Certain dispensaries endorse the efficiency and safety of cannabidiol use for better fertility, and relief from pain during pregnancy. The term ‘fertility’ refers to a person’s ability to have offsprings.
Some people even think about using CBD to be better able to conceive kids. However, health professionals and medical organizations do not suggest using it for the fertility-related purpose. Their justification for the contraindicative stance is simple: there is little research evidence about CBD oil and fertility.
Recently, the FDA warned people that it could be harmful to human health. There is only a single FDA-approved CBD product known as Epidiolex, used for certain epileptic seizures. The federal agency feels that even this CBD drug has the potential to interact with another medication and have a negative effect on male fertility. This is not to say that it is a harmful drug. Rather, it points to a clear lack of evidence that cannabidiol can have a positive effect on human fertility. This is why the FDA states that several significant things regarding CBD are unknown.
Add to this the fact that cannabidiol has potential side effects. These secondary, undesirable effects include diarrhea, dry mouth, lessened appetite, and tiredness.
One of the two main concerns about cannabidiol oil’s use is that the market is unregulated. Therefore, many CBD items turn out to be adulterated and contaminated. Third-party laboratories check the products to find out whether these are contaminated with things such as heavy metals and/or pesticides. In the event the lab tests discover that any of these items are contaminated thus, then the concerned manufacturer would be in trouble. Cannabidiol can interact with standard medicine, like the ones that keeps the human blood from clotting, termed ‘blood thinner’.
These are the main reasons why you must talk to a doctor before purchasing any CBD product with an eye on improving fertility. Every CBD website and seller that is worth their salt clearly state that customers must do this no matter what health condition they plan to use it for. Have you seen any online retailer or ecommerce store stating that the information on their website should not be considered medical advice? The possible reason for it is this: to be free of any consequent liability that may arise from the wrong useage od their products.