Cannabidiol (CBD) has become one of the hottest products on the market today. Those who take CBD, swear by it. They say CBD can help cure many medical mysteries, some even saying that it might help kill Cancer cells.
There are a variety of ways to take Cannabidiol, especially if ingesting. Some people use oils, and some prefer CBD Edibles, while others will try capsules or powders.
According to Foria Wellness, “When CBD is ingested, it passes through the digestive tract, where it’s absorbed into the bloodstream and travels throughout your body.
Time-frame: This is the slowest route for Cannabidiol to reach its targets, but also the longest period of time that it’s active. Peak bloodstream levels are reported anywhere between 1-6 hours. Best for long-term supplementation.”
CBD gummies or edibles are becoming extremely popular because not everyone is a fan of the earthy taste that Cannabidiol often has, and the vitamin like chewy body of the product helps hide that. Think back to when you were a kid. How did your parents get you to take your vitamins? It was either in a chewable or gummy form, often with a flavor that was somewhat enjoyable.
According to Leafly.com, “Flavor isn’t the only selling point for CBD gummies, though. Every Day Optimal also sees gummies as a great way to ensure consumers get the dose of CBD they’re looking for without having to measure out a tincture or guess at how much of a topical they’re applying. And since gummies are so familiar, they make it easy for consumers to keep their CBD consumption subtle, no matter what their reason.”
Another very popular way of taking Cannabidiol is through vaping. This route is a little more expensive as you have to purchase equipment and it also requires a little more time than just popping a gummy in your mouth, but it is popular nonetheless. For this, a Vape Pen or Vaporizer and CBD Vape Oil are required. The effects using this method last for a few hours.
When vaping Cannabidiol oil, you will often feel the effects faster than using an oral tincture or an edible product.
Some hemp plants contain tiny, trace amounts of THC — the primary intoxicating compound in marijuana. However, vaping CBD oil will not get you high, because Cannabidiol is non-psychoactive. Do not worried about getting high, but you should check with a physician before making your decision.