Does Smoking CBD Get You High? | CBD Q&A Episode 1

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  1. The last time I touched weed was 4 years ago. The times I smoked it I had massive panic attacks that left me with major anxiety for years. Just the smell of weed gave me PTSD and triggered my anxiety. I've been looking into a lot of CBD products. I would love to try Hemp, CBD flower with little to no THC but still have that lingering worry that after smoking it I'm going to get a massive panic attack. Should I be that worried?
    Could I potentially get a panic attack just from placebo?

  2. Hi, thank you for this video! I stopped smoking weed with THC 2 month’s ago and I want to give this a try. Will this make me feel completely relaxed like weed? I loved how chilled out I felt but I don’t want to have this weird feeling of everything being slowed down and being totally quiet when I’m with friends around. Will this give me what I want or should I just avoid CBD joints? And just to let you know very small amount of weed with THC made me feel super high.

  3. CBD makes me super super super mellow & relaxed. It also takes away aches and pains. The only bad side effect is that my lungs feel very congested for a week and I have a lot of boogers and snot for a few days after smoking it. Big fan of the CBD gummies on the other hand.

  4. 👍 Some of those pre rolled are like O shit ! Just depends where you get them from, if you order from a weed legal state it seems like they are stronger. If you get it from a gas station its probably packaged in someones trunk 🤣😂🤣 Just my 2 cents

  5. It all depends if it’s CBD oil or hemp flower. Hemp flower will give you more effects cause it’s the flower it self it’s the raw product your getting more of the entourage effect due to the terpenoids in the flower which gives you the different effects

  6. Have you every tried the weed they have at vape stores/smoke shops I always see them and wanted to try them and since they are in store I’m guessing that they are cbd cause weed is illegal in nc but I’ve been thinking about trying them cause my plugs been inconsistent lol

  7. Finally an honest description of how cbd feels lol thank you I thought I was going crazy when I was like it gives me a body high so yes it gets you high you just aren’t geeking out your normal ughh thank youu

  8. I just brought 2 pre rolls today for that first time. I actually like it. So I used to do THC but I hate the feeling that I’m just stuck lol if you know what I mean. So I did my research on CBD and decided to try it, I’m glad I did.

  9. I need to ask somebody here. Anybody here. I am a HUGE THC SMOKER. Couldn't get any bud for like 4 days and just smoked some CBD Nugs and got a little paranoid/bugging. It was only on that first initial time though, afterwards I was fine and I actually think I might make the switch. Is that normal or am I just bugging because I felt high but I wasn't high? 😂 Lol

  10. I would say I 100% agree with you. Switched over to CBD lately and if you vape enough such as I just did, you WILL get a bit high. But you are right it is mostly body and not brain.

  11. Nice video bro, very well explained. I smoked a 20% cbd / 0.2% thc joint yesterday for the first time and I definitely felt something! I felt more stoned than what I was expecting too but in a good way.

  12. CBD does bind to the CB1 receptors and here is how it does. THC will bind and activate CB1 receptors in the brain and helps CBD bind to the CB1 and CB2 receptors although CBD does not directly bind to the CB1 or the CB2 receptors THC does trigger the CB1 and CB2 receptors helping CBD bind to the receptors. For example say you buy a CBD strain that is low THC but high CBD say for example the strain is 0.50% THC and 15% CBD or 0.20% THC and 22% CBD the THC in those 2 strains will trigger and open the CB1 and CB2 receptors and help the CBD bind to the receptors. That THC will cause a psychoactive effect and make your heart rate go up but then once the CBD binds to the CB1 and the CB2 receptors that CBD will counter effect the psychoactive effect and lower the heart rate back down but CBD itself is also psychoactive because of the terpenes just not a psychoactive effect people are accustomed to when smoking high THC strains.

    Check this video out this guy explains it very well.

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