CBD affects everyone differently. Whenever trying a new supplement for the first time start with a low dose, 5mg for example, and increase by 5mg increments until you find the dose that works for you.  There are various ways of taking CBD, here are four of the most popular.

Edible

Edibles are some of the most convenient forms of taking CBD. When consumed in this form anywhere from 6% to 20% of the CBD potency is lost in the digestive system.

Usage: Oral consumption only. Onset may take up to an hour and lasts from 6 to 10 hours. First-time users should start slow with a low dosage.

Products: Beverages, Candies, Honey, Oils, Sauces and Snacks

 

Smokeable

Smoking CBD is another popular way to consume CBD. It easily enters the bloodstream by bypassing the digestive tract and liver. Depending on body composition, certain ratios of CBD to THC can cause a slightly euphoric feeling.

Usage: Oral consumption only. Has an immediate effect and can last 1 to 2 hours. Consume responsibility as excessive usage could potentially have long-term negative effects on the lungs. Not recommended for consumers with asthma and respiratory problems.

Products: Cartridges, E-Juices, Vapes, Loose Flower

 

Sublingual

Sublingual products are the most common method of consuming CBD. Under the tongue absorption into the bloodstream for rapid effect.

Usage: Oral consumption only. Onset takes about 20 mins to an hour and lasts from 6 to 8 hours.

Products: Sublingual Tablets and Tinctures

 

Topical

Topical products are effective for localized relief. Our skin is the largest organ and is very absorbent. CBD-infused topicals target localized CB1 and CB2 receptors rather than entering the bloodstream.

Usage: External use only. Apply to affected area until absorbed and reapply as needed. Onset takes 15 to 30 minutes and can last from 4 to 5 hours.

Products: Balms, Creams, Lotions, Oils, Roll-ons and Salves

 

Consult your physician or health care provider before using any of our products regarding any medical health-related diagnosis or treatments options.