ProFusion products are produced using a technology that completely removes THC while leaving the other cannabinoids and terpenes intact. There is zero chance of ProFusion CBD + Wellness products causing a high.
There is a lot of confusion on this issue. Hemp extract is considered a food product and is therefore 100% legal, just like peppermint extract or vanilla extract. The confusion is mainly caused by ignorance of the fact that marijuana and hemp are not the same plant. The 2018 Farm Bill, expands and defines the legal status of hemp, allowing hemp businesses to flourish without fear of federal intervention.
Professional lab drug tests do not test for CBD. CBD properly produced from legal hemp cannot produce a false positive for THC use. However, at-home drug tests may produce a false positive because they are simply not as accurate or sophisticated as lab tests. Because CBD's popularity has risen only recently, companies did not design these tests to differentiate between cannabinoids. They test related compounds within a qualitative window instead of just testing for THC.
If you are required to undergo drug screenings by your employer, you need to be fully aware of the contents of your CBD oil. Don't use CBD oil made from marijuana. You have no way of knowing that the product is THC-free unless you have a lab at home. In fact, we don't recommend using any CBD product that does not specify that the product is completely THC-free, meaning all THC has been removed.
While pharmaceutical drugs are often developed to target particular bodily systems and provide particular effects, Mother Nature is not always so exacting. The effects of organic compounds can be many and can vary from person to person. Oftentimes herbal compounds can have both desired effects and unwanted effects. We call these unwanted effects adverse side effects.
In order to determine if an effect is an adverse side effect, you need to know what the desired effects are. The effects which are desired by one user may not be desired by another user.
Let's look at an example of how CBD might work differently for different people. Some people take CBD oil in order to help them regulate their metabolism and lose weight. Some users claim that this works like a charm, while others claim that CBD actually increases their appetite. If you're trying to lose weight, an increase in appetite would be considered an unwanted side effect. On the other hand, if you're trying to gain weight, an increase in appetite is a desired effect.
Yes, CBD is safe for pets. However, the size and activity level of your pet will determine the optimal dosage. Some pets are pretty much sedentary and don't get much exercise, while others are highly active and have a much higher metabolism. It's a good idea to talk with a veterinarian who is familiar with CBD's medicinal uses before you give your pet CBD oil.