Have you ever wondered how old you have to be to buy CBD products? Is there any age limit at all? Continue reading this blog to find out everything about CBD and age-related restrictions.
The CBD industry has become very interesting for a lot of people: from teenagers to the elderly. So, today’s question is actually a very important one if you are looking to include CBD in your daily routine or to give it to your family.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the primary cannabinoid in industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa L.). In recent years there is increasing interest in the therapeutic potential of CBD. It is a cannabinoid that causes no psychotropic effects, and even in long-term use does not cause significant side effects.
Is CBD legal?
The legal status of CBD products depends on many factors, such as the form of the final product, the source of the CBD, and last, but not least, on country-specific regulations.
The last of these is changing fast. Therefore, our advice to you is to follow the news as it relates to the CBD market. For more detailed information about the legal status of CBD, read this blog.
What are the different types of CBD products you’ll see?
The CBD market is growing very fast and there are a lot of different and sometimes even weird products. It is important to choose the right products for you, so we advise you to talk with your doctor about CBD.
Let’s take a look at the most common products that are made from CBD:
● CBD oils
● Drinks infused with CBD and other active ingredients
● Cosmetic products containing CBD, such as anti-aging topical creams and serums
● Oral hygiene products, for example, toothpaste and mouthwashes
● E-liquids with CBD for vaping
There are many more ways to include CBD in your life, but these are currently the most popular choices.
Is there a CBD-oil age limit, and how old do you have to be to buy CBD?
According to Food and Drug Administration (FDA), CBD should only be age-restricted in the form of smokable flowers or for vaping. Any other forms of CBD (creams, oils, topicals, edibles, etc.) should not be age-restricted, because of its potential medical benefits.
Knowing the legal status of CBD in your country and knowing the different types of CBD products, we still advise you to talk with your doctor if you are thinking of starting to use CBD or giving it to your family or kids.
In short, if you learn some basic information and understand your local restrictions, the answer to today’s question is pretty simple. All forms of CBD are not age-restricted, except smokable flowers or CBD for vaping. The last two forms of CBD are also the least healthy versions, so we advise you to choose CBD in the forms of creams, serums, etc.