CBD Consumption Guide

CBD is a versatile substance that is being sold and consumed in many different forms, from skin patches all the way to tinctures and gummy bears. But what are the differences between the methods of CBD consumption, and which one of them is right for you? This guide is going to answer these questions by taking a look at the three ways CBD is commonly utilized.

1 – CBD on the skin

Cannabidiol has a wide range of health benefits; one of them is its anti-inflammatory properties. These make the substance valuable for both cosmetic and medical treatments.

CBD patches are often used by athletes and people dealing with chronic pain. Applying the substance directly to the affected area is one of the most effective methods of treatment, and medical patches are a convenient way to apply CBD to the skin. CBD oil may also be used directly on the skin for its anti-inflammatory effects.Meanwhile, plenty of cosmetic lines have started adding CBD to their creams, salves, and oils. Those too can help reduce inflammation on the skin, in this case focusing on clearing away acne and red spots.

2 – CBD in your lungs

There are two main ways to get CBD into your lungs: by smoking high CBD strains of marijuana, and by vaping CBD oil.
One of the most popular strains of high CBD marijuana is Charlotte’s Web, named after a famous patient that suffered from chronic seizures and was treated with the strand. Charlotte’s has a 27:1 CBD to THC ratio, and it’s known to improve mood, focus, appetite, and — of course — reduce the frequency and intensity seizures.

Vaping CBD, on the other hand, is as straightforward as it sounds: you just vape CBD oil. The biggest question here is whether you’ll want to go with full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or isolate. The first two contain CBD mixed with other cannabis byproducts, and the last one is pure CBD.

Compared to other methods of consumption, smoking and vaping CBD are two of the fastest ways to feel the results of the drug. That’s because your lungs offer the substance direct access to your bloodstream.

3 – CBD in your mouth

Oral ingestion is where CBD products truly get creative. Here you will find everything from tinctures to CBD gummies.
Gummies are a long-time favorite for people who enjoy all sorts of cannabis products. The recipe for CBD gummies is simple enough that you can make them yourself within an hour (and then they take a few hours to cool down), and they often sell for friendly prices online.

For your money, CBD gummies will give you a portable, convenient, and discreet way to consume the substance. They are also reasonably easy to dose on the fly: don’t want a full dose? Just eat half a gummy, no liquid dropper or pill cutting required.

Many other CBD edibles can be made by simply infusing the food with CBD oils or tinctures. Which is why you can find CBD in pizzas, jam, bread, brownies, chicken, and whatever other food you can imagine.

Of all the items in this list, CBD edibles take the longest to cause effects on people who consume them. Because the food has to be digested for the CBD to enter the bloodstream, the effects can take anywhere between 15 minutes and 2 hours to hit you, depending on the speed of your metabolism, what food you consumed, and the contents of your stomach at the time.
On the flip side, since digestion is a slow process, some edibles will effectively continue to dose you as they get digested, allowing for the calming effects of CBD to last much longer.

You can also find CBD in drinks and desserts, including CBD coffee, tea, and ice-cream. The latter three work similarly to regular edibles, but since liquids are easier to absorb, their effects are felt faster.

Finally, placing CBD oil under your tongue is one of the fastest ways to feel the effects of the substance, as the mucous membrane will send the substance straight into your bloodstream.

Now to recapitulate: you should use CBD on your skin for pain, inflammation, and cosmetic treatments. You should smoke, vape, or place the CBD under your tongue if you want to feel the effects of the substance faster. And you should eat or drink CBD if you are not in a rush or want the positive effects to last longer.

Want to keep learning? You can read more about CBD and other cannabis-related topics by visiting Cannaconnection.de.

Kimberly Liler

Editor at DailyGreenDeals
I'm glad to have DailyGreenDeals as a creative space where I can write about anything cannabis related. With over 7 years of experience within the industry, I'm happy to share my knowledge here.

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