When considering different cannabinoid products that aim to alleviate the symptoms of seizures, the amount of CBD and other cannabinoid ingredients in the product should be reviewed. The amount of the cannabinoid that is consumed may directly affect the experience you have.
CBD and THC are just some of the cannabis plant’s active cannabinoids. When selecting products for specific conditions such as seizures, it is important to consider the type of the cannabinoid for each consumption method you are choosing and review that content carefully for the effect you would like to achieve.
There are many options to consider for your consumption method experience, including but not limited to, tinctures, pills, edibles or vapes. The type of consumption method may have an effect on the experience you have. This is in regard to the timing of the onset and the duration of the desired effect. It is important to review the consumption method and the outcome you would like to achieve when deciding on products for specific conditions, such as seizures.
When considering CBD and marijuana products for seizures, it is important to review the type of terpene in the product. Typically, there is a dominant terpene in a product and it may contain numerous others. Different terpenes can change the effect of a product beyond their consequence on aroma and taste.
Because everyone’s physiology and endocannabinoid system (the system that controls the function of brain, endocrine, and immune tissues) is different, the effects of CBD and marijuana products used for different conditions like seizures, are highly individualized. Consideration is taken that the experience with a product will depend on many personal factors, such as previous experiences, age, gender, and overall health.