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WCI Health FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

CBD Questions

Can I drive a car or heavy machinery while using your products?
CBD is non-intoxicating, and in general there are no official warnings about operating motor vehicles while taking CBD supplements. However, some consumers have reported mild sedative effects particularly from higher serving sizes or from multiple servings. It is always wise to discuss supplements you take with your physician or health care provider.
Will I get “high” if I use Hemp oil or CBD oil?
No. The cannabis plant is made up of two major players: CBD and THC. Important to note that CBD is one of the non-intoxicating cannabinoids of the plant, so you shouldn’t feel high. All WCI HEALTH products are 3rd-party tested to ensure they are below 0.3% THC—the maximum allowed under federal law for hemp products. With such low levels of THC, you should not experience any “high.”
Can I take more than one capsule a day?
It can be tough to figure out how much CBD you should take and there are no official recommended serving sizes. It is always wise to discuss supplements you take with your physician or health care provider. Different people respond to different amounts of CBD depending on individual body weight, body chemistry, and the concentration of CBD in each tablet, capsule, drop, or gummy. There’s still a lot about CBD that we don’t know! As the cannabis industry grows, researchers will likely conduct additional studies. It is crucial that more research is done so that we can more accurately define not only what CBD does, but also the ideal potency and the amount we should ingest to properly support our endocannabinoid system.
Is it safe?
While more research needs to be done on this relatively new supplement, cannabidiol (CBD) is generally considered safe. CBD is a popular supplement used to support overall health and wellness. Because it contains less than 0.3% THC, CBD is an appealing option for those seeking relief for occasional stress and support for healthy sleep.
Can I overdose on CBD?
In short, no. You can’t overdose on CBD. CBD is not addictive, which adds to the unlikelihood of overdose. Some have reported feeling tired from higher milligram servings or multiple servings.
How much CBD should I use?
Every individual’s physiological makeup is different—for some, a very small amount of CBD will be effective. For others, a full serving may be more beneficial. To start, stick to our recommended usage (located on every HempFusion product) and pay close attention to how your body feels.
How long does CBD take to work?
Everyone is different, but we’ve found that in general results can be seen anywhere from a few hours to 6 weeks. Consistency is key to achieving your desired results.
Is it safe to take CBD with my other medications?
Always speak to your doctor before adding a new supplement such as CBD to your daily regimen, particularly if you take medications. CBD could interfere with these and cause unwanted effects.
Are there any side effects from taking CBD products?

CBD oil is considered safe to take, but the research is relatively new and more needs to be done to understand how the human body interacts with cannabidiol. There may be risks and side effects that we don’t yet know about. As with any supplement, we recommend speaking to your doctor before ingesting CBD products.

*There may be additional side effects not covered in the WCI Health FAQ.

Will larger amounts of CBD generate better results when I take more than the recommended dose?
“More is better” isn’t always a wise idea. There’s still so much we don’t understand about CBD and different bodies respond to cannabinoids in different ways. Start with the recommended serving size and see how you feel! The goal should be to find what works for you personally.
Will this product make me fail a drug test?

All WCI HEALTH products are 3rd party tested to ensure that only trace amounts, or no detectable amounts of THC are present in the hemp extract, therefore it is extremely unlikely that you will fail a THC test. However, it is a risk and therefore it is a good idea to discuss with your employer or whomever beforehand and explain that you are considering taking Hemp Oil or CBD oil. The consumption of certain hemp products, such as this one, may lead to a positive drug test for (THC), as THC is inherently present in trace amounts in hemp plants. We test our products to for THC levels; however, sensitivities of drug testing methodologies may vary.

If you have questions that are not covered in the WCI Health FAQ, please contact us.