I guess I’m being particular because although .3% is too small to get you high, it does affect how well the CBD works for some people. My son takes CBD for epilepsy also, and once we mistakenly got a bottle that didn’t have the THC in it and he started having seizures again. In order to be truly informative, I think it’s important to be precise, although I agree that there are a lot of misconceptions and that many people could benefit from CBD.

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