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Ultimately, we understand your CBD method of choice could potentially enhance overall wellbeing. And after observing and analyzing your specific lifestyle rituals, along with our commitment to putting nature and your needs first. We have created an innovative CBD product range to help support you on your journey.

That’s why we’ve put together a helpful guide to help you discover where to begin and find the best CBD method for you.

How to Take CBD Oil or Tinctures

Did you know you have endocannabinoid receptors in your skin cells too? The goods news is, with this method CBD can go straight to the source – easing joint or muscle pain and calming irritated or inflamed skin. It’s important to be aware how much CBD is in your topical creams and balms, as the potency can vary. Luckily for you, all Endoca CBD topicals have a high CBD content.

Here are our top 8 tips on how to use CBD oil in your day to day schedule:

This is a quick, easy and effective way of taking CBD. Using the up-titration method, use the pipette supplied. Drops should be placed under the tongue and held for 60 seconds.

First off, what is CBD oil? In the simplest terms, CBD oil is a highly concentrated liquid whose primary ingredient is cannabidiol (CBD). CBD oil is made by extracting CBD from the cannabis plant and then infusing oil with the extraction. Coconut and hemp seed oils are commonly used as the carrier oil.

The terms CBD oil and CBD tincture are often used interchangeably. However, their manufacturing process and administration procedures are actually entirely different.

What is CBD Oil?

The same advice applies to THC and CBD. Start low, and go slow. If you are not finding relief at 25 mg, gradually increase in the dose in 5 or 10 mg increments until you find your sweet spot. Some patients require as much as 200 mg per day or more. You may also want to consider using CBD oil with THC as many patients report that the two compounds work for them better together than by themselves.

Tinctures are made by soaking the cannabis plant in high-proof alcohol before applying low heat over an extended period of time. Producers may enhance the flavor of a tincture by adding carrier oils or other ingredients such as orange oil or other effervescent oils.

Tinctures come with a dropper so that patients can easily measure their dose. Patients can add droplets to food or beverages. Adding some tincture to tea is a popular administration method. Tinctures can also be administered sublingually or under the tongue.