You may be a die-hard convert to one method, or prefer to try both before making up your mind.
We’ve outlined the main differences between our CBII CBD oil and capsules in this handy table below. These differences just relate to CBII products, not capsules or tincture oils as a whole:
How you choose to take your CBD comes down to personal preference. For example, you may dislike the taste of an oil and prefer to take a capsule, or perhaps you don’t like swallowing capsules so you prefer the dropper form. There is no right or wrong when it comes to CBD but there are a few differences between the two oral methods.
Two of the most popular ways to take CBD is as an oil either in a tincture that is delivered in drops under the tongue via a liquid dropper bottle or in capsule form.
As there are some differences between CBD capsules and CBD oils taken via a dropper bottle, you can weigh up the differences between the two as well as consider what’s best for your individual lifestyle before making your choice.
With the oils in the dropper bottle, you have the freedom to experiment with different dosages to find what works for you (just be sure not to exceed 70mg of CBD per day – the maximum amount as advised by the Food Standards Authority, unless recommended by a healthcare professional).
The best part about the oils as opposed to the capsules is that you can tailor the strength to suit you. Our oils come in a choice of three strengths: 100 mg, 200 mg and 500 mg and we also have additional high-strength CBD bundles for those who are confident taking CBD.
CBD Oils are Easier to Swallow
CBD Capsules are More Discreet
What’s the Difference Between CBD Oils and CBD Capsules?
With so many different types to choose from, shopping for CBD products can be tricky. Let’s compare two of the most common forms and take a look at the difference between CBD oils and CBD Capsules.
CBD Capsules are Less Messy
They Offer A More Flexible Dosage