Which CBD Method is Best for You

Which CBD Method is Best for You

CBD: everyone is talking about this wonder supplement, but how does it work, and which method is right for you? There are so many ways to take CBD, from tinctures to topicals, it may feel overwhelming to choose. Read on to dive into the various properties of CBD and discover your new favorite way to align your thoughts and take time to relax.

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a medicinal plant compound found in cannabis, derived from hemp. Cannabinoids are naturally occuring in the human body, and supplementing with hemp-derived CBD is reported to help with relaxation, focus, and whole-body health. Unlike THC, the chemical compound most discussed in marijuana, CBD does not have psychoactive effects. You can find CBD Isolate, pure extracted CBD without any THC, or Full Spectrum CBD, with flavonoids, terpenes, and up to .03% THC. Both forms are legal in all 50 States. 

CBD Tinctures

CBD Tinctures are the OG method of ingesting CBD. Tinctures are like oils, and drops can be placed directly into your mouth or added to your favorite drink or food. Tinctures are often recommended to be taken sublingually, or under the tongue. This allows the CBD tincture to be absorbed by the sublingual gland in the body, effectively absorbing into your body getting to work right away. 

Tinctures come in a variety of tastes and flavors, from mint to coconut to flavorless. Tinctures are recommended for those who like the ease of the sublingual drop, or want to add a relaxing boost to their morning coffee or nightly tea. Tinctures can be great for those who prefer not to swallow a pill or want a low calorie edible alternative.

CBD Capsules

CBD Capsules are a common supplement that can be grouped with daily vitamins. You may find CBD Isolate capsules, or CBD Blend capsules. Just like capsules of Vitamin C, CBD Capsules work by passing through your digestive tract and absorbing into the body. Capsules are great for those who like the normalcy of ingesting a pill; add them to your vitamin routine for a boost of focus and a breath of calm. For an added boost, try a blend like Rise & Shine with B12, Maca, Turmeric, and CBD, or Restful Night, with Melatonin, Magnesium, and CBD.

CBD Edibles

CBD Edibles are snackable forms of CBD that are conveniently packaged into bites of food. CBD Edibles are a convenient and discreet way to take CBD. CBD Chocolate is a popular edible form that is great as a gift or a self-care treat. Edibles are great for new users who may feel more comfortable with a familiar shape, and Edibles also work well for those who like a combination of delicious dessert and powerhouse CBD.

CBD Gummies

CBD Gummies are another popular form of CBD that serve as  little bites of tranquility. Gummies are a tasty treat that are similarly absorbed through the digestive system. Try CBD Lemon Bites for an easy snack on-the-go. Gummies work great as a discreet method of ingesting CBD. Try Tangerine Full Spectrum Restful Night Bites to soothe yourself into restful sleep and wake up feeling refreshed and productive.

CBD Topicals

Another choice for CBD are topicals, coming in the form of creams, salves, bath salts, and more. Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and works as an effective, non-oral method of using CBD. Topicals are specially formulated to release localized tension and reduce inflammation. Post-workout, CBD Cooling Cream is a soothing choice. For luxurious self-care, add CBD bath salts to your relaxation routine. CBD topicals serve as a calming introduction to the healing properties of CBD, and work well for both new users and seasoned CBD fans. 

Ultimately, the type of CBD that is best for you is the type of CBD that you like the best! Explore the different forms and stock up on the one that fits best into your daily routine. Have any questions about CBD or these products? Send us a message at support@venacbd.com

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  • Posted by Scott Boyd on

    I recently purchased Vena “cooling cream” for my sore knees. It works well on the soreness, but I am having a mild skin reaction to it. Small bumps and itching. What would you recommend?

    Thank you.


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