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Today I thought I’d hop on and talk a bit more about the various methods of using CBD and more about their absorption. Hope you find helpful…
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Tinctures and Capsules:
Capsules and tinctures are assumed to reach the endocannabinoid system easily, which increases the chances of the digestive system absorbing the CBD. On the other hand, a mass majority of clinical researchers disagree. They say that not all CBD reaches your endocannabinoid system. Many researchers agree that only a percentage of the CBD consumed passes into, and through the bloodstream.
On the other hand, if you measure out your dose well, tinctures (droppers) definitely can help meet therapeutic targets. Note that CBD capsules take the longest time to completely travel your digestive system, which may be a sign they don’t get you the full benefits CBD has to offer. Tinctures (droppers), however, absorb quickly when the oil is placed under the tongue and left to absorb for 1-2 minutes. Don’t swallow tinctures straight as it is less effective and will have the same effect as a capsule.
Vaping or inhaling CBD is probably the most prevalent method of use around the world. People believe it to have the fastest absorption rate and gets more CBD into your bloodstream.
Many people that suffer from migraines report that vaping CBD has been entirely curative. The CBD will pass via your lungs into the bloodstream. It’s that simple. This information gives way for the brain to easily be reached by CBD, giving you relief from migraines.
The highest concentration of CB receptors is in the nervous and digestive systems, but the skin has a huge number of both CB1 and CB2 receptors in the cutaneous nerve bundles, mast cells, and epidermal keratinocytes, as well as the epithelial cells in the hair follicles and also in the sweat and sebaceous glands. This means that topical applications of even small amounts CBD can have quite significant effects when it comes to local pain relief as those cells can quite quickly absorb and make use of the CBD as its applied.
Please bear in mind that CBD isn’t like a prescription med, you won’t get an instant result. Your ECS has been dormant since you were a baby, it’ll take a week or more to feel the full effects of your CBD working.
By no means can I claim that CBD is a cure for any illness or ailment.
Information on this page is not intended to replace medical advice given by your Doctor.
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