CBD Oil

From anxiety to chronic pain, CBD has numerous health benefits associated with it. As a result, CBD has become an increasingly popular remedy to treat common ailments, relieve pain, and reduce anxiety and depression. However, it can be difficult to know where to begin with CBD, especially when it comes to picking which product is right for you. With that in mind, here are a few tips on how to find high quality CBD products.

 

Read reviews

 

Reading product reviews and descriptions online is a great way to help you make more informed decisions about the products you’re planning to buy.

 

By checking reviews for suppliers like CBDistillery, you can check to make sure they offer quality products and undergo quality assurance tests to ensure their plants are safe for consumption. In this case, CBDistillery is reputable — the company aims for complete transparency with their customers, offering third-party lab results as well as a QR code that allows customers to find batch results of specific items.

 

Ask questions

 

If you’re buying a product for the first time in store, don’t be afraid to ask questions. There are a few questions you should be regularly asking if the answers aren’t explicitly stated.

 

First, you should know the method by which the CBD oil was extracted. In order to get just the CBD compound out of the cannabis plant and into the oil, it must be extracted from raw plant material. One method used for extraction is known as the Rick Simpson method, which uses 99 percent ethanol as a solvent. Many DIY’ers face issues evaporating ethanol residue, so it’s best to avoid this method.

 

Another popular method for CBD oil extraction involves using olive or coconut oil to extract cannabinoids from raw plant material. This method is significantly safer than the Rick Simpson method and should be chosen whenever possible.

 

It’s also important to know whether the CBD oil was sourced from industrial hemp, which refers to a variety of cannabis sativa that contains only trace amounts of THC. Unless you’re a medical marijuana patient who can legally purchase from a licensed dispensary, it’s best to stick to CBD that has been sourced from industrial hemp. Typically, labels on products will be able to tell you the source of your CBD.

 

Experiment

 

Now that you know all you need to know about the products, it’s time to experiment with a few different methods of consumption. If you’re looking for fast-acting anxiety or pain relief, vaporizing CBD cannabis is recommended. Vaping allows you to feel the effects of CBD immediately, while tinctures allow you to drop CBD oil directly into your mouth or mix the oil into food.

 

On the other hand, consuming CBD-infused edibles will leave you experiencing the effects of CBD for a prolonged period of time. However, edibles often take longer to kick in. A variety of CBD-infused recipes can be found on sites like Pinterest, or you can add CBD oil to your current favorite recipes. If you’re considering cooking or baking with CBD, start by adding small doses. High doses of CBD are not associated with serious side effects, but CBD oil adds a bitter taste to your food.

 

One popular product is CBD isolate infused softgels. These softgels are completely THC-free, which is ideal if your current job requires you to pass a drug test. CBD isolate softgels allow you to simply take your desired dose and go about your day while feeling the healing effects of CBD.

 

There are a seemingly infinite number of CBD products on the market, so don’t be afraid to experiment with multiple methods, ask questions, and read product reviews to determine what’s best for you.

 

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