First of all, it’s important to emphasize that CBD oil will not cause you to experience a euphoric effect, or “high.” Because CBD oil is derived from hemp, which naturally contains only trace levels (0.3%) of the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), it is a completely non-psychoactive supplement.

This means that after taking CBD oil, you will NOT notice any adverse affects on your:

  • Sensory awareness
  • Perception
  • Behavior
  • Consciousness
  • Reaction time

As far as how taking CBD oil will make you feel, people react to CBD differently. We’ve heard from some of our CBD oil users say that they feel a sensation of “increased relaxation” or “soothing calmness” after taking CBD, while others have reported experiencing slight “awakening” or “energizing” effects.

These sensations that users experience with CBD often help them in deciding on the best time of day to take their supplements. If you find that taking CBD oil makes you feel energized, for example, then a morning CBD routine may work best. Some of our consumers like to incorporate CBD supplements in the early afternoon when energy levels start to lag. If you notice that CBD oil makes you feel relaxed, then taking your supplement in the evening could be most ideal.

Some consumers have said they don’t particularly feel any type of sensation after taking their CBD oil supplements, but notice that with regular use they experience an “overall sense of better energy everyday” and “improved sleep patterns at night.”