CBD Options and Uses
Cannabidol (CBD) is a naturally occuring plant component that provides numerous health benefits. CBD can help revitalize your health and promote an overall sense of well being within your body.
With so many CBD options and dosages, which is best for you? Let's take a look at each form of CBD and offer some suggestions that can help you along in your health journey.
ReWild Hemp advice:
Start low. Go slow.
Starting CBD at the lowest potency level allows individuals to gauge how much CBD is required to relieve specific symptoms. While it is not possible to overdose on CBD, finding your correct dosage is important to receive optimal health benefits.
CBD Options and Varieties
CBD tinctures are the most popular method for taking CBD. Drops of oil are placed under the tongue (sublingually) and absorbed into the bloodstream via capillaries.
Bluebird Botanicals Signature is perfect for the first time CBD user.
Similar to the tincture, CBD spray is placed under the tongue for fast absorption.
CBD Transdermal Gel Pen
Our CBD pen is an easy to use, transdermal application of 2 mg of CBD with high bioavailability.
Hemp concentrates provide CBD in its purest and most potent form. We offer 3 versions of concentrate with different extraction methods and CBD concentrations.
CBD capsules and softgels are a convenient way to take CBD without the "earthy" taste.
Applying CBD topically is a powerful way to improve skin, heal muscle and joint pain, or introduce CBD into the bloodstream.
Transdermal patches slowly release CBD into the bloodstream over an extended period of time. They have a high bioavailablity.
CBD, in suppository form, offers a high concentration of CBD and bioavailability. Not ideal for the first time CBD user.
CBD edibles infuse CBD into foods such as, chocolate, gum, and gummies.
Start low. A low dose of CBD ranges from 3 mg to 6 mg.
Low doses are typically used to treat: anxiety and stress, inflammation, autoimmune issues, joint pain, and overall health.
Higher doses are typically used to treat: schizophrenia, dementia, diabetes, cancer, and epilepsy.
Start low. Go slow.