Taking CBD for the first time can be intimidating. Especially if it is your first time taking a CBD product. There is no need to be frightened. You most likely will not immediately feel any different. CBD takes time. Taking any CBD oil is not going to change how you feel immediately.
CBD does not work the same way as THC. When a user takes THC, it has a direct effect on the endocannabinoid receptors in the brain. This reaction floods the brain with dopamine and serotonin. CBD does not have this effect. It takes time to build up in the system to make a positive impact on the endocannabinoid system.
CBD Pills Effects
For CBD to work, it must be taken consistently over an extended period. We recommend taking CBD for at least a month before deciding if you are benefiting or not from the product.
Taking CBD pills every day is believed to create healthy endocannabinoid production in the endocannabinoid system. This is a complex network of neurotransmitters (endocannabinoids), receptors, and enzymes. Scientists believe that a healthy ECS is responsible for balancing out major responses by the body.
A first-time user may ask, ‘what do CBD pills do?’ It can even be discouraging taking CBD for the first time and not feeling instant results. This is not how CBD works. CBD softgels work by stopping enzymes that inhibit the production of endocannabinoids. This process results in a more balanced self.
CBD Capsules Efficiency
CBD bioavailability means the amount of usable CBD in the body. Taking CBD edibles is believed to result in low bioavailability because much of the cannabinoid is wasted in the digestive system. For CBD to become available for the body to use it must be absorbed into the bloodstream.
The efficiency of CBD capsules varies. Some are encapsulated in a material that is easier absorbed by the body than others. Some CBD capsule and pill companies are using nanotechnology to create a product with higher bioavailability than regular CBD extract.
First-time users should start with a small dose. We suggest 10-20mgs. If this dose is well tolerated by the user, it is safe to increase the dosage.
Most scientific studies testing the medicinal properties of CBD use a dose of 25-75mg. We believe this is a reasonable dose. There is evidence that suggests that taking large amounts of CBD, especially in isolate form, loses its effectiveness as the dose increases.
Most experts believe that we do not need that much CBD to feel the benefits.
CBD Oil Tablets
CBD oil may be the most popular way to enjoy the benefits of this incredible hemp extract. For some, the taste is too strong. CBD companies have reacted to this concern by creating CBD oil tablets. These way users can swallow the CBD oil and do not have to let the strong earthy oil linger in their mouths.
This is also, why CBD edibles have become so popular. It is much more enjoyable if CBD is in your favorite snack. This method of delivery is less efficient. Taking CBD tincture or a capsule with a high absorption rate is believed to be more effective.
First-time users should expect anything from their CBD. They need to take CBD consistently for at least a couple of weeks before they can expect the CBD tinctures to make a positive change in their lives.
CBD takes time and consistency. When we understand how the ECS functions, this makes perfect sense. Give your CBD some time before it can build up in the ECS and promote healthy neurotransmitter production.