CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of several naturally occurring phytocannabinoids found in cannabis. Sourced primarily from the flowers and leaves of the plant, CBD is one of 80+ phyto- cannabinoids that is found in the Cannabis sativa species that includes both the hemp and marijuana plant. CBD is the most abundant cannabinoid found in hemp and the second-most abundant cannabinoid found in marijuana (after THC) and contains several therapeutic benefits. Unlike THC, however, CBD is non-psychoactive.
CBD affects each person differently. Everyone has different needs, and CBD works in harmony with your own endocannabinoid system to provide balance to whatever it is you need personally. That being said, everyone will have a different response when taking CBD. That being said, the effects of CBD will be personalized to meet your individual needs. Some might feel less anxious and more relaxed, while others feel a heightened sense of focus and concentration. How will CBD make you feel? It all depends on what your body needs.
The short answer to this question is no. CBD is considered non-psychoactive, which means it will not get you high. That being said, CBD can have an effect on your mental state. Many people that use CBD have reported increased feelings of relaxation, focus, clarity, or alertness. But as far as getting you “high” like THC does, CBD simply doesn’t do it.