Choosing the right CBD Capsules

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CBD is no longer a new word in the medical world. With multiple proven pieces of research, patient testimonials and large scale approval from the medical community, CBD has gained a huge clientele across the globe.

CBD oil is being sold by multiple brands across the globe as a part of different consumer items like CBD capsules, CBD creams/lotions, CBD edible products, etc.

About CBD oil and capsules

CBD pills containing CBD oil are usually sold as capsules with gel caps.

So how are our new CBD capsules taken up by the body?

Well, very much in the same manner as the human body absorbs the regular capsules containing medicines or vitamins. The CBD capsules get absorbed through the digestive system and give the benefits that are associated with CBD oil.

Various types of CBD products are available for use. Similarly, multiple brands of CBD capsules are available in global markets.

Some brands sell CBD capsules which contain isolated CBD compound whereas others use the extracts from raw hemp plants. While CBD is a non-psychoactive component of the Cannabis plant, the plant itself has various other compounds like THC which are psychoactive.  This means that CBD is not the compound causing mind-altering properties like the so-called “high”. However, THC which also has its separate medicinal properties can cause a “high”.

It is hence necessary to study the ingredients/chemicals present in your chosen brand of CBD capsules (only CBD isolate or CBD full spectrum). Further, it is extremely critical to follow the advice of your medical practitioner regarding the prescription as well as dosage.

Choosing the right dosage

When making a purchase, it is also very important to read up the dosage mentioned. CBD capsules can contain varying CBD dosages which may range from 10mg per capsule to 30 mg per capsule.

While it is true that Cannabidiol has been found to produce better results with higher dosages, it is important to consider the right dosage depending on your need. As mentioned above, considering the advice of a medical practitioner is advised.

There are no fixed rules to arrive at the correct CBD dosage which makes it a very tricky process. Following factors are usually considered when planning dosage for a particular condition:

  • CBD strength
  • Patient body weight
  • The severity of the condition
  • Other diseases
  • Delivery method

It is also important to understand that our new CBD capsules may work differently on different people. Additionally, different delivery methods create different levels of bioavailability. Bioavailability of a medicinal component means the content that actually gets absorbed in the bloodstream. Our new CBD capsules have a fairly high bioavailability percentage as compared to various other forms.

Applications of CBD oil and benefits of using capsules

Medicinal research in the past couple of decades has proven multiple benefits of isolated CBD compound.

CBD oil is the non-psychoactive compound from the cannabis plant with multiple proven health benefits. It is used as a treatment line for reducing the symptoms of anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. Various other health benefits like reducing inflammation, joint pains, etc have also been studied and acknowledged.

So what are the real benefits of taking CBD as CBD capsules? Following are some major advantages of using our new CBD capsules:

  • Easy to carry
  • Convenient to ingest
  • No calories
  • Easy to measure the dosage
  • A fair level of bioavailability

Final words:

The popularity of CBD has skyrocketed in the past few years. Its multiple medical benefits are no secret. Even the FDA has also taken a serious note of the wonderful medicinal properties of CBD and has for now approved one CBD drug for the treatment of epileptic seizures. Various other medicinal uses of CBD are also being seriously considered by the FDA.


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