CBD Therapies

Which Type of CBD Therapy Is Right for You?

CBD is derived and prepared into a variety of forms, each appropriate for different needs and lifestyles.


A CBD tincture is a dietary supplement that comes in liquid form and has a very potent cannabidiol content. Tinctures are taken by dropping a couple drops on or under the tongue. Dosage can range from 100mg-1000mg.


CBD sprays are typically the weakest in concentration among the various types of CBD products. The typical dosing of CBD in a spray ranges from 1-3 mg.


Edibles are foods or snacks cooked with CBD oil, butter or ghee. The effects of orally consumed CBD can last 4 to 6 hours—considerably longer and the onset is more gradual (30-90 minutes) than other forms of CBD, making edibles well suited for treating chronic conditions that require a steady dose of medicine throughout the day.


Taking CBD capsules is one of the easiest ways to add CBD to your life as a daily supplement. Capsules typically offer 10-25mg of CBD.


CBD - infused topicals can take the form of a lotion, balm, salve, or face cream, making them excellent for incorporating CBD into daily routines. CBD-infused topicals are a favorite item among people treating a variety of conditions including aches, pains, inflammation, psoriasis, cancer treatment, anti-aging, and acne. They are applied to the skin delivering localized relief.


CBD oils can be taken orally, sublingually, or applied topically. Concentrated CBD oils can also be utilized as an ingredient to vaporize or cook with. The time of onset and duration of effect vary depending on the method of administration.


Vaping with a vape pen or another device heats CBD oil without burning it, making it a healthier alternative to smoking. The active CBD ingredients are inhaled as a vapor and no smoke is involved.

When choosing CBD Products, Look For:

  • Clear Labels: Labels should always show the quantity and ratio of CBD per dose, manufacturing date, and batch number (for quality control).
  • Lab Tested: Look for products that are tested for uniformity and verified as free of pesticides, bacteria, solvent residues, mold, and other contaminants.
  • Quality Ingredients: Choose products with quality ingredients — no artificial additives, GMOs, corn syrup, or transfats.
  • Safe Extraction: Avoid products extracted with toxic solvents like BHO, propane, hexane or other hydrocarbons. Solvent residues are especially dangerous for immune-compromised patients. Look for products that entail a safer method of extraction like supercritical CO2.
  • Cannabis Not Industrial Hemp: Compared to whole plant cannabis, hemp is typically low in cannabinoid content. A considerable amount of hemp is required to extract a small amount of CBD, raising the risk of contaminants because hemp draws toxins from the soil.

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