CBD is not addictive. But that doesn't mean it's safe to take every day.

CBD is a natural compound that comes from hemp, or the cannabis plant. Like THC, it is a chemical compound that interacts with the endocannabinoid system in our bodies. It can be found in various products like tinctures, oils, and edibles.

Most people take CBD because they want to get high. However, CBD does not get you high. In fact, it has very little THC in its makeup and has no psychoactive effects. This means that if you are looking for a way to get high without actually getting high, CBD may be for you!

But what about the side effects? Can using CBD cause any adverse reactions?

The answer is yes—but these side effects are generally mild and treatable. Here are some of the most common side effects of using CBD:

Dry mouth: This is one of the most common side effects of using CBD because it tends to dry out your mouth because it acts as an antihistamine and anti-inflammatory medication by reducing inflammation throughout your body while also soothing irritated tissues causing pain such as headaches or migraines when applied topically on them directly (not necessarily orally).