The CBD industry can be overwhelming, just like any popular supplemental product. It feels like every day there are 20 new CBD products that “you just have to try,” and it can be a lot to take in for a seasoned CBD veteran, let alone someone who is new to the CBD world. To all of you CBD newbies asking the Universe “Where do I even start?”, this one is for you.
First things first- why are you wanting to use CBD? CBD can treat a plethora of symptoms, and the most common symptom one hears about is anxiety. For someone looking to treat their anxiety with CBD, taking a 10mg gummy in the morning is a great place to start. From there, you can see how your body reacts, give it a couple of weeks and see if you need to up your dosage or not. Everyone’s biochemistry is different, so it is really important to be conscious of your body and how it responds. If you are looking to treat sleep issues with CBD, I would give that same advice, except take your supplement at night.
Now, if you are a cannabis user but new to CBD, you are likely to have a bit more of a tolerance to the molecule versus someone who does not use cannabis, so it’s important to take that into consideration when wanting to try CBD products. A full-spectrum CBD tincture is a good place to start for someone who uses cannabis, as it would be stronger than just a 10mg gummy, and then you would work from there to see how your body responds and what it needs. The Aqueous tinctures and nano bullets are full-spectrum, while the gummies are isolate.
Long story short, it’s easy to get caught up in the vast world of CBD products. Before starting, examine your lifestyle and see where CBD can fit into it. Tinctures, gummies, and nano bullets are all great products, and it’s up to you to see which one you’d like to utilize.
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Of course, this is always the new year buzz, especially coming out of a year like 2020; chances are more bad habits have been made. Many of us got into new cycles that we’d like to break, change, or amend. Wine-to-wind-down more often than usual? Check. Netlfix on the couch more often than not? Yep, that too.