Consuming CBD Softgels
CBD softgels are an excellent delivery method for consuming hemp extracts. The CBD softgels dissolve faster than traditional capsules that contain the same components. Therapeutic benefits of the hemp extracts are absorbed faster in the body because of this.
Some CBD delivery methods like CBD vape or CBD oil tinctures have an instant effect on the body. There is a longer delay with CBD softgels because they must be dissolved first. However, there is traditionally a longer lasting and more constant effect with this delivery method.
Make sure you always read the label in regards to the CBD serving size of the softgels. Different brands offer different strengths of CBD in their products lines. Start at a lower serving size of our CBD softgels and work your way up to a comfortable desired result. Make sure to consult with your preferred physician prior to starting a CBD regiment.
Single Molecule vs Whole Plant CBD
Sourcing the origins of CBD is important to ensure you are getting the highest quality products for therapeutic use. In this case, let’s look into whole plant CBD-rich cannabis extract as compared to single-molecule cannabidiol.
Research has shown that single-molecule CBD has a limit in which it no longer works effectively. In simple terms, this means there is a certain point in which taking more of the single-molecule CBD is not necessarily better. The amount of CBD exceeded a certain threshold and its therapeutic impact declined dramatically, according to the studies.
On the other hand, whole plant CBD-rich extract has shown to be “dose-dependent” with increasing results upon increasing doses. This means that the more whole plant CBD-rich extract you take, the better you would feel. Research also shows that a small amount of CBD in whole plant extracts is needed for significant results. This compared to a much larger amount of single-molecule CBD required to achieve the same effect. Less is more when you take the whole plant CBD-rich extract.
Other CBD Delivery Methods
There are many misunderstandings when it comes to cannabidiol. CBD does not give you the ‘high’ feeling that THC does. However, CBD and THC are compliments for each other when it comes to receiving the full benefits of cannabis therapy.
THC and CBD are both cannabinoids but, THC is still illegal under federal law. CBD is considered non-psychoactive because it is non-toxic. Our CBD softgels contain less than 0.3% THC per serving. Think of it like non-alcoholic beer. You can drink a lot of non-alcoholic beer and not feel an intoxicating effect. This is the same principle as CBD.
Cannabis therapy has made a lot of positive steps forward in the mainstream medical community. The recent hemp farm bill getting passed will help propel the movement even further. Always do your best to educate yourself on the risks and benefits of CBD and THC prior to starting your cannabis therapy.
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The cannabis movement is booming and there are no signs of it slowing down. The good news is that plant based medicines are gaining popularity with the mainstream population. Quite honestly, plant based medicines should never have fallen out of the good graces of the mainstream population. We all have government regulation to thank for that. More on that later. The bad news is that cannabis has attracted so many people to the business front.
The hemp market is booming and the energy surrounding legal hemp is gaining momentum. This raises some questions in terms of which parts of the hemp plant contains CBD and which parts do not. We’ll cover some basic points to consider when you’re considering hemp oil for everyday use. Hemp extracts and hemp seed oil have very little to do with each other. In fact, other the the word ‘hemp,’ there are no common denominators.