Over the last decade CBD has gained in popularity. Not only because of its many therapeutic benefits, but also because it can be used in so many different digestive products. Ranging from edibles and oils to tinctures and vaping juice, manufacturers have infused all kinds of things with CBD.
What kind of products can you choose from? Let’s take a closer look at your options.
When you purchase a cannabidiol oil product, you will receive many benefits. Not only is it easy to digest, by adding a few drops to your tea or under your tongue, it also stays in your system up to 24 hours.
There are three types of oils: CBD isolates, full-spectrum, and broad-spectrum. Depending on your specific needs, you can choose either one. The type will determine how much cannabidiol content it has, as well as other ingredients within the product. Here is a short guide to what you will find in each:
– Isolate – Contains only cannabidiol
– Broad-spectrum – Contains cannabidiol, and other cannabinoids found within the plant
– Full-spectrum – contains cannabidiol, THC, and other cannabinoids
Learn more about the ongoing studies of CBD oil here: https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/cannabidiol-cbd-what-we-know-and-what-we-dont-2018082414476.
Vaping has taken over the world and has become many smoker’s preference. Using your own vaping device, you can purchase CBD-infused vape juice from credible dispensaries. This doesn’t mean you’ll have a cannabis-smell and aroma smoking experience, though.
Manufacturers have created a wide variety of flavors and tastes, just like you would find in any other vaping juice. Smokers can choose between flavors like passionfruit, lychee, cranberry, lemon, orange, blackcurrant, and honey, amongst many others.
This is a great way to digest CBD since vaping absorbs the compound much quicker into the bloodstream. Which ultimately results in a faster efficiency.
Honey sticks have become quite popular because they are compact little holders that can contain up to 100mg of CBD. You can either insert it into a cup of tea or coffee as a sweetener or suck on it as a snack.
Most dispensaries sell it as a 10 pack. It’s best to find manufacturers that use 100% organic honey that are infused with CBD to ensure it is of good quality.
Just like you would take a vitamin supplement in the morning, you can now take a CBD capsule. Capsules come in different strengths and depending on your personal needs, you’ll buy accordingly.
Each capsule can contain between 300 milligrams to 3000 milligrams. They are usually sold in a bottle of 30, that is enough to last a month. Companies like Cheef Botanicals even have bundle and wholesale prices available for those who want to purchase in advance.
Gummies have also risen in popularity because of its taste. Created to be all vegan, CBD gummies can also come in a bottle of 30. Dosage should be one gummy per day. Their cannabidiol content ranges between 25 milligrams to 100 milligrams each.
Just like other edibles, gummies do take some time to get into your system. It has to go through the digestive system first. After being absorbed through the stomach or digestive tract it will be in the system between 18-24 hours.
For the real cannabis experience, consumers can purchase dried hemp flower. They can be rolled up into cigarettes or be used in cooking or making home-made oils.
The great thing about hemp flower is that it comes in a variation of strains which gives the smoker the same dank taste of the cannabis plant. It is worth mentioning that the hemp flower is filled with CBD and not THC. THC is found mainly within the marijuana plant flower, only very small traces of THC is found within the hemp flower.
Different strains available from credible manufacturers can include:
– Silver Haze
– OG Kush
– Gorilla Glue
– Cherry Wine
– Northern Lights
– John Snow
– Suzy Q
– Grape Soda
– Golden Sour
– Bubba Kush
– And many more
Concentrates can be vaporized, dissolved, or eaten. It is the purest form of CBD and comes in the form of a white powder. Users can create their own edibles, oils, and topicals by using concentrates. This product is mainly for experimentation and not really for every day consumption. Regardless, if you are a religious cannabidiol user, then concentrates might just be your next best thing.
Other isolate products include:
– Wax – usually extracted from hemp using the CO2 method and can be smoked or vaporized
– Distillate – Contains no THC and is up to 90.56% pure cannabidiol. It can be smoked or vaporized
– Terpenes – Same as wax, it is up to 99% pure CBG/CBD wax and can be smoked or vaporized
Other products that can be purchased from dispensaries include cannabidiol products for pets that include oils and treats. These products hold great benefits for humans and animals like. Animals like dogs, horses, and cats can experience many benefits. Want to know what the benefits of CBD products are? Check out this article.
Your choice in product will most definitely depend on the kind of digestion method you prefer. Whether you like smoking, stirring in a drop of oil into your tea, eating edibles, rubbing on a lotion, or smoking the dried-out flower – you will experience the benefits of cannabidiol in each of them.