"Cannabidiol is a safe, non-intoxicating, and non-addictive cannabis compound with significant therapeutic attributes, but CBD drug interactions may be problematic in some cases" from- https://www.projectcbd.org/medicine/cbd-drug-interactions/p450 The CP45o Liver Enzyme interaction between many prescribed pharmaceutical 'head meds' and cannabinoids has only been well understood in the last few years, but SKMS staff have been familiar with it's symptoms from client feedback and were interviewed by the New England division of the FDA Consumer Product Safety Commission about occurrence symptoms in 2017. While not known to be fatal or a significant health risk, the listed and known pharmaceutical side effect symptoms, such as vertigo or extreme disorientation, which are occasionally experienced with pharma prescriptions alone, are often increased by the interaction with Cannabinoids, can be very unpleasant and potentially dangerous. Everyone should consult a doctor, and if possible your pharmacist additionally on any potential interactions between prescribed medications, alternative medications and even diet in some cases. In general, benzodiazepines and SSRIs are the key offenders for folks managing symptoms with cannabino while also mistakenly taking an interacting pharmaceutical. idsSudden or rushed Benzodiazepine withdrawal symptoms can be serious, even potentially fatal, but is typically manageable with a stepped reduction of dosage under prescribers guidance. Many clients have reported to us noticing a reduction in overall anxiety levels once clear of daily medication, and found the remainder very manageable with alternative and safer plant medicines, dietary and lifestyle changes. You can learn all about how CP450 interacts with pharmaceutical compounds and plant medicines at the ProjectCBD link below.
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