CBD Oil: Checkout the Different Ways To Take It

CBD oil or cannabidiol is the latest buzz in the food and wellness industry. Although it has been a hot discussion for quite some time, people are still confused over the right way of taking it.

If you are also seeking the right way to consume this miraculous oil, let us help you. Here, we have described the different ways to take CBD oil. Take a look.

Edibles

The best way to take CBD is by ingesting it directly in the form of yummy treats. You can find an array of CBD edibles, including gummies, mints, truffles, etc.

Edibles are an excellent option for you if you can\’t stand the weedy taste of CBD.

Sublingual products

If you don’t want to take sugar, preservatives, and other additives that come as accompaniments of CBD edibles, consider taking it in the form of sublingual products.

As their name says, sublingual products are meant to be placed under your tongue where they get absorbed. They come in the form of tinctures, oils, sprays, and lozenges.

Sublingual products have the upper hand over edibles because,with them,more CBD reaches your system, and you get the results faster than what you get after the product passes through your digestive tract.

Topicals

As their name says, you need to apply these products to your skin. They are available in the form of balms, lotions, salves, creams, and transdermal patches.

They are a great option if you want to treat a skin condition or localized pain. However, as the skin\’s permeability is poor, try a topical application with a high concentration of CBD to get the desired effect.

Smoking and vaping

Another way to consume CBD oil is by smoking and vaping. Smoke a cannabis flower in a joint or use a cartridge containing CBD oil vaporizer.

A good way to introduce CBD oil into your system is through sugar waxes through a vape pen having a chamber for concentrates.

With smoking and vaping, CBD directly enters your bloodstream, taking effect faster.

The bottom line

CBD oil has a range of health benefits. So consume it in any form you like. But before that, it would be better to consult your healthcare professional regarding the same.

About the Author:

Emily Ledger is a journalism graduate from Sheffield Hallam University, where she specialised in feature and magazine writing. Following graduation she volunteered at local publishing company RMC Media, where she contributed to both content writing and magazine layout design. Emily now works at a Sheffield and London-based digital marketing company, Omni, writing content for a unique news website. The website, The Cannabis Exchange (Canex) is the #1 CBD news website in the UK.

 

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