Once you have successfully defined the product that best suits your needs in terms of CBD, it is important to define when and how often you plan to use it. Indeed, this is often the question you ask us, when to take CBD? In this article, we take stock of the situation to help you better use your daily Cannabidiol.
Taking CBD depends on the method of administration
Depending on the carrier used and the chosen method of administration, the CBD will be consumed differently by the body. As you can read in this article on the different ways of using Cannabidiol, using sublingual oil, swallowing capsules, or vaporizing e-liquids directly affects the absorption and duration of the effect of CBD. Thus, each mode of administration is absorbed differently by the body, some more quickly than others while some have a slower but longer effect. When to take CBD?
Vaporizing or inhaling CBD: when to take it?
Inhaling or vaporizing CBD using e-liquid allows for very fast effects on the body, passing through the alveoli of the lungs and thus reaching the body via the bloodstream more quickly. However, this effect is rather fast and succinct.
Therefore, it is preferable to use an extract with CBD that is inhaled or vaporized during the crisis or when pain occurs, to be able to act effectively and quickly. To benefit from the effects of CBD over the longer term, it is best to use CBD oils or capsules.
CBD capsules, CBD pastilles, and gummies: when to use them?
CBD has long been available in a food form, such as CBD capsules or CBD pastilles so that CBD can be carried everywhere and used precisely by containing the number of milligrams of Cannabidiol determined according to need.
Passing through the digestive system, the maximum effects of CBD may only be felt 1 to 6 hours after consumption. It is therefore the directions for use that most facilitates and spreads the benefits of CBD in the body, but cannot be used for immediate and rapid relief.
Therefore, prefer to use your CBD capsules or lozenges during your meals, at fixed times, and with regular food.
CBD oil: when to use it?
CBD oil is the preferred way of using Cannabidiol worldwide: it combines a vegetable oil to enhance assimilation with a hemp extract rich in CBD, precisely, almost milligrams by milligrams. Deposited under the tongue, the CBD oil is thus very well assimilated by the mucous membranes and diffused in the body quickly. It is a practical and safe way to enjoy the benefits of CBD over a long time.
Approximately 10 to 20 minutes after depositing under the tongue, CBD is already appearing in the bloodstream. However, depending on the individual, it may take one to three hours before it is at its peak after using CBD oil. As with CBD capsules, it is, therefore, preferable to use CBD oil during a meal.
CBD: when to take it?
Depending on the user, the effects of CBD are not the same and doses can also vary greatly. It is therefore important, as we repeat regularly, to start using Cannabidiol in small doses and then increase as you feel the effects until you find your daily need. It should be taken several times during the day: morning noon and evening seems the best formula.