Broad spectrum CBD oil is CBD oil that has undergone an additional filtering process to remove the trace amounts of THC that exist in full spectrum CBD.
You’ll often see this noted on the products as *ND-THC, meaning that there are non-detectable amounts of THC in broad spectrum CBD products (and CBD isolate products).
Unlike THC, CBD itself has no psychoactive properties. Meaning no matter how much you take, you are not going to feel high. You may not even notice a huge difference right away.
The effects of CBD are quite subtle. You might notice a slight reduction in anxiety after taking CBD, improved sleep, or fewer aches and pains.
If a Broad Spectrum product is not providing the benefits you are looking for, it may be that you need to increase your dosage or you might want to try a Full Spectrum Product.
Visit this Dosage Calculator for a good starting dosage based on your weight and desired strength. Depending on what your body needs and why you’re taking CBD, your experience will be different from everyone else. You also want to take into consideration other factors like metabolism, height, weight, etc.
Keep in mind that you may need more or less, depending on how you feel and how CBD interacts with your own body.
We can't necessarily say that you can expect to feel anything on the first couple of uses. In most cases, you won't feel the effects right away, although some people do say they feel the effects of CBD right away.
Most people report that it takes some time for your body to process the cannabidiol. For some people, it can take some time, about a couple of weeks to notice the benefits.