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11th December 2018
How do I take CBD?

The beauty with CBD is the many different ways it can be absorbed into the body. This flexibility in consumption has produced a variety of CBD products for different consumer preferences. CBD can be ingested as CBD drops, CBD tincture and other consumables including baked products. Ingestion is probably the most common way that frequent users consume CBD.
Inhalation is another way to consume CBD. Vaping has grown into a popular culture among the younger CBD users. CBD can also be absorbed through the skin. CBD balm, lipsticks and body oils are some of the products available for users who prefer CBD in this form.
CBD consumption is not set in stone, it all depends on your personal preference and the expected results. It’s important to keep an open mind, try a few different options and chose the one that best works for you.

How much CBD should I take?

Physicians and wellness professionals are still finding it difficult to prescribe cannabidiol to patients. Since there is no standard CBD dosage, many users choose to experiment with small quantities at the start and work their way to what they feel is the right dosage. The optimum dosage provides the desired effect, within the desired period, with the least amount of unwanted side effects. Keep in mind that everyone is different. Recommended dosages may not have the same effect on different people.
The idea is to know your limit. Start for instance with a daily drop of CBD oil, after a few days increase to two drops, and so on, then settle at the quantity you feel comfortable with. Use the same caution when trying other CBD products. However, make sure not to overdo it. Remember to always read up on any product before you use it; what are the side effects, what is the composition, where is it from, are there any consumer warnings?

Over the past decade, researchers have conducted over 23,000 studies into the use, benefits and effects of cannabinoids. Among them are several conclusive results based on empirical evidence supporting some of CBD’s wellness benefits. However, CBD oil is still not an alternative to conventional therapy but rather a dietary supplement.

If you are still on the fence about trying CBD, contact UK CBD Ltd for in-depth information about CBD oils, pastes, capsules and balms. All our products have detailed descriptions of composition and origin to ensure safety.

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