Here at Gold Care, we understand there's a lot of confusion surrounding CBD and its safety. You've probably heard some wild claims online, and it's hard to know what to trust. This blog is designed to clear the air and give you the facts about CBD, so you can make informed decisions about your health and well-being.

What is CBD?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is just one of over a hundred natural compounds found in the hemp plant. These compounds are called cannabinoids, and they work in your body by interacting with its endocannabinoid system. Think of it like a lock-and-key system. The cannabinoids fit perfectly into receptors throughout your body, and when they do, they can help your body fight inflammation, reduce anxiety, and promote overall wellness.

There are three main types of CBD oil available:

  • Full Spectrum CBD: This type of CBD contains all the cannabinoids naturally found in hemp, including CBD, CBG, CBC, and a trace amount of THC (less than 0.3%). Because it contains the full range of cannabinoids, some users believe full spectrum CBD offers the most well-rounded benefits, due to the entourage effect.
  • Broad Spectrum CBD: Similar to full spectrum, broad spectrum CBD includes most cannabinoids found in hemp, but it has the THC removed.
  • CBD Isolate: This type of CBD is the purest form, containing only CBD.

Is Gold Care CBD Safe?

Safety is our top priority at Gold Care. That's why all our CBD products are:

  • Lab Tested: We rigorously test all our products in a licensed facility by the Colorado Department of Public Health to ensure quality and safety.
  • Made with Organic Ingredients: We use only the finest organic ingredients in our products.

Important Note: While CBD is generally considered safe, it's always a wise idea to talk to your doctor before using any new product, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, chronically ill, elderly, under 18, or taking prescription medications.

Is CBD Addictive?

Extensive research has shown no potential for addiction with CBD use. Unlike its cousin THC, the psychoactive compound in marijuana, CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it won't get you "high."

How Much CBD Should I Take?

Since we're not doctors, we can't recommend a specific dosage. However, as a general rule, it's always best to start low and slow when trying any new product. A common starting point is ¼ dropper to a full dropper in the morning and/or evening. Listen to your body and adjust the dosage accordingly.

Why Choose Gold Care CBD?

At Gold Care, we take pride in offering superior-quality CBD products. We use only the finest organic hemp and employ meticulous manufacturing processes to ensure you get a safe and effective product you'll love.