, later being used in textiles, paper products and clothing. Believe it or not but it has also been used in plastics, paint, and animal feed. You see, CBD has very low concentrations of THC and is extracted from a different strain that has different properties that eliminates the psychoactive effects of THC.

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The Effects of Using CBD

koi cbd eliquidSo what are the effects of actually using CBD, keeping in mind that the psychoactive part is removed from the equation. Well, the effects of CBD is why everyone has moved towards using the product. There are some very prominent effects that it has on the mind and body, such as helping users relax, reducing stress, anxiety, and believe it or not but CBD also treats pain and sleep issues.

Though CBD isn’t a sedative, it does act as a nerve and muscle relaxant, in addition helping as an anti-inflammatory, which can help with reducing pain. CBD will actually sooth and relax nerves, thus allowing one to rest or sleep easier. We’ll even go as far as saying that there have been studies showing that along with THC, CBD can also treat problems such as PTSD. There are many points to make about CBD, but here’s a list of effects from using CBD based on research:

  • Fights Inflammation
  • Helps With Muscle Relaxation
  • Helps With Sleep
  • Relieves Symptoms of Depression
  • Pain Relief

How I Felt From Using CBD

The above can be mocked up as all information generated from my research on CBD, but I have personally used CBD E-Liquid, which will allow me to share my own experiences using the product. Keep in mind that I have not used marijuana since I was younger (many years) and my intent in using the CBD product was for a few reasons:

  1. To experience the product myself so that I could share information about it and my experiences with it.
  2. To treat anxiety, which I’ve suffered from since I was about 13 years of age.
  3. To treat arthritis pain and back pain (I’ve had a metal plate in my right arm since I was 14 and have had back problems due to my hip not being correctly aligned, which I think stems from the issues I had as a baby – the doctor told my mother that I would always need braces to walk).
  4. I’ve had trouble sleeping as far as I could remember and still do to this day.

Now that you know my intent, what does CBD feel like? At first vaping it, I really didn’t feel any different. The more I used the product, the more relaxed I became. I vaped the CBD e-liquid for several days and I began noticing one key thing, I kept waking up in the morning super tired – like more tired than usual. I used the product closer towards the night before I would go to sleep and I had no trouble sleeping at all. I’m thinking that it put me in such a relaxed state that I fell into a deeper sleep than normal, thus taking me a bit longer to wake up in the morning. I’ve become better at controlling the anxiety myself, so I haven’t been put into a situation to test if it has helped reduce my anxiety. The pain in my back and arm isn’t something that happens every day, so I can’t say if the times that I used the CBD product credited towards any pain reduction.

Overall, the feeling I got was that using CBD would be great for times you actually need it, not for just regular use. The reason why I say this is because before I used the product I did a little research and watched youtube videos and many of them said you wouldn’t feel anything unless you were experiencing some type of problem. And, I think that is very much accurate. It simply just made me feel relaxed, not like a high type of relaxed, but more like I just took three motrin and now I feel normal type of relaxed (haha). I will say this though, one night I continued vaping the CBD e-liquid and didn’t realize how much I was vaping. Before I knew it I felt a bit of a buzzed feeling that went away after about two minutes. Since then I haven’t used the product as much and haven’t experienced the same feeling. Just for information I was vaping the Koi CBD.


Blake Brown
Blake Brown

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  1. I can personally say that CBD does help. I moved to WA for a year, and vaped low THC/high CBD legal pot from a launch box. This did more to help my PTSD than any of the pills the VA has tried with me over the last 7 years of treatment(combat medic, Iraq, 2004). I had bad side effects from all meds I tried, as I have bipolar 1, and OCD as well. Risperadone, Depakote, Trazodone, Lithium, Geodon, are some of the ones I’ve tried, can’t remember the rest.

    I smoked/vaped sativa dominant strains generally 5% THC/12ish% CBD. I did get pretty baked, even smoking every day. I did have short term memory problems and such, but much less so than the pharmaceuticals I had tried in the past.

    I have been vaping nicotine for 4 years now, smoked a pack a day for 20 years, same with 5 of my friends that all quit. I smoked bowls at first, but a couple months in, I was coughing a lot, so I switched to vaping.

    Moved back to TN to finish my degree, and don’t bother with pot here just because it’s not worth it. Not sure of the legality of the CBD oils here, so I don’t mess with it.

  2. Please could you advise me. My 18 yr old son is smoking appx 0.5g Of Cannabis a day as well as tobacco and vaping 3mg nic juice. I need to help him cut out the cannabis but he has Borderline Persinality Disorder and Tourette Syndrome. What strength CBD vape oil should I be looking for to help him. I am desperate to get him off of it as I am worried he will be tempted to try stronger drugs

    • It’s the BPD diagnosis which makes your case so difficult to treat… Volatility and manipulative behavior must be driving you nuts! I actually have Tourette’s syndrome and OCD myself. If he wants to cut out the cannabis (and whatever other drugs you might not know about, I was also 18 once!) using CBD, it’s more of a matter of him deciding to quit weed altogether. He needs to agree to drug testing, and because of that, you will need 100% pure CBD; lab tested to ensure the zero THC presence.

      Half a gram of weed per day is on the low end of a serious habit or problem, if I’m smoking weed with THC I usually smoke about half a gram over a four hour period. When I take CBD, it has absolutely EVERY beneficial effect that pot has, just without the high. I’ve known a lot of people who quit smoking weed entirely because they just felt so much better using CBD alone. OCD and Tourette’s are horrible illnesses, but I have been on CBD for two weeks now and basically just leave 1/8 (3.5Gm) of regular weed in case I’m having company. I stopped wanting weed after discovering CBD…

      Drug addiction is a huge risk for your son. CBD is highly effective and doesn’t have the reinforcing effects which would make him want to seek out the drug. The risk for drug abuse and addiction is just as significant with THC as it is with other pleasurable drugs. It’s very hard to explain what using CBD feels like, because it’s not a high, but it effectively reduces anxiety. The more you use, the more powerful the effects. It’s different for everybody, but rarely fails anybody. It is much safer taking a tincture or oil than it is to vape or smoke it. He may try and convince you to buy him a dabbing rig or something like that, don’t fall for it. Oral administration lasts all day and is exceptionally smooth. Smoking or vaping it will probably just encourage further use of THC or regular weed extracts, but he’s used to vaping so that does sound pretty reasonable. Put your foot down. Don’t buy him anything until he agrees to YOUR terms. Also, buy drug tests on eBay. They’re cheap. But you’re going to have to watch him pee, sorry kid.

      Talk it over with his psychiatrist. If that psychiatrist is anti CBD, find another. They can give some real advice. Far as dosing goes, try the 300mg juice first. He’s going to have to determine the right dose for him. 1ml of CBD vape goes waaaaaay further than 1ml of nicotine vape juice, so keep that in mind. Once the right dose is determined according to his preference (more does not mean better with CBD, I do fine on 25mg/day. Maybe it’ll change his life. Just don’t let him walk all over you.

    • Maryanne, unfortunately, that isn’t something I can help you with, nor would I feel comfortable advising you on. I would probably contact someone that knows more about those disorders.

  3. I was homeless living in a fridge box and i took cbd and now im jogging 20 miles every morning,saved 11 kids in a fire and have an interview as vice president of microsft. The stuffs amazing

  4. How to sensibly buy LEGAL cbd oil? Because I got a letter saying customs has confiscated my package two times already and Iā€™m pissed.

  5. CBD does not make me high because it does not contain THC. I have been using CBD for 6 months for my insomnia and after taking a regular dosage, I started having a good sleep.

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