Is CBD oil addictive?
The short answer to this important question is NO.
The CBD compound does not appear to have an addiction effect on us. This statement is supported by the World Health Organization, which says that “evidence from well-controlled human experimental research indicates that CBD is not associated with abuse potential.”
Studies show that, even with high doses of up to 1,500 milligrams of daily CBD, the cannabinoid does not cause drug dependency. That’s because CBD doesn’t give you a euphoric high.
Typically, cannabinoids like CBD and THC attach to receptors in your tissues and cells. Specifically, they connect with your CB1 and CB2 receptors, which are part of the vast network of neurotransmitters referred to as your endocannabinoid system (ECS). Both THC and CBD attach to these receptors. And, we know that THC can cause drug dependency.
So the main conclusion here is that you must avoid CBD oils with more than 0.3% of THC compound. And in order to be sure, you have to be vigilant about the lab tests and content of every product that you buy.