Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis remedies are available in many forms and can be utilized in various ways. The most appropriate delivery system for therapeutic cannabis is one that provides an optimal dose for a desired duration with few unwanted side effects.

Cannabis Oil Extracts

Cannabis oil extracts can be taken orally, sublingually or applied topically. Concentrated cannabis oil extracts can also be utilized as an ingredient to vaporize or cook with. Some cannabis oils come with an applicator for measured dosing. These oil extracts—CBD-rich and THC-dominant—are very potent. The time of onset and duration of effect vary depending on the method of administration.

Tinctures

Tinctures are herbal remedies in which the active ingredients of cannabis are dissolved in alcohol or another solvent most commonly Ethanol. Their effect, duration and dosing are similar to that of edibles.

CO2 extraction though is considered the safest, cleanest, more scientifically controlled method of extraction. The extracted oil is very pure, with a very clean taste and flavour.

Tinctures are available in wide range of flavors that freshen your palate and immediately goes into the bloodstream via sublingual region.

The potency of the CBD hemp oil tincture is therefore quite high and useful especially dealing with nausea, anxiety, pain and bodily inflammation.

CBD hemp oil pure concentrates

The CBD isolate is usually 99% pure CBD extracted from non-GMO hemp. The oil from hemp plant is purified, and excessive waxes are removed producing CBD powdered concentrates.

This CBD concentrates has no smell or taste to it, and also free from measurable amounts of THC, hence safe to use! CBD isolates are best for obtaining high levels of CBD per serving. Since it has no flavor, CBD isolates can be used via vaping and oral consumption.

Sublingual Sprays

Sublingual sprays are made from cannabis extracts that may be mixed with another substance like coconut oil. The cannabis concentrate is sprayed under the tongue and quickly absorbed through the oral mucosa. First effects are generally felt within 5 to 15 minutes. Sublingual sprays are a good option for consistent, discreet, and timely cannabis dosing. There is no preparation involved and no lingering smell from smoking.

Edibles

Edibles are foods or snacks cooked with cannabis-infused oil, butter or ghee. The effects of orally consumed cannabis can last 4 to 6 hours—considerably longer than inhaled cannabis. But the onset of effects is much slower (30-90 minutes) than for inhaled cannabis or sublingual sprays. The slow onset and longer duration make edibles well suited for treating chronic conditions that require a steady dose of medicine throughout the day. The biggest risk with orally administered cannabis is overconsumption. The longer time of onset makes it more difficult to titrate dosage. One should proceed cautiously by taking a small dose of an edible and waiting at least an hour before deciding if more is needed. Edibles may not be appropriate for someone suffering from nausea, vomiting or lack of appetite.

Capsules & Gel Caps

Cannabis oil can also be taken in a capsule or gel cap like a vitamin or supplement. The effect, duration and dosing are similar to that of edibles.

Capsules are one of the extensively used CBD hemp oil product available in retail as well as online market.

These capsules are majorly used because of its natural mode of consumption. In a small bottle, there are usually 30 CBD capsules.

Capsules are formulated with a mineral like calcium or powdered turmeric to enhance the flavor along with nutritional benefits. One capsule twice a day is essential to add CBD hemp oil supplement to your diet.

Cannabis Teas

Cannabis prepared as an herbal tea will include significant amounts of CBD and THC in their raw “acid” form (CBDA and THCA) because the heat required to steep tea is less than the temperature necessary for “decarboxylation,” which transforms CBDA into CBD and THCA into THC. Cannabis tea is not inebriating because cannabinoid acids do not bind with receptors in the brain. CBDA and THCA appear to have significant therapeutic properties, but there has been little research on these compounds.

Juices

Raw cannabis juice made with a blender will contain CBDATHCA, and the other non-psychoactive cannabinoids since it’s also not heated. It is difficult to gauge a precise dose using this method of administration, but the health benefits are potentially significant.

Topicals & Salves

Cannabis tinctures and oil can also be infused in a balm, lotion or ointment and applied directly to the skin. Patients report that cannabis topicals can be effective for pain, inflammation, infections, and skin conditions. Because they are applied externally, topicals and salves are not inebriating.

Vaporizing

Vaporizing with a vape pen or another device offers the same immediate benefits of smoking. But since a vaporizer heats the cannabis flower or oil without burning it, the active ingredients are inhaled as a vapor and no smoke is involved. This makes it a healthier alternative to smoking.

CBD beauty products

Since beauty market is immensely flourishing in today’s world, some beauty products along with CBD content in them are widely available for online purchase.

These CBD infused beauty products include skin exfoliator, cleanser, skin moisturizer, toner, day and night serum and therapeutic skin soak.

CBD hemp for pet health

Along with several different CBD hemp oil products available for purchase, an inclusive treat for your pet is also conveniently obtainable from the online market where you can shop sitting at home.

From CBD bacon-flavored biscuits for dog treat to oral sprays, veterinary strength and relaxation remedy for pets are widely available through online purchase.

Smoked Cannabis

Cannabis is typically smoked in a pipe or joint. When inhaled, CBDTHC and other compounds are absorbed by the lungs, into the blood, and cross the blood-brain barrier. The first effects of inhaled cannabis usually occur within a few minutes, and gradually wear off after 2-3 hours. Smoking is often effective for treating acute symptoms that need to be addressed quickly, such as painful spasms, nausea, and vomiting. It is fairly easy to titrate the dose by inhaling. If the effect is insufficient after a few minutes, one can take another puff until the desired effect is achieved. But smoke contains noxious substances that may irritate the lungs so other types of therapy is advised depending on your condition and preference.

 

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