What can CBD oil help me with?
A growing body of cannabinoid research points to CBD’s ability to positively modulate pain, anxiety, and sleep. These are the three areas with the most support for CBD in health.
In addition to these applications for CBD, people buy hemp products to help with their mood, control nausea and appetite, offset the symptoms of migraines, and treat psoriasis, eczema, and other skin conditions.
How do I take CBD oil?
CBD oil is most commonly delivered in a tincture format. To take CBD oil, place the desired dose into your mouth or under your tongue (which increases absorption amount and speed), holding it there for up to a minute. You can also mix CBD oil into food and drink.
How much CBD oil should I take?
The prudent approach is to start low and go slow.
One rule of thumb is to take 1 drop of CBD oil per 20 pounds of body weight—so a 140-pound woman might take 7 drops of CBD oil. The amount and/or frequency of CBD can be increased over time.
Dosing for general wellness versus for sleep regulation or anxiety will vary. Anecdotally, CBD users often share that single, higher doses are useful for supporting sleep, while regular and lower doses are more helpful for combating everyday stress.
Full-spectrum vs. isolate: What’s better?
CBD oil products come in two different formats:
Full-spectrum CBD oil incorporates all of the compounds present in the hemp plant, other cannabinoids (including no more than 0.3% THC), terpenes, flavonoids, and essential fatty acids. This full spectrum of hemp bioactives is closest to nature’s design of the plant. Only full-spectrum CBD triggers the “entourage effect,” a synergy that a full array of hemp plant compounds (cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, etc.) provides. The entourage effect helps with mood and anxiety disorders.
Then there’s CBD isolate. As the name implies, CBD isolate contains just concentrated CBD, with no other cannabinoids, terpenes, or essential fatty acids.
CBD Max – Legal Minimal THC
You should choose a full-spectrum CBD oil for maximum benefits, but be aware this does contain trace amounts of THC. Trace amounts means less than the legal limit of 0.3%
CBD – Zero THC
For ZERO THC choose Broad Spectrum.
CBD – Zero THC Max Flavour
If you want ZERO THC with an extra magical sparkle of flavor then look at our Terpene Enhanced Broad Spectrum
All of our Broad Spectrum and THC-Free products have 0% THC, and our Full Spectrum contains 0.3% or less THC.