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Choosing a CBD Product doesn't Have to be Complicated. Below are the Most Common Methods for Taking CBD.

Tinctures

Tinctures

CBD tinctures are a popular way to take CBD. Tinctures are typically a blend of two different oils: the CBD concentrate and the carrier oil. Most manufacturers will use hemp seed oil as the carrier oil, but olive and coconut oils are also used depending on the flavor profile they want to achieve. You might also see flavored tinctures, such as orange or other citrus flavors. Typical concentrations range from 2 mg to 10 mg per dose.

Softgels & Capsules

Softgels & Capsules

CBD softgels and capsules are the most convenient way to take CBD. The CBD oil is encased or encapsulated in a gelatin or vegetable-based casing. Taking these is as simple as swallowing with water. Unlike tinctures or sprays, there is no strong hemp flavor to contend with. Typical concentrations range from 10 mg to 25 mg per dose.

Sprays

Sprays

CBD sprays are an easy and flexible method for taking CBD. They come in a variety of flavors, which make them a great option for someone just getting started. The most advanced sprays have been formulated to atomize the CBD, which increases the bioavailability. Typical concentrations range from 5 mg to 15 mg per dose.

Concentrates

Concentrates

CBD concentrates provide one of the strongest and purest doses of CBD on the market. They are usually a paste or gel-like material that can then be taken sublingually. CBD concentrates are made by extracting the CBD from the plant and then packaging immediately for freshness. There are different types of concentrates, but the main difference is the amount of processing or heating performed during the extraction process. This minimal processing means that the concentrates all have a robust and earthy flavor. Typical concentrations range from 5 mg to 10 mg per dose

Topicals
Topicals

CBD topicals encompass a wide range of products, such as lotions, oils, salves, and even lip balms. The primary benefit of CBD topicals is that they can be applied directly to an affected area. However, that benefit also means that it doesn’t cycle through your body the same way an orally ingested CBD would. As a result, you might not feel the whole-body uplift that other CBD supplements provide.

Edibles
Edibles

CBD edibles are CBD infused food products. They are typically products that have intense flavors, such as dark chocolates, and are a perfect option for anyone who wants to use CBD occasionally and who doesn’t like the earthy flavor of the oil. CBD edibles come in a variety of products, from soft chews to chocolates. They are a perfect option for anyone who wants to be discreet in their CBD use or who is just entering the world of CBD. Typical concentrations range from 5 mg to 25 mg per dose.

Pets
Pets

Just like you, your pets have an endocannabinoid system and supplementing their diet with CBD can have positive effects on their health and demeanor. Pet-specific CBD products range from tincture, chews and treats. Typical concentrations range from 5 mg to 10 mg per dose, depending on your pets size.