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Do you get hungry at work, and perhaps a little grouchy? Does your belly growl just before bed? If so, it is time to rely on an all-natural snack that won’t hurt your diet. What you want is JustCBD sugar free gummies. After all, they are quick and easy to consume CBD edible gummies without all the calories.
Every sugar free CBD gummy that JustCBD stocks is soft, chewy, and the perfect way to enjoy CBD. At the same time, there are several benefits of CBD sugar free gummies on the market, as they are completely natural and safe for your daily routine. For instance, all of our JustCBD gummy bears come from industrial hemp, rather than THC found in marijuana. That means a user never has to worry about experiencing an unwanted euphoric high.
The short answer is no. Many people are hesitant to try CBD because of the reputation of cannabis. The cannabinoid responsible for the intoxicating properties of the cannabis plant is THC, which is not present in our CBD products as it comes from a different type of plant. In fact, to be legally sold under federal law, CBD products must contain less than 0.3% THC. Although CBD does have some mild psychoactive effects, they are reactions that lead to reduced anxiety and feelings of relaxation.
Instead of sugar, we use a natural sugar alcohol called Maltitol. This substance is derived from certain fruits and closely mimics the same sweetness of sugar with none of the negative health properties and fewer calories. Diabetics should be aware that although it is not sugar, maltitol is still a carbohydrate.
The general rule for consuming CBD is 1-6mg for every 10 pounds of body weight per day. Our CBD gummies contain about 10 to 12mg of CBD each, which would translate to two to three gummy bears as a starting point for someone weighing 200 pounds. As you continue to take CBD and your body gets accustomed to the new supplement, you can gradually build up the dosage.
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