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May 25, 2019
Now, you may know of the benefits of cannabidiol (CBD) and what it can do for your health. Finding the right CBD-infused product is the next challenge. Although looking at the product’s label is fine, it is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of the different ways of using CBD.
There are four main methods of using CBD:
You can choose to use CBD lotions to give you relief from discomfort like muscle soreness, joint pains, and skin problems. CBD-infused skincare is an easy way to incorporate the benefits as a topical product.
Sublingual (Under the tongue)
CBD tinctures usually come in a bottle with a dropper cap. You can use the product sublingually by placing a few drops under the tongue and holding it for about 30 seconds. Swallow the rest of the solution afterward. This is a convenient and effective way of using CBD.
Edibles/Food infused with CBD
CBD is versatile as it can be added to any food or drink. It's an easy way to consume both your food and CBD at the same time. CBD edibles don't have any psychoactive effects. If you enjoy making treats and dishes, you can add CBD to your butter or pasta.Take note that ingesting CBD as an edible may take a while before it kicks in. Also, be careful about eating too much and wait for about 2-4 hours before consuming more.
Smoking or Vaping (Inhalation)
Breathing in the vaporized CBD is one of the fastest ways to experience the effect. This is because it does not go through the digestive system and is absorbed into the blood stream straight from the lungs.
Smoking CBD oil
Smoking CBD oil is possible by using special equipment known as an oil rig. It's like a water pipe, and it works by heating the nail or chamber where the CBD oil concentrate is present. Igniting the device produces the smoke you inhale.
Vaping CBD oil
Vaping is getting popular as an alternative to smoking. It requires you to have a vaporizer pen that runs on a battery to help turn CBD oil into vapor.
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