Different ways of taking CBD

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There are a few different ways of taking CBD. CBD hemp oil is made from high-CBD, low-THC hemp. The CBD interacts with the body through the endocannabinoid system. This system regulates the body’s general state of balance. CBD helps the body’s mood, sleep, hormone regulation, sleep, appetite and pain. As diseases impact our body’s natural balance, CBD helps correct the reaction to keep the balance level.

CBD hemp oil comes in various formats.

Pure CBD oils

Pure CBD oils are all natural hemp oil extracted from the stalk of the hemp plant and packaged with no additives added. These have the highest concentration of CBD, usually 100mg or more in each serving.

CBD Topicals

CBD Topicals are taking externally in either cream, balms or salves. You can apply it directly onto your skin, slowly massaging until it is fully absorbed by the skin. These are enriched with all-natural elements like oils, botanical blends and spices. These are great for joint pain, muscles soreness and after workout regimen.

CBD Tinctures

CBD Tinctures are one of the more popular options available. It is in a liquid form, which is made by diluting the pure oil into alcohol. It is normally applied under the tongue in 1-20mg per serving. It can come in many flavors making it easy to swallow and enjoyable by everyone.

CBD Capsules

If you are used to taking medicine in pill form, then CBD capsules might be for you. It comes in a capsule that are easy to swallow and are released slowly in the body. You can add it to your daily regimen. It is usually 25mg or more.



Bevon Findley, has dedicated himself to spreading the word about CBD ever since he started using CBD to help his osteoarthritis. After spending 8 years in the US Navy as an engineer, Bevon started developing severe pains in his wrist. Today he manages his pain levels using CBD. Bevon's background involves Front-end Website Development along with Reputations Management, Digital Marketing, and Search Engine Optimization.

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