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How To Take CBD Oil

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Due to CBD’s unique ability to integrate with other substances, it has been combined with various oils, incorporated into food products, and formulated into E-Liquid for vaping, appealing to both manufacturers and consumers.

The consensus is that the optimal methods for utilizing CBD oil are inhalation, oral ingestion, and topical application. For each of these modes of taking CBD, a plethora of products is available, each containing varying concentrations and combinations of CBD, cannabinoids, and terpenes.

Inhalation

CBD E-Liquid and CBD Vape Cartridges

Utilizing CBD E-liquids in vaporisers and e-cigarettes is a popular choice. Vaping technology ensures CBD is not combusted, resulting in rapid effects.

CBD E-liquids are particularly favored by ex-smokers or those gradually reducing tobacco intake. Similar to smoking, CBD swiftly enters the bloodstream, and the act of inhalation creates a familiar experience.

Inhalation stands out as the fastest delivery method since it bypasses the digestive system, directly entering the bloodstream via the lungs.

Many CBD e-liquid users enjoy the smoking-like ritual and have switched from carcinogenic smoking to vaping. It’s important to note that CBD E-liquid is nicotine and THC-free, making it a healthier substitute for traditional smoking.

Oral Ingestion

Liquid CBD Oil, Tinctures, and CBD Extracts

CBD oil can be consumed by placing the appropriate number of drops under the tongue and holding for at least 60 seconds to facilitate absorption through blood vessels.

This method also ensures rapid diffusion of CBD into the bloodstream, appreciated for its discretion and absence of inhalation.

While CBD oil drops should not be used in vaporisers, they can be integrated into food or drink items such as coffee, olive oil, smoothies, dips, and more.

CBD Capsules

CBD capsules, ideally taken with food, are considered the most precise approach to controlling CBD dosage and potency. The clear dosage labelling on each capsule allows for accurate milligram-based dosing, in contrast to other methods with less clarity.

Though general guidance suggests one capsule a day, individuals with serious conditions should consult a specialist clinician for precise dosage instructions.

CBD Edibles

Similar to edibles infused with CBD oils, commercially-produced CBD edibles usually take between 30 minutes and 2 hours to take effect. This duration might seem lengthy, but the effects of CBD tend to last longer as well.

CBD edibles are favoured by some due to their discreet consumption and high portability.

CBD Isolates

CBD isolate is a pure, crystalline powder containing 99% pure CBD. As the name implies, all plant matter, including other cannabinoids, is removed from the hemp plant.

CBD isolates can be taken by placing them under the tongue or adding them to drinks or food.

Topical Application

CBD Balms, Oils, Lotions, and Salves

According to research, CBD exhibits anti-inflammatory effects when applied topically. Balms, salves, and lotions infused with CBD do not enter the bloodstream but are effective for treating inflammatory skin conditions and bacterial infections.

While CBD balm might have a slower onset, its enduring benefits make it a valuable choice.

Please note: This blog post reflects historical data predating recent changes in cannabinoid laws, medical cannabis regulations, and some of our best CBD product names, strengths, and formulations. These historical blogs remain as a reference post our website update, but they might contain outdated information. Discover our updated CBD and legal cannabinoid products for the best CBD experience. 

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