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Delivery System of CBD

Delivery system of CBD and how it addresses your health concerns. CBD can be delivered through inhalation, oral ingestion and topical application.  The delivery of the CBD depends on your desired effect.

Inhaling verses oral. Vaping has been researched to show it has a positive effect due to its rapid absorption, and dosing seems to be easier to adjust.  There are many concerns that need to be addressed with this delivery system. Product needs to be free of contaminants, it can cause irritation to the lungs, and solvents that are used in processing can leave a residue.

Oral Ingestion:

Sublingual (apply under your tongue) and swallowing a capsule are also options. Our hemp oil is best delivered Sublingual. After taking the desired amount in the dropper, squeeze the oil out under your tongue.  Hold the hemp oil under your tongue for up to 3 minutes, or as long as you can. Sublingual may take affect up to 30 minutes after ingesting. This by-passes the liver and has a more direct delivery into the blood stream.  Sublingual enters the blood stream faster than swallowing a capsule and does not decrease it’s bioavailability by traveling through the digestive tract.

When taking CBD orally (capsule or swallowed) it will take up to 1 to 3 hours to take full effect.  Hemp derived CBD needs to be processed by the liver. It is important to remember that CBD is going to be either an inducer or inhibitor of other medication that pass through the same liver enzyme.  CBD can therefore increase or decrease the plasma level of other medication.  It is the responsibility of the person using CBD to research its interaction with other medications. No safety data has been established using CBD with other medications.

Oral dosing of CBD rule is start low and go slow. Average starting dose is 2.5 mg to 10 mg for a regular size adult. Seek the advice of your health care provider for more specific dosing information.

We provide this for information to you to as we begin to educate the consumer of the benefits and features of Hemp CBD. This is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of your prescribed treatment plan from your personal physician. We recommend to consult your Doctor or Health Professional regarding any specific health questions.

CBD is also known to interact with several medications. Before you start using CBD oil, discuss it with your doctor to ensure your safety and to avoid potentially harmful interactions.