How To Take CBD Oil

You’ve finally taken the plunge and are ready to give cannabidiol (CBD) oil a try; after all, everyone else seems to be taking it, so why not?


The next steps are the most challenging part and, to tell you the truth, they are not hard at all.


You have a few things you need to figure out, and you can find the answer by asking yourself a handful of questions.


Why are you taking CBD oil? You know that some of your friends take it as a sleeping aid, others to reduce anxiety, and a couple more use it for reducing inflammation, but why do you want to use CBD? What are you hoping to achieve by using CBD?


The list of potential benefits of CBD seems to be growing every day as research continues, and while most studies on CBD focus on its anti-inflammatory properties, CBD-users have claimed the benefits include the following: 


Reduced anxiety and depression

Epilepsy

Dealing with insomnia and other sleep disorders

Pain and inflammation

Arthritis

Muscle spasms

Reduced stress

Regulating blood pressure


While these benefits have had limited research and require more evidence, as of right now, they are the most commonly mentioned potential benefits of CBD.


What type of CBD oil should I take? Once you’ve figured out your goals, you need to decide what type of CBD product is best for you.


What method is best for you? The selection process is essential because each CBD method works and impacts your body in different ways. 


Some methods of CBD take longer than others. While ingesting CBD via an edible may take up to two hours before you feel the effects, using a more efficient method such as tinctures where you use CBD oil sublingually (under the tongue) absorbs it directly into the bloodstream without going through the liver.


In fact, taking CBD oil sublingually is possibly the healthiest method since, according to a study conducted in 2009, consuming CBD orally leads to a bioavailability rate of 4%-20%. In contrast, sublingual consumption of CBD tinctures offered a much higher bioavailability rate between 12% to 35%.


The experience of using CBD-oil truly comes down to the individual, so in reality, the best method may vary from person to person. From consumption methods to the amount taken, there is no correct answer, but another benefit of using CBD oil is that you can play around with different doses and figure out what works best for you.


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November 19, 2020 — Eli Elias

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