When I talked to my psychologist about using CBD to help me sleep, he thought it was a good idea.
The only thing he warned me about was purchasing CBD on the internet.
He told me that if I was sure I wanted to use CBD, I should only buy it at a marijuana dispensary, or in the pharmacy. I thought this sounded strange, but I didn’t question him. He was the doctor. Instead of asking where I should buy the CBD, I asked if there was any special type of CBD I should purchase. He told me that when I went to the dispensary or pharmacy, I should tell them about my ADHD and ask them that question. The next day, I went to the marijuana dispensary and asked about the CBD. The pharmacist gave me some suggestions, but I wasn’t sure about the cost. I said I wanted to go home and think about it before I made a purchase. After leaving the pharmacy, I went directly to the marijuana dispensary. I told them about my ADHD and asked which CBD would be best for me. He recommended some of the same CBD products the pharmacist had talked about, along with a few the pharmacy didn’t have. The prices were comparable, so I asked more questions about those products not available in the pharmacy. We must have chatted back and forth for half an hour before I told him what I wanted to take home with me. I was pleased with the answers I received and I was sure my CBD products were going to help.