Which form of CBD is right for you?
We want to help our clients figure out which form of CBD is right for their particular needs. CBD is great for health and wellness. It can be used as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, pain- reliever, and reliever of neurological stress.
- Pain reduction: CBD is commonly used for pain relief specifically in chronic illness such as fibromyalgia.
- Stress relief: CBD has many effective qualities that could be tied to stress relief in the brain. Among these are changes in blood flow patterns within the brain, mimicking those of anxiolytic effects.
- Sleep: along with being used for pain and anxiety reduction, some take CBD to improve sleep. There is research suggesting that an individual’s sleep cycle can improve along with the duration and depth of their REM sleep.
- Vape: quickest fast acting method of intake. This is one of the best choices for individuals with chronic pain or anxiety. It is important to be aware of the strength of the dosage you are vaping. Many CBD vapes only contain 200 mg per gram. Our products contain 900 mg per gram for maximum effect.
- Oral dosage: this includes oils, tinctures, capsules, food and drink supplements as well as other edible mediums. These effects usually last 3-8 hours depending on the dose and are perfect for sleep. Activation, like many other supplements, usually begin activation 30 minutes after use.
- The Endocannabinoid system: This system is made up of cell receptors within our bodies. It functions to repair damaged cells and help the body reach a state of homeostasis. The endocannabinoid system affects the central nervous system (including our brains), glands, organs, and the immune system. Within these systems, the endocannabinoid system assists with functions such as appetite, energy levels, immune function, metabolism, memory, stress response, sleep, and the nervous system. The cannabinoids fit into CB1 and CB2 receptors within the body to impact these levels of homeostasis in a positive manor. CB1 receptors are mostly within the brain and nervous system. CB2 receptors are found within the organs of the body.