Can you overdose on CBD oil? - Cannabotech

Can you overdose on CBD oil?

Asked 2 years ago

I'm really worried about suffering an overdose of CBD oil. I've heard CBD can help when you're too high from just smoking straight cannabis, but none of that takes into account the fact that CBD oil is a refined and concentrated product. Is it even possible to suffer a CBD oil overdose and, if that, can CBD oil kill you if you take too much?

Joel Taylor

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

So, while there may technically be a "toxic dose" of CBD oil, it's an outrageously high number that you likely won't end up taking unless that's your sole intention. And even at that toxic dose of CBD oil, it's probably still not enough to be able to kill you.

A CBD oil overdose is definitely possible, especially if taken in conjunction to other drugs, but it's highly unlikely and poses a very minor risk of lethality. Overdosing on CBD oil will cause unwanted side effects, such as lethargy, upset stomach, nausea, drowsiness, and other related things, but not death, even at extremely high doses of well over 10,000mg. Extra caution should be taken when using CBD oil with other medications.

Avik Das

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Being a natural product, CBD has little or no side effects. But over dosage of it could be detrimental and could lead to some unwanted issues in the body. While taking too much CBD oil wouldn't kill you, you can certainly feel extreme dizziness, drowsiness, stomach upset. You might also feel lethargic as well. Thus, always know your dose or consult a doctor.

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