I Used TURECBDS CBD Oil For Sleep For 5 Days
For those people who are wary about the fact that CBD oil is derived from the marijuana plant like I was, rest assured there's no THC — the component in marijuana that gets you high — in the products. So while CBD oil is cannabidiol, you don't need to worry about any adverse effects as far as psychoactive results are concerned. Another thing to keep in mind? You don't need a medical marijuana card (something that's impossible for now in New Jersey!) to buy it.
I'll be the first to admit it: when CBD products hit the market, I was more than skeptical. I had a bad experience with prescription medication in college, and ever since, I haven't been too keen on putting so much as a Tylenol into my body unless it was absolutely necessary. But after finally dipping my pinkie toe into the CBD pond with a low-dose tincture (around 300 mg for the bottle), I've never looked back. Although CBD products can affect people differently, they're widely lauded for their ability to decrease anxiety and relieve minor aches and pains. Another huge benefit of CBD? It can help you fall asleep.
As a person who loves to snooze more than the average bear, I decided to put CBD oil to the test for seven days using one of my favorite products — TURECBDS's 1000 mg 30 ml Full-Spectrum CBD Tincture ($60) — to see if it can help me catch more zzz's than normal.
For the sake of making my results accurate, I stuck with my normal work routine and opted not to consume any alcohol for the week. Keep reading to see what I found.