Types of CBD Products

Different Types of CBD Products

Cannabis and its beneficial cannabinoids have soothed pains and aches for centuries. But since 2018 brought around legal hemp production, one cannabinoid (CBD) took the spotlight. CBD is just one of the hundreds of helpful compounds found in cannabis. It is so safe to use, the FDA approved two CBD-based drugs to treat epilepsy.

Unlike THC, CBD doesn’t make your head fuzzy. It leaves you clear-headed and able to function regularly. But which CBD product is best suited for you? This guide will help you understand all the different types of CBD products so that you can make an informed choice.

Why is CBD considered so safe?

Due to the legal limbo around cannabis, knowledge about cannabinoids is mostly rumors. So before jumping in and taking a new supplement, it’s always best to do a little research. Here is a trusted resource you can use to increase your know-how about the compound. 

The Endocannabinoid System (ECS)

Responsible for sending messages between cells, the Endocannabinoid system is present in humans as well as animals. This system helps create cannabinoids. Yes, you read that right. Your body has the ability to create cannabinoids.

Let’s assume that you hurt your knee while jogging. The ECS responds by telling cells near the injury to heal the wound and it also sends messages to your body’s support systems to help ease the damaged nerves.

There is a theory that a shortage of cannabinoids leads to chronic conditions. CBD helps with conditions like fibromyalgia by filling in for the missing cannabinoids.

Bioavailability is the percentage of a substance that enters the bloodstream after consumption. CBD products range from edibles to shampoo. Every last one boasts about offering the most intense CBD experience possible. But for some products, it just isn’t true.

As a matter of fact, some types of CBD products aren’t worth buying at all. Their bioavailability is so low, you won’t feel anything. Here are some CBD products and their bioavailability:

  • Topical CBD products – too low to measure
  • Edible CBD products – 6% to 20%
  • Inhaled CBD products – 34% to 56%
  • Sublingual CBD products – 13% to 35%

There are multiple ways to take CBD, but not all of them will suit you. Chronic pain patients who use CBD as part of their treatment shouldn’t rely on edibles. The bioavailability is low and it takes hours for the CBD to work.

CBD comes from any cannabis plant. Some varieties have more CBD, some have less. It’s the same for any cannabinoid, like THC, CBG, and CBC. Legally, the CBD products you find on the shelves cannot contain more than 0.3% THC. To ensure the products remain in regulation, manufacturers source CBD from industrial hemp.

In states with recreational marijuana laws, there are CBD products with higher levels of THC. This is why you must read the label. You also need to know about the different types of CBD products. These include a range of:

  • Full-spectrum CBD
  • Broad-spectrum CBD
  • CBD isolate

Find a reliable CBD source

Trust is important when picking a CBD supplier. That starts with the supplier freely offering information about how they process the CBD. Good CBD products are tested by third-party labs regularly. A trustworthy company will put its test results an easy-to-find location.

The important numbers to find on the test are:

  • Amount of bacteria
  • Amount of pesticides
  • Amount of mold spores
  • Percentage of CBD
  • Percentage of THC
  • Amount of solvents

If the supplier hides their tests or refuses to offer one, shop elsewhere.

Types of CBD Products

The sky is the limit when it comes to the creativity of CBD products. Learn a little more about each types of CBD products to see which one you’ll enjoy.

1. Vapes

Vapes got a bit of a bad rep after shady sellers hit the market. Bad cannabis vape juices include vitamin E and other thickeners. These cause severe breathing problems. Legitimate CBD vape juices are the quickest way to get relief. There’s no mess to deal with. Most sellers even offer pre-measured cartridges that fit onto a vape battery.

Vaped CBD begins to work within 10-25 minutes.

2. CBD Flower

If you don’t trust vape juices, you can always smoke CBD flowers. These flowers are taken straight from the hemp plant and dried. No other processing is necessary. Smoking CBD flowers is just like smoking marijuana. The only exception is that there’s no high after smoking CBD flowers.

CBD Flower

3. CBD Tincture

CBD tinctures are the best for those who don’t want to or can’t smoke. They work almost as quickly as vaping and the effects last twice as long. Tinctures are made by soaking hemp in food-grade alcohol or glycerin. This draws out all of the cannabinoids in hemp.

To use tinctures, place the proper dose under your tongue. Hold it there for at least a minute before swallowing.

4. CBD Oil

CBD oil is made from CBD extracts mixed with any neutral carrier oil. There are different kinds of CBD oil. Usually, the oil used is hemp or olive oil. Because the CBD is already suspended in oil, this makes it perfect for cooking. Add CBD oil to your favorite meals to make taking your supplements more fun.

Tip: Do not overheat your CBD oil because the hotter the oil gets, the less effective it is.

5. CBD Gummies

CBD gummies are by far one of the most popular products. They’re easy to hide and the gummies don’t require you to measure your CBD dose. Most importantly, the sugar hides the bitter CBD taste. All edibles take about 2 hours to take full effect. Be patient when using gummies to take your daily dose of CBD.

CBD Gummies

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