It’s a question that seems to be on everyone’s mind these days: Does CBD oil get you high? It’s an important question to ask—and answer—because CBD offers some rather profound medical benefits that can’t be found anywhere else.
But until fairly recently, those benefits could only be had by consuming the whole plant. This meant that you had to experience the psychoactive effects (the high) to get to the myriad medical benefits. That could put a serious damper on your day if all you wanted was the analgesic effects (pain relief) or the anxiolytic effects (anxiety relief).
With new advances in our understanding of cannabis and its components, and with new advances in how we grow and produce marijuana products, we are now able to identify what specific components do in the body. This has led to the production of new forms of marijuana that target specific effects. Products that isolate THC (high-THC strains are perhaps the most well known) have become all the rage these days. But we also have products that isolate CBD in order to minimize the highs while still providing the medical benefits.
So that brings us back to the million-dollar question: Does CBD oil get you high? This article will answer that question.