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VIDEO – 6 Different Ways to take CBD Products
You have probably heard of CBD Oil, or perhaps even seen someone take CBD from a bottle with a dropper. But did you know that there is a large variety of ways to take your dosage of CBD? In this article, you will learn about 6 different, perhaps new ways to take CBD.
The Real CBD is a European CBD distributor that offers a multitude of different CBD products. As a result, we get a lot of questions about the ideal dosage, and ways to take CBD. That inspired us to create this article.
Different ways to take CBD
How CBD is consumed depends on the method of administration. Whether it is swallowed, inhaled, taken under the tongue, or applied to the skin plays an important role when we talk about the absorption of the active substance(s). Sometimes, the way you consume CBD can have a direct impact on the level of effectiveness of the cannabidiol into your blood.
1. How to Take CBD Oil
Before going into more detail about less-known methods, let us start with a short explanation about how to take CBD Oil, to refresh your memory.i Before moving on to the next topic, skincare, we have an additional tip for people using CBD for skin problems.
1.2 Mix CBD oil with regular lotions
According to many studies, CBD is a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. This can be fantastic for the skin. It’s a good idea to mix some CBD powder with the body lotion you always use. You can do this by mixing the desired dose of CBD with a lotion of your choice. Stir it well and then apply it to the skin.
Please note that lotions with a high-fat content make it more difficult for the CBD to penetrate the skin properly. It is therefore wise to mix only a small amount of lotion with the CBD and then apply it to a small piece of skin as a test. The lotion should be absorbed quickly by the skin and easily mixed with the CBD. If this is not the case, try another lotion with lower fat content. Alternatively, you can take a look at our range of CBD creams. So you can start taking care of your skin today with the benefits of CBD.
2.1 CBD Skincare – How to apply Balm and other topicals
CBD applied directly to the skin will not reach the circulatory system, but it can still be preserved through the skin surface and thus bind with the cannabinoid receptors present. In fact, the skin is an incredibly active and useful organ that serves as a helpful atomic vehicle and absorbs the oils full of lipids. For example, the oils used in CBD ointments.i How does CBD work when it is applied to the skin at the cellular level?
When you apply CBD ointment/balm to the skin, the lipids that the oil contains and that the cannabinoids transfer will be transported through all skin layers. Shortly after that, the CBD can help to heal and recover by covering the cell and connective tissue layers. Therefore, ointments are the best method to treat skin conditions such as dermatitis and psoriasis, because you can apply the product directly to the affected area and tackle the pain at the source.
2.2 Pain patches
The topical delivery of CBD bypasses the digestive process for the undiluted absorption of cannabinoids directly into the bloodstream. You get fast-acting effects with constant long-term relief. Each patch has 8mg of concentrated CBD. Packed with natural ingredients to give you extra health benefits and quick pain relief.
2.3 CBD Bentonite Clay Masks
A nourishing, moisturizing and caring mask. It helps to produce collagen and elastin and stimulates cell renewal. Add a small amount of water or apple cider vinegar to approx. 10gr of Clay powder. Mix it well (never use a metal spoon) until you have a smooth paste that is easy to apply to the face or area to be treated. Leave it to dry for 10-20 min and wash off with warm water. Apply moisturizer when the skin is dry. Use a maximum of 2 masks a week – more could have the opposite effect. If you want more recipes for various skin conditions please click here.
3. How to take E-Liquid
For many people with chronic pain or other medical conditions, vaping, also known as electronic smoking/e-smoking, with CBD e-liquid could provide rapid pain relief.
Unfortunately, there is not always accurate/enough information available about the product. So if you are interested in vaping CBD but you don’t know where to start…then you have come to the right place.
CBD e-liquid is almost the same as regular e-liquids, in the sense that they are both used as a liquid filling in an e-cigarette. In contrast to normal e-liquids, CBD adds cannabidiol instead of nicotine, which prevents it from being addictive. Usually, you inhale CBD e-liquid once or twice a day with a few touches at a time. After each pull, you take a short break of a few minutes.
Mixing with other e-liquids is not recommended because the dosage will be affected.
4. How to take edibles
Think of gummi bears or even popcorn that is enriched with CBD extract. The Real CBD offers CBD candy in the form of lollipops. Next to the lolly’s, we have our patented CBD Powder Capsules, which can be taken directly orally or can be opened and used in drinks and even food. Jump to the next chapter to learn more!
5. How to take CBD Powder
This is a good alternative for people who do not like the taste of regular CBD oil but also have difficulty swallowing pills and capsules. Simply open The Real CBD’s powder capsule (zero taste, zero smell!), supply its content into a blender as you make a smoothie, protein shake, or other drink. We strongly recommend CBD smoothies and shakes for busy people who are often on the road. If you don’t have time to make them at home, you can even add it to already purchased shake and then mix it. It couldn’t be simpler. Our CBD Powder can also be mixed in hot/cold drinks, food or even taken directly.
Continue reading about Water Soluble CBD Capsules:
6. How to take CBD through your Belly Button
Many people are unaware that you can use CBD oil by applying in and around their belly button. – It is called the Pechoti intake method.
The Pechoti gland is located behind the belly button, and it is the gland that carries nutrition from mother to baby in the womb. Connected to more than 72,000 nerves that run throughout the body to various organs and tissues. By applying CBD oil to the belly button and using the Pechoti delivery method, cannabinoids have the ability to reach every part of your body. This is something that no other delivery method can provide.
Why is CBD oil so expensive? Many people ask themselves this question and that’s not surprising. There is also a good price tag attached to a bottle of CBD oil. CBD oil is becoming more and more popular, but there are people who don’t want to use it because of the price. That CBD oil is expensive, is a fact. But that is not without reason. In addition, the use of CBD can also ensure that certain costs will actually decrease. Curious about this? We are happy to explain!
Why are there so many different prices for the same CBD products?
There are a number of factors that determine the price of products that contain CBD:
The production process of CBD
This process is one of the main reasons why products containing CBD oil are expensive. The hemp plants have to be grown and then oil -or other products- can be made from them. This whole process from plant to product takes a lot of time, and certification and independent analyses must also be taken into account. This production process is very time-consuming, so there are already a lot of costs involved.
Why is the CBD oil production process so expensive? (VIDEO)
- Breeding high CBD strains. Producers have to breed just the right CBD-rich strain of hemp. Organic soil, special watering cycles in warm sunny places and manual labor all add to the cost.
- Extraction and Isolation. The extraction process required to isolate the CBD and other cannabinoids from the hemp plant takes a great deal of setup, as well as expensive equipment.
- Documentation. CBD oil is still a grey area within the pharmaceutical world. In order to get the proper documentation and certification, you must go through a whole chain of governmental instances. This is long and can be an expensive process.
- Laboratory Testing. CBD oil is tested extensively. These tests can cost a lot of money, because CBD oil is requested to be tested against a lot of different criteria, such as individual cannabinoid contents, terpenes present and many more.
The type of CBD oil
There are different types of CBD oil, such as CBD oil with CBD full spectrum extract or Isolate CBD oil. The difference between the two is that Full Spectrum CBD oil uses the whole plant. In Isolate CBD products only contain CBD, no other cannabinoids are present.
The percentage of CBD
There are different types of products with different quantities of CBD, this also plays a role in the price. The less CBD the product contains, the cheaper it will be. The most commonly used CBD oil is the oil with 5% CBD (10 ml). For this, you pay on average € 30, -. A bottle with 2.5% CBD is obviously lower in price. The higher the CBD percentage, the more expensive the product will be.
The quality of the product or brand
Not every brand has the same quality, and you pay for quality. Organic CBD is, therefore, more expensive than non-organic CBD. There are a number of brands that place the emphasis on quality. Unfortunately, there are also more and more brands that go along with the trend and offer CBD oil for a cheap price. However, this is often bad quality CBD and has only minimal CBD content which is not sufficient for most people. In the article where to buy CBD buy oil, tells you where you can best do this? We will explain this later.
CBD Oil prices: three rules of thumb
- Cheap CBD oils may not be very safe. They do not go through proper purifying and safety procedures to save on the manufacturing costs.
- Expensive CBD oils go through proper processing and manufacturing. They are sold using proper channels and are generally backed up by legal agreements. Proper tested CBD oils are better for medicinal purposes as it is guaranteed that no impurities can react with your body.
- In general – “You get what you pay for”.