CBD Edibles

CBD Edibles Delivery Method

Cannabis remedies are available in multiple delivery methods. Finding the right CBD delivery method for you may take some time but, it’s good to know that you have options. A very popular delivery method is CBD edibles. CBD edibles are foods, snacks, desserts, or candies that are cooked and/or baked with CBD oil included in the ingredients. The edibles are great for alternative cannabis therapy.

One of the main advantages of CBD edibles is the duration of the effects on the body/mind. It can last anywhere from 4-8 hours when CBD is ingested as the main delivery method. This is considerably longer than the longevity of CBD when it is smoked or inhaled.

The main disadvantage is the time it takes to activate in the body. Sometimes the delay can be as long as 60-90 minutes. Some variables that affect the onset can be the strength of the CBD edibles (measured in milligrams) and body mass of the person consuming the edible.    

CBD Edibles

Slow Onset

Although CBD edibles can have a delayed fuse, the slow onset has been shown to be very effective for chronic conditions. Some chronic conditions call for a long and steady dosage to be spread over longer periods of time. This method promotes a different spin on cannabis therapy.

CBD edibles are non-psychoactive and widely considered non-toxic. However, overconsumption of cannabis and hemp extracts remains a concern among medical professionals. One should always consider starting off with lower serving sizes and consulting with a preferred physician. Edibles may not be appropriate for someone suffering from nausea, vomiting or lack of appetite.

This image showcases some of our CBD edibles gummies. Tasty Hemp Oil gummies deliver a moderate serving size of CBD with multiple options for package sizes. 

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CBD-to-THC Ratio

Cannabis therapy is an alternative personalized medicine. Unlike many over the counter medicines produced by larger pharmaceutical companies, cannabis can be customized with CBD-to-THC ratios.

There is no single ratio or strain or product that’s right for everyone. Optimize your therapeutic use of cannabis by finding the proper combination of CBD and THC that works best for you. Keep in mind that THC is the cannabis compound that provides a ‘high’ feeling. CBD is the cannabis compound that is non-psychoactive. If you are sensitive to THC, you should consider a CBD edible with a higher CBD-to-THC ratio. CBD can lessen or neutralize the intoxicating effects of THC. So a greater ratio of CBD-to-THC means less of a high. Formulations of cannabis products are critical to finding the right combinations that work best for you.      

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