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cbd tablets vs oil

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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.

CBD OIL

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.

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.

Our CBII CBD oils are higher in strength than our capsules and are also suitable for vegans (our capsules are not because they contain gelatine).

With all of the available information on CBD oils vs. CBD capsules, the choice is really yours to make. After all, if one format was 100% better than the other, there would be no need to sell both!

They Have Higher Bioavailability

CBD Capsules Have no Texture or Flavor

What Are CBD Capsules?

For those that find capsules and softgels a challenge to consume, CBD oils are the perfect solution. Aside from being easy to swallow, CBD oils are odorless and flavorless, which means you’ll hardly notice the drops going down until you benefit from their effects.

Because of their convenient eye-dropper format, CBD oils can easily be added to your favorite foods and beverages. Whether you want to mix CBD oil in with your breakfast cereal in the morning or your Gatorade post-workout is up-to-you, but either way, it’s nice to have options available.

They Offer A More Flexible Dosage

CBD Capsules Take the Guesswork Out of Dosage