CBD has taken the health and beauty industry by storm, blooming into a fully matured market. The most commonly-known CBD consumables are e-liquids and sublingual oils, but you’d be foolish to think that the plant extract hasn’t found its way into a huge variety of products. Here is a list of the many you can consume CBD.

Vaping

Vaping isn’t just for ex-smokers. It has now become a highly effective tool for consuming CBD. E-liquid absorbs rapidly and the technology is easy to use, especially for those who already vape nicotine. Just be sure to get CBD that is made for vaping.

Tinctures

Also known as ‘droppers’, you consume the oil sublingually, meaning that it is rapidly absorbed by a gland positioned under your tongue. You hold it there for around 30 seconds to allow for absorption. Some people even like to add a few drops to tea, coffee or food recipes.

Capsules

You may be the type to take a daily supplement. If so, CBD capsules may be the best option for you. The CBD capsule provides a slower release than vaping or tincture methods. It is slowly broken down and digested for a longer-lasting effect.

Topicals

Yes – you can even soak your skin in CBD. Due to CBD being known for its anti-inflammatory properties, putting CBD on your body rather than in your body is another option. You can target specific areas or you can indulge in CBD beauty products.

Beverages and edibles

It was only a matter of time before we began to see companies taking note of DIY edibles and developing the CBD beverage and edibles market. Now you can get CBD gummies, chocolate, tea, CBD infused water and even cocktails!!

If you want to learn even more, check out our Beginners Guide To CBD, and enjoy your new found, fool-free, knowledge

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