What is the Best Way of Taking CBD?

What is the Best Way of Taking CBD?

CBD products are available in many different forms and strengths. If you’re new to the world of CBD, you may be wondering what the best way of taking CBD is. At CBDology, we offer a wide range of high-quality CBD products including CBD Isolate, Protein and Herbs. 

However, for this article, we’ll take a look at our four key forms of CBD products; CBD Oils, CBD Vape Liquids, CBD Edibles and CBD Topicals

CBD Oils

CBD oils are our best selling product at CBDology. CBD oil is a sublingual product designed to be absorbed under your tongue rather than subjecting it to the digestive tract. Taking CBD this way preserves more of the CBD, and you’ll likely feel the effects faster than edible CBD products. 

Another advantage of taking CBD in oil form is that it is an easy way, especially for beginners, to measure your dosage as it is consumed by the drop. CBD oil also has a good bioavailability when taken under the tongue. 

If you’re looking for a quick result, you may consider taking CBD Oil for its anti-inflammatory effect. It is also effective for relieving stress and aiding a decent sleep as well as many other benefits.  

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CBD Vape Liquids 

Vaping allows CBD to directly enter your bloodstream and have a much quicker effect than other methods. Vaped CB takes effect in ten minutes or less, and users will absorb about 34 to 56% of the consumed CBD. 

However, we do not recommend taking CBD in this way if you do not already vape. If you do already use vape liquids, then it is the most efficient way to take CBD and allows you to achieve the same effect with a much smaller dose when compared with other ways of taking CBD such as edibles or oils. 

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CBD Edibles 

Eating CBD Edibles, like our soft gels and gummies, is an effective, discreet and convenient way to take CBD. Not only do CBD edibles taste great, but the dosage is also more accurate than with other methods. 

However, the bio-availability is not as good n comparison to vaping CBD or sublingual dosing CBD oil. Eating CBD causes the ‘first-pass effect’ where CBD is only partially broken down by the liver and digestive tract. This means it may take up to two hours for the CBD to take effect, and users will only absorb about 20 to 30% of the consumed CBD. 

You may, therefore, require a slightly higher dose of edibles to achieve the same effect as CBD oil or vape liquid. 

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CBD Topicals 

CBD Topical creams are designed to be applied directly to the skin and are often used for skin-related issues such as dry skin, eczema and psoriasis. Some of our customers also find taking CBD in the form of skin cream is also effective pain relief for conditions such as arthritis. 

Like edibles, CBD Topicals are a discreet way to take CBD. However, Topicals are not subjected to the first-pass effect and able to provide a more concentrated relief to an area. 

However, If you are choosing to take CBD as a Topical lotion, balm, or cream, then it is recommended to select one with a high CBD content and apply it generously as your skin is not as permeable as the sublingual tissue under your tongue. 


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Which CBD Product should I buy? 

At CBDology, we recommend customers that are not intending to buy CBD for skin-related issues and those who do not already vape to buy CBD in the form of edibles and oil. Both CBD Oil and CBD Edibles allow the consumer to take an accurate dosage and are available in a wide range of strengths. 

When taking CBD for the first time, you should start with a lower strength CBD product and increase the strength of the CBD products you buy over time and only if necessary. We do not sell our products for medical purposes, and the below information is based on CBD research on self-reported anecdotal accounts rather than our products. 

These recommendations suggest the entry-level strengths of CBD products. For CBD users hoping to improve the quality of their sleep or relieve stress then the data suggests  5% CBD Oil, 10mg CBD Gummy Bears, or 2% CBD Vape Liquid. For CBD users looking for anti-inflammation benefits then the data suggests 10% CBD Oil, 20mg CBD Gummy Bears, or 5% CBD Vape Liquid. For CBD users with skin-related issues, then the data suggests 150mg/50ml CBD Body Cream

Legal disclaimer – PLEASE NOTE: CBDology do not make any medical claims about our CBD formulations and products. We do not warrant the use of our CBD products for any medical condition, nor to diagnose or cure disease or to modify biological systems. They are sold as general food supplements only. If you have a medical condition or question, then you should consult your doctor. 

Our products are sold as dietary supplements only and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. It is recommended to check with a doctor before starting a new dietary supplement program.


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