While the potential health benefits of CBD have been well documented, not a lot is known about how you should (and more importantly, how you shouldn’t) consume CBD. This is where I come in. I’m going to help you make sense of it all and demystify the many ways you can take CBD. In this post, you will learn about different ways to consume CBD that are safe, easy to use, and useful for people who are looking for ways to incorporate CBD into their daily lives instead of using it occasionally for medical reasons.
CBD is most commonly absorbed into the bloodstream through vaping or smoking. This method can be used for both CBD oil and dry herb, but it’s important to note that the type of CBD you choose will determine the process.
CBD oil can be added to a vaporizer pen and inhaled as a vape juice. CBD vape juice can be purchased in a variety of flavors and is one of the most popular methods for consuming CBD. In contrast, dry herbs are ground up and then burned, creating smoke that is inhaled through a pipe or bong.
How does it work?
When taken by inhalation, cannabinoids enter the bloodstream quickly (about 20 minutes) through the lungs, allowing the user to feel the effects immediately. If you’re using a vape device, make sure it’s compatible with CBD oil. The most common method of vaporizing CBD oil is with a vape pen or vaporizer cartridge used with a low-heat battery.
However, this method is not recommended for those who are new to CBD. It is important to start with a low dose and gradually increase it until you reach your desired effect. By vaping or smoking high doses of CBD, you might end up feeling uncomfortable.
FECO, short for Full Extract Cannabis Oil, is a highly concentrated form of medical marijuana. It contains THC, CBD, and other beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids that are extracted from the cannabis plant using ethanol (alcohol) or CO2 extraction.
This product has a high concentration of THC, which makes it good for treating symptoms of cancer and other serious ailments. FECO is used as an alternative treatment for many different conditions, including pain relief, nausea management, anti-inflammatory properties, cancer treatment, and more.
How do you consume FECO?
Just like with edibles, FECO (full extract cannabis oil) can be a long-lasting medicine that can provide relief for a variety of conditions. However, the FECO dosing process has to be taken very seriously. This is because the dosing process for this form of cannabis oil is much different than other forms of medical marijuana.
In order to properly dose with FECO, patients have to know what they are taking it for. It is also important to note that patients will need to establish their tolerance before they are able to establish an accurate FECO dosing. Patients should never take more than one dose per day until they know how it affects them.
Edibles can be a tasty and fun way to consume CBD. While most edibles are associated with the THC component of cannabis, there is an ever-growing world of CBD edibles that are legal in states where marijuana is illegal. Edibles are available in different shapes, sizes, and flavors. From gummy bears to brownies, you can find just about any treatment to infuse with CBD. But how do they work?
Like other forms of CDB, when you consume edibles, it passes through your digestive system before being absorbed into your bloodstream. Since your liver processes the CBD before it enters the bloodstream, it can take up to two hours for you to feel the effects of the edible.
If you are new to consuming edibles, take caution and start with an average dose of CBD. It’s easy to take too much since they take time to kick in.
Creams and balms are a great way to directly treat certain conditions. For example, if you have a sore back or knee, you can rub the CBD cream or balm right onto that area. Since the ointment is made with a high concentration of CBD, it will give it more time to absorb into your skin. This allows you to feel the effects of CBD faster than simply swallowing it orally.
CBD creams and balms could come in many different forms, such as salves and lotions. They are typically used on the skin or when treating skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis. Sometimes they are even used as a pain reliever for arthritis or muscle pain. Overall, these creams and balms are used for topical benefits. The use of the cream or balm does not normally produce psychoactive effects because of how little is absorbed into the bloodstream from topical use.
So, these were the four ways to consume CBD for your different health and wellness needs. We believe that everyone can enjoy CBD products, regardless of their budget and lifestyle. Take some time to explore the options and find the method that works best for you.