CBD is considered “generally well-tolerated with a good safety profile” according to a 2018 World Health Organization report.
Companies in the CBD industry often lack quality control and don’t know their sources.
This is why getting your CBD from a trusted source with high quality control is important.
Can You Overdose on CBD?
If you’re nervous about the risk of overdosing on CBD, you can rest easy! According to the National Cancer Institute, cannabinoid receptors are not located in the areas of the brainstem that regulate breathing, so CBD does not cause fatal overdoses. That should assuage any concerns you may have about potential overdoses from CBD.
Every state also has its own laws and regulations,
PLEASE educate yourself on your state’s regulations prior to purchasing CBD;
you are responsible for transportation and understanding your states’ laws.
This includes shipping regulations; Nature’s Ultra may not ship to all states.
Young Living will move as quickly as the law will allow.
If we get ahead of the law, there is risk that we will have the product pulled, and then no-one can benefit.
What is the return policy for the product?
See Nature’s Ultra return policy. For more information, Nature’s Ultra
We recommend taking your CBD Oil at least once a day, for 30 days, before evaluating your results.