Medicating with CBDBack
Sometimes people get turned off by the thought of CBD because they associate CBD with cannabis and the typical way cannabis is consumed. Don't worry, you don't need to start preparing your lungs because there are tons of different ways that you can get your CBD and not have to jeopardize any internal organs to feel better.
Oil - CBD oil is extracted from the whole cannabis plant that is high in CBD using a mixture of solvents. Oil can be used a numerous amount of ways, including being mixed into food or drinks or even baked into edibles. If you want a more discreet way of medicating, this might be the best option for you.
Tinctures - This method is made with vegetable or alcohol-based products and tends to be less concentrated than oil. They’re normally found in dropper bottles. The way you medicate using tinctures is completely up to you and what you are comfortable with doing, whether it be dropping some under your tongue or again dropping some into your food – either way you will start to feel better in no time.
Topical – This can come in different forms, from salves to creams, and be applied right to your skin. Topicals provide anti-inflammatory and pain relief, being non-psychoactive no matter how high the content of CBD or THC are in it. They can reduce inflammation, which is helpful to people who suffer from arthritic pain or muscle aches.
Sublingual spray – These sprays are concentrated cannabis tinctures and are sprayed under your tongue. You can get a spray in a variety of CBD and THC ratios, depending on the results you are trying to achieve. These sprays are very discreet and allow you to have multiple options to cure whatever ailment you are trying to conquer (or depending on the time of day you are trying to medicate).
However you choose to medicate, there is nothing wrong with it as long as you feel better and see the results you want. CBD is such a diverse medication and the more we use it to the full potential, the sooner the negative stigma that surrounds it will disappear.