Drop into Rest & Relaxation with CBD Oil
Ever since hemp's discovery, CBD Oil has been used for a variety of purposes, but it is perhaps best known for its benefits in rest, relaxation, and wellness.
You may have heard the terms CBD Oil and CBD Tincture used interchangeably, but are they the same? And if you're looking for some CBD to incorporate into your wellness routine, which one should you go for?
Let's take a closer look.
- Most CBD oils are a blend of CBD extract and a 'carrier' oil, such as hemp or coconut oil.
- A CBD Tincture, on the other hand, is alcohol-based. CBD tinctures made from high-proof alcohol can have a bitter taste, so additives like sweeteners or glycerin are often added to make them more palatable.
What Is CBD?
The most important thing to know about CBD Oil is that it contains an active compound called cannabidiol, or CBD, which is usually extracted from cannabis plants. Marijuana and hemp both belong to the genus Cannabis, but the terms are not interchangeable.
Although related, marijuana and hemp are completely different plants - and their biggest difference is the amount of THC in each plant. Legally, hemp plants are defined as containing 0.3% THC or less, while anything above that is considered marijuana.
The vast majority of CBD Oil sold today is derived from industrial hemp, a plant that contains little THC while simultaneously being rich in CBD. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD doesn't cause psychoactive effects — you won't get high from it.
How CBD Mall Makes CBD Oil
CBD Mall stays on top of the CBD Oil production process, from organic hemp cultivation to third-party lab testing. We craft our CBD Oil from all-natural industrial hemp grown in the US in order to ensure dependability, efficacy, convenience, and safety for all our users.
Keeping all ingredients transparent, our products are pure, safe, and, most importantly, effective. We use top-quality equipment to extract CBD Oil from organic hemp sourced from farms across the country that is non-GMO, pesticide-free, and chemical-free. Furthermore, we only use top-notch equipment for safe supercritical CO2 extractions.
The process of making our CBD Oil is only half the story. CBD Mall offers you three types of CBD, all created to meet your specific needs.
Types Of CBD Oil
CBD Oil is an amazing asset to keep in your medicine drawer. But here at CBD Mall, we don't just offer CBD Oil; we offer a completely personalized CBD experience.
Some like it pure and unadulterated. Others want a little bit of a THC kick in their oil. And that's okay! Here at CBD Mall, we try hard to have something for everyone. So let's take a closer look at our types of CBD oil and what makes them so different.
Full-Spectrum CBD Oil
Our full-spectrum CBD formula offers its users the complete benefits of CBD and the perks of other elements and terpenes found naturally in industrial hemp-- including THC. Even though it contains trace amounts of THC, full-spectrum CBD rarely ever produces psychoactive effects, and if it does, they are almost unnoticeable.
Studies have shown that full-spectrum CBD offers more benefits than CBD isolate due to its large doses of organic cannabinoids other than just CBD.
- Contains CBD: Yes
- Contains THC: Yes
- Contains Other Terpenes: Yes
CBD Isolate Oil
CBD isolate, as the name may suggest, contains pure, isolated CBD without the presence of any other elements found in hemp. Through a rigorous extraction process, our scientists are able to remove cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids from the end product. CBD isolate offers a way to enjoy all the benefits of CBD while simultaneously avoiding interactions with other cannabinoids.
- Contains CBD: Yes
- Contains THC: No
- Contains Other Terpenes: No
At the end of the day, it doesn't matter what kind of CBD oil you prefer. At CBD Mall, we're sure to have something for everyone. You know what they say. Different strokes for different folks.
Using CBD Oil
1. Taking CBD Oil Sublingually
You can take CBD Oil by adding a few drops under your tongue, which is one of the most convenient ways to do so. Sublingually, CBD is absorbed into your bloodstream through your blood vessels. It is the fastest way to take CBD and only second to inhaling it directly into your lungs in terms of speed.
How To Do It: Place a few drops of CBD Oil under your tongue and let them sit for a moment or two. 15 to 15 minutes later, the oil will have bypassed your liver and stomach and successfully entered your bloodstream.
2. Mixing It With Food Or Drink
It is common for people to be put off by the taste of CBD Oil when placed under the tongue, so if you wish to mask this taste but still enjoy its benefits, there is a solution. Mixing CBD Oil into food or drinks is another easy way to take it.
How To Do It: Because CBD is fat-soluble, our carrier oil has already taken care of breaking it down for fast and seamless delivery into your system. No need to worry about how the oil will interact with other foods. Just drop some oil into your dressings, smoothies, or butter, and that's it!
One small downside about this method is that it creates a longer path for the CBD to reach your bloodstream, meaning it probably won't kick in until close to an hour after consumption. The good news is, however, that this method also results in longer-lasting benefits!
How To Dose CBD Oil
When taking CBD Oil, a key factor to consider is dosage. The amount of CBD Oil you should take can be tricky to figure out, as it depends on a variety of elements, such as your weight, body chemistry, and what you intend to use it for. You should always start small and drop your way up the dosing ladder for these reasons.
Suggestion: Start with 20mg of CBD a day and increase it by 5mg after every week. If that's too mild, you can always increase the amount of CBD you intake.
Some research suggests that taking 0.25mg of CBD multiplied by body weight in pounds is the right way to go.
If you don't love math (but love CBD), here's a simple formula to help you visualize how much CBD you should be taking:
(0.25 x Body Weight (lbs.) = Amount of CBD To Ingest (mg)
All bodies are different, so this formula may not work as well for you as it does for others. Dosage can be a trial-and-error process, but finding that sweet CBD spot is worth it!
The Benefits Of CBD Oil
In contrast to cannabinoids like delta 8 and delta 9, CBD Oil has the advantage of being non-psychoactive, meaning it leaves you buzz-free and ready to tackle any task without having to worry about impaired or hazy thinking. According to research, CBD Oil can help with:
- Improving sleep
- Managing aches and inflammation
- Everyday wellness
Reminder: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved CBD for any medical use whatsoever. The CBD sold by CBD Mall is not intended to cure, aid, or prevent any disease or illness.
CBD Oil or Delta 8 Oil?
As previously discussed, the main difference between delta 8 oil and CBD oil is that one is psychoactive and one is not. Delta 8 and CBD oils can be used in the same ways, including under the tongue and mixed in with foods. Unlike CBD, however, delta 8 oil makes for a mild psychotropic experience.
If you're looking to stay clear-headed, CBD oil is the way to go. But if you want a cool and relaxing psychoactive high, delta 8 oil is definitely worth a shot.
Some differences between CBD and delta 8 include:
- Pain management
- Insomnia relief
- Anxiety management
- Possible Downsides:
- Changes in appetite
Delta 8 Oil:
- Periods of intense happiness
- Calmness and tranquility
- Alleviation of discomfort
- Appetite boosts
- Dehydration of the mouth
- Bloodshot eyes
- Accelerated or decelerated heartbeat
The Latest On CBD Oil
CBD oil has already made its way into millions of Americans' lifestyles as a wellness supplement, an ingredient in skincare products, and a widely available product.
Because CBD is so popular, scientists have turned their heads in curiosity to learn more about the potential benefits of the cannabinoid. Recently, studies have shown CBD Oil may have numerous perks, but further research is the key to understanding the potential benefits of the cannabinoid.
With CBD as one of its main ingredients, Epidiolex is the first oral solution medication derived from cannabis approved by the FDA in 2018.
Similarly, Dr. Margaret Rajnic, a CBD-experienced medical professional, found positive results in a study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine that same year. It is important to note that these results are preliminary and cannot be translated into over-the-counter products.
There are more medical studies that show promising evidence, including one published in the National Library of Medicine. Even though CBD Oil is still in the research stage, it appears to be a good and beneficial product. CBD Mall ensures that you will always find the best CBD Oil on the market today, regardless of what the future holds.