You’ve done your research and you’re going to start to take CBD, how exactly do you go about adopting it into your daily routine. Read on to find out how.
We all know what CBD is by this point. If you are still asking “what is CBD?” then we’re asking “Where is the rock you have been hiding under?”
But to find out more then check out the following article which covers that in detail.
With the evolution of the global cannabis market, there are now more ways than ever to supplement CBD into your diet and make it as part of your daily routine. In fact, there are that many different products and methods it can all get a bit confusing.
From traditional tinctures, topicals, edibles, drinks, vapes all the way to patches and even dabbing of CBD. There is a method for everybody the question is, what is best for you?
Most Popular Ways to Take CBD
Below we outline three popular methods of consumption providing efficient and easy ways to start taking Cannabidiol (CBD) products.
Oils & Tinctures
CBD oils are the number one way to consume CBD. Drops are taken sublingually under the tongue three times a day and up-titrate an additional drop each week until you find your optimal level.
This way is the most effective way for the body to absorb the CBD into your system. Oils are readily available and an excellent starting point. It’s also a good idea to monitor your CBD intake and with oils, it’s easy to monitor and track.
- Absorbed quickly
- Simple and easy to slot into any routine
- Small and easy to transport
- Easy to control and alter dosages
Ointments or salves
Ointments are meant for use directly on the skin. This is your option if you intend to use cannabidiol for a skin condition. Great for localizing the areas you are applying the CBD. All you do is simply rub in the ointment when required. Generally, CBD ointment is specially formulated for maximum bio-availability through the skin. It can contain additional ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, shea butter, arnica, beeswax, coconut oil and of course hemp oil highly concentrated with cannabidiol and omegas 3&6.
- For use directly onto the skin
- Localize to affected areas
- Easy to transport
- Smells nice
If you like to kick back and put your feet up, then teas are the way to go. If you’re already a tea drinker, then your problems are solved. Just boil up that kettle and use some CBD tea bags in place of your normal tea, it’s as simple as that.
If you can’t stomach taking oils sublingually then this is a great alternative.
- Easy to consume
- Great tasting
- Enjoyable and sociable
Supplementing CBD into your daily life, schedule, routine, whatever term you want to use is easy. People across the world already take CBD as a daily supplement for the endocannabinoid system. Our products provide a gentle activation of your endocannabinoid system.
Whether you want to dive right in and start using oils or you want to dip your toes into some tea, (not literally), there is a wide enough range of products and intake methods that would suit any tastes or preferences.