Have you ever wondered how old you have to be to buy CBD products? Is there an age limit? Read this blog to find out all about CBD and age restrictions.
The CBD industry has become very interesting to many people, from teenagers to the elderly. So today’s question is really important if you want to incorporate CBD into your daily life or give it to your loved ones. Cannabidiol (CBD) is the main cannabinoid in industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa L.). In recent years, there has been increasing interest in the therapeutic potential of CBD. It is a cannabinoid that does not produce psychotropic effects and, even with prolonged use, does not cause significant side effects.
Is CBD legal?
The legal status of CBD products depends on a number of factors, such as the form of the final product, the source of the CBD and finally, the legislation of the country in question.
The latter is changing rapidly. We, therefore, recommend that you keep up to date with the latest developments in the CBD market. For more information on the legal status of CBD, please see this blog.
What are the different types of CBD products that you will be able to learn about?
The CBD market is evolving very quickly, and there are many different, sometimes even strange, products. It is important to choose the right products for you, so we recommend that you consult your doctor about CBD.
Let’s take a look at the most common products made from CBD:
- Cosmetic products containing CBD, such as anti-ageing topical creams and serums.
- Oral hygiene products such as toothpaste and mouthwashes.
- E-liquids with CBD for vaporisation
- Drinks with CBD and other active ingredients
There are many other ways to incorporate CBD into your life, but these are currently the most popular choices.
Is there an age limit for CBD oil, and what age do you have to be to buy CBD?
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the age restriction for CBD only applies when smoked in flower form or vaporised. All other forms of CBD (creams, oils, topical products, edibles, etc.) should not be subject to age restrictions because of their potential medical benefits.
Knowing the legal status of CBD in your country and the different types of CBD products, we still recommend that you consult a doctor if you are considering taking CBD or giving it to your family or children.
In short, if you know the basics and understand the local restrictions, the answer to today’s question is quite simple. All forms of CBD are not subject to age restrictions, with the exception of smoking flowers or CBD for vaporisation. The latter two types of CBD are also the least healthy, which is why we recommend choosing CBD in the form of creams, serums, etc.