What are some common misconceptions about THC Gummies?

Common misconceptions about THC gummies (with psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol) are: 1. They’re non-addictive: Regular use of cannabis (including THC gummies) increases your risk of dependency to between 25 and 50%.; 2. It’s safe to drive while taking THC gummies: Studies show that driving while under the influence of THC doubles your risk of being in an accident; and 3. You can’t overdose on THC gummies: While there are no reports of death associated with eating too many THC gummies, they might require a visit to the emergency room due to serious side effects like nausea, vomiting, severe anxiety, short-term psychosis, and paranoia. A popular alternative, full spectrum CBD gummies contain mostly cannabidiol (CBD) and a very small, legal amount of THC. Benefits include better sleep, reduced stress, and improved mood — all without causing impairment, dependency, anxiety, psychosis, or paranoia.

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