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How To Consume CBD Properly 

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CBD is famed all over the world for its many medical benefits. This compound derives from the cannabis plant and is one of the main active ingredients along with THC. Unlike THC, though, CBD does not induce any psychoactive effects, so you can enjoy the benefits without the mind-altering effects. When it comes to CBD, there are many ways to consume this substance, and for those new to the world of cannabis, this can be a challenge when it comes to choosing the right consumption method. It can also be a challenge to know if you are consuming CBD properly, which is why we are here to help! CBD has many benefits and you want to consume it the proper way to ensure that you get the most out of all of these benefits, so without any more delay, here is a guide on how to consume CBD properly.

Know Your Consumption Devices

Knowing the different cannabis consumption devices can make your experience more pleasant. With that being said, there are many different consumption devices to choose from, so we’ll break down the most popular:

  • Vaporizers: This is a handheld, battery-powered device that is used to vape cannabis. This device uses heating technology to heat the dry herb and requires no combustion, making it much healthier than traditional smoking.
  • Dab rig: A dab rig is a water filtration device similar to a bong in design except that it uses wax or concentrates rather than dry herbs. This device also uses what is called a “nail” during the consumption process. The top-notch dab rigs heat the concentrates to a very high level which creates much more potent effects.
  • Bong: A bong is a popular and traditional water filtration device. This device uses combustion as well as water filtration to purify the smoke for a much smoother and more pleasant hit.
  • Hand Pipe: A hand pipe is a small, handheld smoking device that is used to smoke dried cannabis flowers. It consists of a mouthpiece, a neck, and a bowl to put the dry cannabis in. This device uses combustion and is great for on-the-go consumption.

The Dosage Is Key

Another important thing to consider when it comes to consuming CBD properly is knowing how to correctly dose. If you are a beginner, you should start with a lower dosage so that you can first get an idea of what your tolerance level is. Once you’ve gotten comfortable with a lower dosage, you can slowly increase your dosage to a higher dosage. This is an important step because it ensures you consume safely. Remember, not everyone has the same tolerance level.

Topical Use

Topicals are very popular in the cannabis community, especially in the beauty industry as well as in the sports industry. These products are creams, lotions, gels, and sprays that contain cannabis and can be applied directly to the surface of the skin. This makes topicals great for targeted pain relief as well as relief from inflammation. Athletes are coming out in support of CBD topicals to treat muscle and joint pain and inflammation since CBD is known for its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. The beauty industry has also embraced topicals, and you can now find a variety of CBD cleansers, moisturizers, serums, and facial oils that target acne and other skin inflammation.

CBD Edibles

Finally, we have edibles that are also buzzing in the cannabis community. These are foods, baked goods, and drinks that contain CBD and are consumed orally. When you consume edibles, it takes about 1–2 hours before the effects are felt because these products are broken down in the digestive system. Once the effects kick in, you can expect to experience them for a duration of up to 12 hours. Edibles are one of the easiest ways to consume CBD and not to mention delicious, so if you’re looking for an effective and yummy way to get your CBD fix, try eating or drinking some edibles. This can be in the form of gummies, ice cream, popcorn, cakes, soups, tea, or even alcoholic beverages such as wine or beer.

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