CBD for Children: Cannabidiol Content
CBD creams have become very popular over the past few years. They are used to treat a wide variety of conditions and symptoms, from muscle soreness to anxiety. CBD is derived from cannabis plants that contain high levels of cannabidiols (CBDs). It has no psychoactive effects like THC, so it’s safe for children when they use CBD creams. For parents who want their kids to use CBD cream, there are some important things you should know before doing so:
Do not apply any topical products containing hemp on your child without first speaking with your pediatrician. The effects of CBD are not well understood in children. Speak to your pediatrician before using CBD on any child under the age of 18 years old. Do not apply topical cannabis onto a child without first speaking with your pediatrician about the risks involved when using this product around a baby’s mouth/face.
Always avoid applying a topical product containing hemp near the face or mouth due to risk of inhalation. Only use CBD products with little to no THC. Use creams that contain less than 0.03% of THC, and make sure they are labeled as being safe for children 12 years old or younger.
CBD can be used on any area of the body where there is pain or discomfort – even if your child doesn’t have an injury or illness!
When you do buy CBD oil online, it is important to know how much CBD will be in each dose before buying because some formulas require more doses per day (usually three) while other only need one-time applications. Try to find a product that will last you a few weeks.
When applying CBD to your child, make sure it is rubbed in as well as possible to avoid any buildup on the skin and create an unpleasant texture. Avoid using heavily scented lotions or oils because they may cause irritation for children with sensitive skins. If your child has eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, acne or other skin condition then consult their pediatrician before use – even if they are 12 years old or older!