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CBD can be used to help with a myriad of things by interacting with the endocannabinoid system that is largely responsible for keeping balance.

Negative effects are really only seen if someone is allergic

Dosage will vary depending on each person's tolerance level, and is affected by thc intake as well. Someone who smokes or does THC edibles, will often have a higher tolerance. 10-25mg a day for most people using it for maintenance is good. Higher mg is recommended in other cases.

You will not get high on CBD, only THC. If you are taking full spectrum it will contain .3% or less THC, which is still not enough to get high, but you run the risk of failing a drug test without the fun of getting high. If you take broad spectrum or isolate, it should contain 0% thc, and will not get you high as well.

Eating a CBD edible requires higher mg than CBD oil. The reason is that CBD oil is intended to be swished around in the mouth allowing for sublingual absorption into the bloodstream. Where as a CBD edible must go through the digestive process first.

Vaping CBD is perfectly fine, but you must make sure you are vaping an oil mixture that is intended to be vaped. Most tinctures are not good to vape and should only be used to ingest. Tinctures with MCToil, vitamin E, olive oil etc are potentially toxic and should never be vaped. However CBD can be mixed into blends of PG and VG (Polypropylene Glycol, and Vegetable Glycerin), and vaped without serious risk. (This topic is extremely hot right now, and should be handled delicately, or not at all)