What the heck is CBD oil?

There’s a new trend that has taken over the wellness market–cannabidiol, better known as CBD oil. People are using it to help with everything from anxiety, arthritis, muscle and joint pain from workouts and athletics, menopause symptoms, insomnia and many other health issues.

There are hundreds of CBD oil products on the market, and it can be a bit overwhelming at first, especially if you’re skeptical to the idea that it actually works.

Keep reading and you’ll find a brief breakdown on how to take CBD oil so you can find the right method for you.



Figure out where you want to target

What are you trying to fix? The body has 65 molecular target points and narrowing it down to just one or two can help you best pick the target to suit your needs. Do you need help with anxiety? Trouble falling asleep? Experiencing arthritic pain? Or are you just curious to see how your life will change if you use it?

Choose the product that will help the CBD oil get there

In order for CBD oil to be effective, it needs to hit your intended molecular target. If the target is close to your skin, use a topical or suppository. If it needs to travel to your bloodstream to get it to its intended place (brain, immune system, etc.) try something like a vaporizer.

Find what dose works best for you

Every human body is different. It’s recommended that your start out with a smaller dose to see how your body is impact and increase as needed. For vaporizers, you’ll be able to sense the impact quickly (about an hour after), for topicals, it may take up to six.

Find what dose works best for you

Last but certainly not least, do your research. Find a product that is safe, healthy and will work for your body. Here’s a great article to get you started.


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