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If you’re somewhat new to CBD then you may have begun seeing the word “sublingual.” While it’s a somewhat fancy word, it just describes a simple process of administrating CBD oil tincture.
Sublingual is a common term that describes the best way to consume CBD oil. The process only has a few steps and if you follow these steps you should feel the effects of the CBD relatively quickly, and for a longer period of time.
Prior to digging into how sublingual CBD oil work, CBD School wants to establish a better foundation for your CBD knowledge.
What is CBD Oil?
CBD oil comes in a tincture bottle which is one of the more common CBD products on the market. The CBD, or cannabidiol, is extracted from the hemp plant, and it is then infused with a carrier oil to produce CBD oil.
If you are one of the roughly 10%, 9.4% to be exact, of the global population that deals with acne you know that teenagers aren’t the only segment of the population that deals with acne.1
While acne is associated with one of the developmental stages of life and sort of a passage into adulthood, acne can have a mental toll not only on adolescence but also on people as they age. Maybe you are someone that had severe acne which possibly led to you being shy as a kid, which is a trait that stayed with you as you became an adult.
Or maybe you were somewhat lucky and only got acne once in a while in your youth, but when you did, your self-awareness rocketed during this time, and you became an introvert until your acne blemish cleared.
Whichever side you reside on, many of us have dealt with acne at one time or another.
What is CBD?
DISCOVER: What is CBD?
Avida was established in 2018 with a simple goal to help people lead an active and healthy lifestyle, ethically and organically.
They produce effective, high-quality, and safe CBD products that include a wide assortment of CBD vape juice and CBD vape pens.
There are many CBD brands in the market but, Avida is one of the more reliable and consistent brands present today.
Many of their products come in a wide variety of broad-spectrum, CBD isolate, and full-spectrum products for a natural and therapeutic experience.
All of their products are third-party lab tested, and transparency is key for the brand and its core principles.
CBD has entered the mainstream within the last half-decade or so. This is attributed not only to a limited amount of research that shows it may provide health benefits for medical conditions such as anxiety, arthritis, insomnia, and inflammation but also due to the anecdotal evidence that many people have discovered from using CBD.
While people have found that CBD may benefit their conditions, additional research is needed to understand why CBD may provide these benefits, along with knowing what the short and long-term efficacy of utilizing CBD may provide.
The 2018 Farm Bill legalized growing hemp, and while this has allowed the CBD industry to explode, the industry is in somewhat of a gray area when it comes to the FDA and regulation.
Although, there have been numerous studies completed many more are needed, including potential benefits that CBD oil may provide for Dementia.
In this article, CBD School will explain what Dementia is, and what is currently known about the benefits CBD may provide for those who are suffering from this debilitating disease.
So you’re new to the world of CBD and are interested in trying CBD oil but are a bit apprehensive because you may have heard that the taste isn’t great.
Well, first there’s nothing to worry about. While CBD comes from the cannabis plant, most associate it with marijuana smells which are pretty potent, similar to the spray a skunk gives off when it is fearful, CBD oil doesn’t taste like a smelly skunk.
In fact, CBD oil without any added ingredients doesn’t taste like much, it’s actually pretty bland and earthy-tasting.
Before we dig a bit deeper into how CBD oil tastes, and ways to combat the taste if you desire to, let’s first discuss what CBD oil is.
What is CBD Oil?
CBD shatter is a category that is growing within the CBD industry. This could be due to THC-based shatter having its moment of popularity, and naturally, brands see the success and decide to incorporate it into their business model.
Whatever the case may be, the consumer is seeing more and more brands offering CBD strains that are made into CBD shatter for the end user to enjoy, and for that we at CBD School are thankful.
While CBD shatter falls under the umbrella of controversy because the user needs to inhale it into their lungs, which we all know has risks involved, the once very niche market is gaining steam, and quickly.
What is CBD Shatter?
CBD shatter is a bi-product of CBD isolates. It contains 99.9% CBD with only very minute traces of any other cannabinoid or any other part of the hemp plant.
Due to shatter needing a solvent to be extracted, usually butane, it is dangerous to make without the necessary equipment or knowledge and you shouldn’t attempt to make it at home.
Cannabis in general, and CBD specifically is one of the quickest growing industries currently. Ever since the Farm Bill passed in 2018 it seems like the floodgates opened for brands to begin producing CBD products ad nauseam.
Interested in smoking your CBD? Great you have the option of CBD vaporizers, CBD cigarettes, CBD flower, and CBD wax.
Would you prefer to eat your CBD? No problem, grab a bag of CBD gummies, or CBD chocolate.
Want to melt your aches and pains away? Throw a CBD bath bomb into your bath and add water. Or maybe you want to rub some CBD topicals on your skin after your Saturday morning yoga class.
This is literally just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to CBD products, and weekly it seems like another brand introduces another way to enjoy CBD or another cannabinoid-infused product.
Slowly carving its niche within the CBD industry, Green Unicorn Farms, is becoming a player amongst the larger brands.
While they don’t put their hands in the dirt to physically grow the hemp plants that are packaged for their products, they carefully curate everything else that the brand touches.
This includes working with the farmers in selecting what strains they would like to incorporate into their product line, which includes CBD hemp flower, CBD prerolls, CBD tinctures, CBD gummies, and CBD topicals.
CBD School was lucky to be one of the first CBD information sites that were able to test a whole bunch of products around the time the brand launched at the end of 2019.
Over the years there have been a bunch of CBD flower-first CBD brands that have launched, tapping a market that was originally overlooked within the CBD industry as it began to grow. Nowadays, this niche of the market is exploding, and Green Unicorn Farms looks to capitalize on what they see as a gap within the market of more affordable CBD flower products, while also offering the more traditional CBD products like tinctures, gummies, and topicals.
CBD oil has become partially popular in the mainstream not only by anecdotal evidence, but also from limited studies and research that may show its beneficial qualities — from boosting your mood, improving the quality of your skin, and also in the possibility of alleviating anxiety and depression.
As more and more people seek out natural ways to assist themselves in improving their anxiety and depression, CBD oil will continue to grow as an industry.
An issue that many people discover is that there is a ton of information on the internet about what is the correct dosage when it comes to how much CBD oil to take for anxiety.
This article aims at answering this question, with the hope of educating you more on the subject. By the end of this article, you should have a better understanding of how much CBD oil you need to take for your anxiety.
CBD Oil and Anxiety
CBD oil has been connected to assisting those with mental health issues. There has not only been anecdotal evidence to suggest that CBD oil may be able to assist people with their anxiety and depression but also a limited amount of studies conducted that show the benefits that CBD may have for the 40 million+ adults that deal with it in the United States alone.1
CBD gummies are pretty much all the rage these days. Most CBD brands have at least one offering available within their full product lineup.
As the CBD industry continues to expand, and becomes more mainstream, finding CBD will become more and more accessible, although, most people can walk to your local gas station and purchase a CBD product.
CBD oil gives many people a relaxed feeling on its own, it is one of the many benefits that people may receive when consuming CBD.
While CBD on its own may produce a sleepy or tired feeling, some brands add additional ingredients, like melatonin, to assist the CBD in pinpointing the medical condition that a consumer is looking to address, like sleep.
We will address the question of how many CBD gummies should I take for sleep, but first, it’s good to educate you a bit on what CBD actually is.
A common question that is on many of our minds is, is CBD oil good for sex?
There isn’t much if any research that has been done to show the effects that CBD has on sex, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t anecdotal evidence that suggests CBD can have a positive effect on an individual’s sexual experiences.
While it would be hard pressed to suggest that CBD will boost your libido and sexual performance, CBD has been shown to relax the body which would be beneficial during sex.
Let’s discuss ways in which CBD could be good to take prior to sex.
Like many naturally derived substances the length of time, it takes to have an effect and the length of time the effect lasts can vary from person to person.
The effect and length of time can also vary depending on when you take it, how you take it, and in what form you take it.
If that all sounds a little confusing – you’re in luck! This CBD School article is going to cover everything you need to know about how long it takes CBD oil to work.
Best Methods for Taking CBD Oil
There are a ton of great methods for taking CBD oil these days, and it seems that brands are creating new products quicker than they used to.
Extract Labs and their CBD products have made it to the list of INC. magazine’s list of America’s Fastest-Growing companies. Not too shabby for a small CBD brand that was started in 2016 by an ex-Army officer in a corner of his garage.
If you read CEO Craig Henderson’s story you wouldn’t be all that surprised that Extract Labs is on a roll, however.
Twice nominated for a Bronze Star, Henderson received an ARCOM with Valor award while serving in Iraq. After his military duty, Henderson went on to earn his Master’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in thermal sciences and renewable energy.
Having worked sales for a CO2 extraction company, conducting cannabis-related research and development, Henderson had a front seat for what has become somewhat of a CBD boom.
While his path makes for a great brand story, does one man’s vision of “making products that everyone could try” deliver?
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression affects about 280 million adults worldwide1, and in the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic alone, there was a “25% increase in [the] prevalence of anxiety and depression worldwide.”2 These stats make these disorders two of the most prevalent mental health issues that are affecting people worldwide.
While this is very disheartening news overall, the potential good news is that there are ways to combat depression and anxiety in a natural, potentially effective manner — CBD.
I’m sure there are many questions swimming in your brain right now like is CBD truly effective at lending a hand in treating these two disorders? Along with, if taking cannabidiol oil for anxiety can assist, how long do CBD products take to work for anxiety?
This post will answer this question, along with a few CBD 101 types of questions, so continue reading.
Can CBD Oil Get You High?
CBD oil has become popular and pushed its way into the mainstream for a few reasons. The main reason is due to CBD having therapeutic properties and possible health benefits that span many conditions that people deal with daily.
There have been many studies performed around the health benefits of CBD1 and other cannabinoids are beginning to gain some spotlight from the cannabis industry, along with research being performed around these lesser known cannabinoids.2
CBD is one of about 100 cannabinoids that are present within the cannabis plant, and is the second most popular behind the psychoactive cannabinoid Tetrahydrocannabinol, better known as THC.