What is the difference between CBD vs. THC effects? Since CBD and THC interact with the body in different ways, each individual may have a unique experience.
The Effects of Using CBD
CBD is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, which means that using CBD does not elicit a euphoric effect or alter your perception in any major way.
While CBD should not have any intoxicating or psychoactive effects, it is important to note that CBD’s influence on the endocannabinoid system and other receptor systems within the body tends to affect people differently. Some people have reported that using CBD makes them feel “in the flow, or that they have a “sense of serenity.” Others have noted that after using CBD products they tend to feel “more awake” or “energized.” The main takeaway is that when manufactured using responsible and clean methods and consumed at suggested servings, CBD is well tolerated and does not have any intoxicating effects.
The Effects of Using THC
THC, on the other hand, has mind altering properties that create a “euphoric” feeling almost immediately after use. While there is a risk of some negative effects from THC, there is no real danger of overconsumption. According to the National Cancer Institute, there have been no reported cases of a fatal overdose.