Article by Express CBD Store
Earlier this year, 650 professional chefs were asked what they thought the next big trend in food would be. According to this survey, 3 in 4 chefs thought CBD-infused food would be food enthusiasts’ newest obsession. In certain states, you might even find CBD-infused food or drinks at your local grocery store or fast food restaurant. But is adding CBD to your food even a good idea?
It might seem like a good idea because of CBD’s potential health benefits, but there are a few things to consider. First, CBD can have digestive side effects such as loss of appetite and diarrhea. If you’re consuming CBD in your food, this might not be a good combination. Second, if you’re taking certain kinds of medication, the CBD in your food might react with those drugs in a bad way, like increasing your risk of bleeding if you’re using blood thinners. Third, there needs to be better regulation when it comes to CBD-infused food.
There are many CBD sellers who prepare their product irresponsibly or haphazardly, which can lead to harmful materials being present in their product. This may be part of the reason why the FDA has deemed it illegal to add CBD to food and dietary supplements, although this rule has not been enforced strictly.
With all this in mind, it’s always best to do your research and consult your doctor when it comes to your CBD consumption. It may even be a better option to find a trusted source for high-quality CBD oil, so you know exactly how pure and how safe the CBD you’re getting is.