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CBD 101: Use, Benefits, and Safety of CBD

Updated: Apr 3, 2023

Using CBD

Each individual will have a different relationship with the hemp plant and its potential offerings. Your own experience with hemp/CBD will likely be unique. Depending on why each person chooses to incorporate CBD in their health and wellness routine, personal choices will be made regarding that usage. Where do I start? What kind of product is best for me? How much should I take and how frequently? These are all critical questions to explore.

Various factors influence the experience you will have with hemp/CBD. Consumers must become educated about CBD and its healing potential to make informed decisions regarding their personal CBD use and health care. Our knowledgeable team at Hepworth CBD will guide you toward answering these questions and assist you in achieving your desired outcome. You can schedule an in-person or phone consultation by contacting us at or calling 845-207-3003.

Benefits of CBD

Adosh Mehta, Chief Scientist (Hepworth CBD)

Ongoing cannabinoid research suggests that CBD may be used to support the body’s endocannabinoid system to promote general overall wellness and maximize our body’s full potential. Based on individual demographics – age, gender, athleticism/activity level, health status, etc. – hemp/CBD can offer numerous potential benefits to a healthy lifestyle.

Note: Hepworth CBD products are neither reviewed nor approved by the State of New York and have not been analyzed by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

CBD Safety

According to the World Health Organization, “across a number of controlled and open label trials of the potential therapeutic effects of CBD, it is generally well-tolerated, with a good safety profile.”

Some CBD users experience minor side effects such as dry mouth, reduced appetite, drowsiness, and fatigue. People who should avoid specific methods of CBD consumption until additional research is conducted include children, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and people taking other specific drugs, such as blood thinners or blood pressure medications. Under these unique circumstances, you should consult your healthcare practitioner before use.

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