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Should parents use CBD oil on their kids?

Parents are trying CBD oil on their kids and are noticing the results. CBD oil is derived from cannabis but parents are discovering the liquid has helped their kids manage symptoms of Autism and seizure disorders. The oil does not offer the same effects as recreational marijuana and can be ingested through the mouth or mixed in a cream for the body. But the oil can be pricey and parents should consult with their child's doctor before introducing them to it. Would you try CBD oil?

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According to Parents, CBD oil has helped parents whose children suffer from various illnesses and will not leave your child feeling "high."

First things first: Though it's derived from cannabis, CBD oil is not the same as recreational marijuana (or medical marijuana) and doesn't contain meaningful amounts of THC, the compound in marijuana that produces a "high". The oil, which is not physically addictive, is typically taken as a liquid under the tongue, via gel capsule, or as a cream. It can also be mixed with food.
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So far, research on CBD oil is limited. Experts suggest you consult with your child's doctor before trying it. Janice Bissex, a registered dietitian who became a Holistic Cannabis Practitioner, spoke to Parents about the best way to go about speaking to a professional about CBD oil.

If you're wondering whether it could help your child, find someone knowledgeable to consult. "I typically advise people to check with their child's doctor," says Bissex, noting that in some cases, the oil may interact with certain medications. "But there are many doctors who are not educated in the use of CBD for various conditions in kids so you may need to broaden your search." 

CBD oil can also get a little pricey. Parents warn moms and dads about the cost. 

Keep in mind that CBD oil can be pricey because of the cost in growing the plants and extracting the oil. The FDA doesn't regulate CBD oil, so it's buyer beware.
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