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What are the Benefits of CBD?

If you are suffering from pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia and more, CBD may be able to help. Read on to learn more.

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How can CBD Help Me?

The rise of cannabidiol, or CBD, has been steady over the last 10-15 years. As more research has been done, it has been revealed that CBD actually has a lot of medicinal benefits that could be useful. Most people have always known cannabis to be all THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the psychoactive chemical in cannabis that gets you “high”. However, CBD, which is just one of over 100 compounds that are found in the cannabis plant, is the chemical that doesn’t have any psychedelic effects. Therefore, it can be used for its plethora of health benefits, and more are being discovered all the time. For example, Epidiolex is a CBD drug that was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2018 for epilepsy patients, aged two years and older. CBD is also not on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s list of prohibited chemicals. More and more, athletes have been revealing that they use CBD in order to cope with pain. But CBD has also been proven to benefit people who have anxiety, as well as depression and insomnia.

How Can I Take CBD?

There are a number of ways that people can ingest CBD, and of course, you can roll it in a joint. However, most people prefer other ways of ingesting CBD. There is a good chance that if you’re looking to smoke a joint, you probably want THC instead. Not always, of course, but this is the prevailing theory.

However, there are five definitive ways that you can ingest CBD.

Vapor: Similar to an E-cigarette, CBD vape juice is used with a vaporizer pen and inhaled.

Spray: An oral spray that is ingested through your mouth, similar to how you would use a spray for a sore throat.

Cream/Lotion: CBD oil in the form of a cream or lotion, and this is rubbed on and absorbed through the skin.

Capsule: You can also take CBD orally in capsule form.

Tincture: Tinctures are also taking orally as a dropper is used to put CBD oil under your tongue. However, the concentration of CBD is usually higher in tinctures, so keep this in mind.

There are a number of ways that people can ingest CBD, and of course, you can roll it in a joint. However, most people prefer other ways of ingesting CBD. There is a good chance that if you’re looking to smoke a joint, you probably want THC instead. Not always, of course, but this is the prevailing theory.

However, there are five definitive ways that you can ingest CBD.

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Vapor

Similar to an E-cigarette, CBD vape juice is used with a vaporizer pen and inhaled.

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Spray

An oral spray that is ingested through your mouth, similar to how you would use a spray for a sore throat.

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Cream/Lotion

CBD oil in the form of a cream or lotion, and this is rubbed on and absorbed through the skin.

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You can also smoke CBD

How Can I Take CBD To Help My Health Issues?

There are a number of ways that people can ingest CBD, and of course, you can roll it in a joint. However, most people prefer other ways of ingesting CBD. There is a good chance that if you’re looking to smoke a joint, you probably want THC instead. Not always, of course, but this is the prevailing theory.

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CBD is seemingly everywhere you turn, from online vendors, to CBD retail shops, medical marijuana dispensaries, and even your neighborhood café that now sells CBD-infused coffee. So what’s all the hype about?

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CBD is fast becoming one of the most popular cannabis products on the market. There are a few main reasons for this.

CBD Benefits FAQ

What health issues can CBD help?

CBD can help you out with, but not limited to, anxiety, pain, insomnia, depression and many more health concerns.

How do I ingest CBD?

It is all your personal preferences. However, the most popular ways to ingest CBD oil are through vaporizers, with an oral spray, via capsules, tinctures or creams/lotions.

Will CBD Interfere with other medications?

CBD oil, taken in low dosages, shouldn’t affect your other medications. It has been shown that people can take less than 150 mg per day and still take their normal medications. However, confirm this with your doctor.

What is the best dosage of CBD?

There is no correct dosage of CBD to take. The best advice is to start off low and then increase the dosage as you see if, or stay at the dosage you’re at.

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