Full-spectrum CBD gummies contain all the compounds found in the cannabis plant, including THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), but only in trace amounts (up to 0.3% by dry weight). This level of THC is generally considered too low to produce the "high" typically associated with Cannabis use.
However, the response to THC, even in small amounts, can vary from person to person. Some individuals may be more sensitive to THC and might experience mild psychoactive effects. For most people, though, the amount of THC in full-spectrum CBD products is not enough to induce a high.
It's also important to consider that the presence of other compounds in full-spectrum CBD, like terpenes and other cannabinoids, may contribute to what's known as the "entourage effect." This effect suggests that these compounds work together synergistically, potentially enhancing the overall benefits of the CBD without producing intoxication.
In summary, while full-spectrum CBD gummies contain THC, the amount is typically too low to get you high. However, individual responses can vary, and it's always a good idea to start with a low dose to see how your body reacts, especially if you are sensitive to THC or have concerns about its effects.