Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a non-psychoactive property that is derived from hemp plants. Frequently lumped together in the same category as tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, CBD offers the same benefits but without the same psychoactive effects. While CBD may seem like a new substance, it has been used for decades to remedy many different issues. Understanding the different CBD products available is the first step in utilizing this miraculous, natural substance to help you to heal.
There are many different types of products containing CBD oil currently available. CBD oil is simply a derivative of the plant, extracted using a carbon dioxide solvent. In its purest form, CBD oil can be found in many balms, lotions, and in capsule form. You can also purchase the oil and add it to edibles, depending on the need.
CBD wax is a semi-solid form of CBD. It’s often called live resin, crumble, or budder. To form the wax, CBD oil extract is treated in a way that it becomes solidified. CBD wax is typically ingested and is used to treat pain, anxiety, and other symptoms. However, this is a highly concentrated form of CBD and should be used with caution.
This all-natural isolate is as pure as CBD gets. The production process completely eliminates any contaminants and traces of THC. CBD isolate can be dissolved into carrier oil if needed or added to edibles. The description of the isolate describes the actual amount of CBD used in the product. For example, if the product says 10mg of isolate, it means that 10mg of CBD is present.
If treated in a certain manner, CBD isolate can be turned into crystals or sheets. These crystals can be ingested, similar to CBD wax, added to food, drinks, or smoked. They can also be made into creams or topical ointments as needed.
From CBD capsules to the extract itself, there are so many CBD products available. Finding the right dosage and product will ensure that your symptoms are alleviated. Visit TruInfusion to see our range of products.