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New To CBD?

You’re in the right place.

CBD (cannabidiol) is an all-natural cannabis compound that provides all of the medicinal benefits of cannabis without the feeling of being “high”, which makes it a great tool for re-stabilizing your consciousness after a night of fun.

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New To CBD?

You’re in the right place.

CBD (cannabidiol) is an all-natural cannabis compound that provides all of the medicinal benefits of cannabis without the feeling of being “high”, which makes it a great tool for re-stabilizing your consciousness after a night of fun.

Discover what you need to know

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FULL SPECTRUM VS. ISOLATE

Full Spectrum

If an extract is labeled “Full-Spectrum”, this means it contains all phytochemicals naturally found in the plant including CBD, trace cannabinoids, terpenes, and a negligible THC content, which is usually below 0.3% and does not affect the user.

Full Spectrum Qualities

• Allows the user to benefit from the entourage effect of the various phytochemicals (more effective for sleep, pain, and anxiety).

• The least processed form of CBD.

• Contains terpenes and flavonoids for additional health benefits.

• THC content may cause some side effects for those that are extra sensitive.

• Carries the natural flavor and aroma of hemp, which has a strong and earthy flavour

Isolate CBD

CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD, made by pulling it from the plant and removing it from all other ingredients. The advantage of using CBD isolate over other forms is that it has the highest concentration of CBD per serving. Isolates are usually 99% pure, so event though there is no entourage effect, many consumers still reap several benefits from CBD Isolate.

Isolate CBD Qualities

• The most concentrated form of CBD, and can be taken in high doses with no risk of psychoactive effects.

• Great for beginners and for daytime use.

• Odorless and flavorless; easy to cook with, add to beverages, and take sublingually.

• Doesn’t offer all the benefits of the entourage effect and may not be strong enough for some users; some users may not notice a difference.

How to take CBD

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1. EDIBLES & BEVERAGES

• Longest-lasting results of all CBD consumption methods. 

• A fun and delicious way to consume CBD Oils

• Several creative options of how to create (and eat) CBD edibles

• A discreet method – you’re just eating something!

• Can take up to 4 hours for effects to kick in

• Getting the right dose for your needs can take some trial and error

2. TOPICALLY

• Easy to use; applied directly to the affected area for pain and muscle soreness

• Provides the mildest effects of all the consumption methods

• Can be used to help with dryness, acne, and in a beauty routine

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3. DROPS & CAPSULES

• Easy to use and implement into a daily routine

• Discreet – can use in public easily without drawing attention

• Easy to control the dose

• Longer on-set time but with longer lasting effects.

• CBD Oils contain a higher potency of CBD compared to other forms

4. INHALATION

• Inhalation is the fastest way to consume and feel the effects of CBD

• Vaping distributes the highest concentration of CBD

• Users can control how much they consume easily

• An enjoyable way to relax, decrease anxiety, and mitigate pain in a short period of time

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How to take CBD

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1. INHALATION

Pros of Vaping CBD Oil:

• The fastest way to consume it and the highest concentration of CBD

• Can control how much you consume.

Cons of Vaping CBD Oil:

• Can be harsh on the lungs for some people.

• With high concentrations some people can consume more than they want.

• Requires extra purchases (CBD vape pen and accessories)

2. TOPICAL

Pros of Topical Application:

• Easy to use.

• Great for sore muscles and chronic pain.

• The mildest effects of all the consumption methods.

Cons of Topical Application:

• May require more CBD, since it is the mildest method.

• While the effects happen quickly, they don’t last as long in comparison to other methods.

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3. SUBLINGUAL

Pros of Sublingual Consumption:

• Easy to use.

• Discreet – can use in public easily without drawing attention.

• Easy to control how much you use.

• Long-lasting effects when taken this way.

Cons of Sublingual Consumption:

• Each person’s experience may vary.

• Oil takes longer to have an effect than the previous two methods.

• Some CBD tinctures contain alcohol — if you’re trying to avoid this, look for oils made with vegetable glycerin.

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4. INGESTION

Pros of Edibles:

• Longest-lasting results of all CBD consumption methods.

• Creative options of how to create (and eat) CBD edibles.

• Discreet – you’re just eating something!

Cons of Edibles:

• Can take up to 4 hours for effects to kick in.

• Getting the right dose can be tricky and takes some experimentation.

See what a drop can do

From dealing with the seasonal blues to managing chronic pain, CBD is an unstoppable force of natural healing. The uses are endless, and the list of health benefits-both mental and physical- continues grows each day.