Tinctures are ingested orally, either dropped under the tongue or added to food or drink. A tincture is a liquid taken in small doses with a measured dropper. FeelCBD Drops contain Full Spectrum CBD oil blended with fractionated coconut and grape seed oil for optimal bioavailability. With tinctures, CBD enters the bloodstream through the gut […]
Topical application of CBD is becoming a very popular delivery method of CBD for localized pain relief. You can apply a topical directly to specific areas of pain and inflammation and yield the benefits of CBD. What makes topical application unique is that it largely avoids entering your bloodstream. Since it is absorbed transdermally, meaning […]
Vaporizing provides the quickest onset time and highest bioavailability of any intake method for CBD. You can use a Disposable Vape Pen or reusable Vaporizer Kits and Cartridge.Within the vaporizer, a ceramic heating coil heats the Full Spectrum CBD oil until vaporizes. CBD vapour is inhaled and enters the bloodstream through the lungs. This means it […]
Full Spectrum CBD includes all the natural cannabinoids found in hemp, whereas CBD isolate is CBD separated from all other compounds found in the plant. A 2015 study found full spectrum CBD to be capable of offering greater levels of relief without the dosing caps encountered when using CBD isolate.
Essential oils are concentrated aromatics that are extracted from leaves, flowers, herbs, roots, and other plant materials. The aromas can have both a physiological and emotional effect, which can cause our brains to release endorphins, serotonin, and even noradrenaline.
High doses of CBD-rich formulations can be safe and easily tolerated, but aren’t always necessarily more effective than lower doses. A microdose as little as 2.5 mg CBD can have a therapeutic effect, with studies showing Full Spectrum CBD being as efficacious at much lower doses when compared to CBD Isolate.
Both THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are the most highly researched cannabinoids, with both being individually studied for their high potentials for therapeutic uses. THC is commonly known to have additional psychoactive properties, however CBD has shown evidence of mitigating these psychoactive effects, while still having similar overall benefits.