How to use CBD oil – A Guide for Beginners

CBD oil is starting to build a positive reputation, unlike its other relative, THC, which is also a cannabinoid just like CBD but provides psychoactive effects, making you high.
More and more people, including researchers and medical experts, discovered that CBD is entirely safe to use, by both adults and children, because it does not make you high.
The main reason behind its increasing popularity is the fact that CBD has massive benefits.

CBD extracted from hemp and marijuana

If you’re interested in using CBD oil, it is worth knowing that it can be extracted from both the hemp plant and marijuana.
CBD oil extracted from hemp is legal, where if it’s extracted from the marijuana plant it’s only legal if issued by a doctor on prescription otherwise it is not legal. All our products do not exceed the legal amount of THC which is 0.2% in the UK.
When comparing isolated CBD with full spectrum CBD oil,
hemp (cannabis sativa), like marijuana, it offers a full spectrum of cannabinoids such as CBD, CBC, CBN etc.
The main difference is in the THC content.
Of course, depending on the hemp varieties, the cannabinoid content can also be very different.
It can not be denied that THC also has therapeutic uses for specific conditions and can only legally be prescribed by a doctor.

If you know that cannabis is not legal in the country where you live, getting CBD oil extracted from marijuana will get you into trouble.
On the other hand, CBD from hemp is more accessible and you will get the benefits of this particular oil for sure.

How to use CBD Oil?

How to best use CBD oil?
CBD comes in a variety of forms, such as oil, tincture, oil for vaping, sublingual spray, edibles, and topical creams, so you can choose the method that is most suitable for you.
The main idea behind all the methods of using CBD is to make sure that this cannaboid ends up in your system easily.
When it comes to choosing the right method, it depends very much on the optimal dose in your case, the benefits you wish to achieve, and how long you want its effects to last.
There isn’t a general rule when it comes to using CBD.
Most people that use CBD prefer the varieties that are not for smoking, contrary to what people may believe, although vaping is great for getting in your system in a matter of minutes, with effects ranging up to a few hours.
CBD administered orally can produce effects that last longer, a couple of hours plus, but it takes longer for them to kick in, which is somewhere between 10 minutes and an hour or so.
It is a matter of personal preference and desired effect.

What is the best way to take CBD?

▪ You can take CBD in the form of oil, capsules, pre-made edibles, or as it is added to the foods and drinks you consume daily.
▪ You can also use CBD in the form of a tincture, which allows you to put a few drops directly in your mouth, under your tongue, or in your food and drinks. This form is used by many people, as it is a discreet way of taking CBD, even in public spaces.
▪ There is also CBD oil that is specially made for vaping, a method ideal if you want to enjoy the benefits of CBD in a very fast manner.
▪ Vaping CBD does not have the same unwanted side effects as smoking.
▪ If you are not sure if this method is for you, do know that there are disposable vaping pens, with a limited number of uses, just in case you want to try it out before deciding.
▪ Sublingual sprays, just like tinctures, were meant to be used discreetly, by placing the oil under your tongue.
▪ They can be found with a various amount of CBD content, representing a fast and easy way to get the CBD you want.
▪ you can also opt for using topical CBD products, which are made to be used externally, by applying them on the skin.

How much CBD to use in a dose?

This is a question that people have that have never experienced CBD before.
CBD has great benefits in a wide but there is no standard dose As everyone is different and so are our bodies, so you are the only one that can properly adjust the right dose for you, according to the way you feel and how you would like to feel.
You should be taking small doses of CBD and observe what is happening then build up for there.
Instead of taking one big dose, split it into smaller doses throughout the day, taking them as needed.
Keep the same schedule and doses for a few days in a row, to really tell if the plan is working in your case.
If you don’t get the desired results, you can adjust the dose by slightly increasing it, but don’t overdo it, as adjusting it slightly works best.  so you really need to keep an eye on the way it works for you.

Are Isolated CBD products better than whole plant extract CBD oil?
Many people believe that products that contain CBD only are the best, thinking that using just CBD alone is more effective but this is not necessarily the case.
On the other hand, the CBD-rich plant extract is needed in rather small doses to provide Benefits.

Are there any side-effects triggered by CBD?
CBD is an extremely safe substance and will produce some minor side-effects on very rare occasions and only if the dose is too high for a particular patient.
If you are already following a particular treatment, it is recommended to talk with your doctor before starting to use CBD, to avoid any unwanted interactions.



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