Other Ways To Use CBD

Vape products containing CBD have risen to prominence over the last year. Since it’s legalisation in the UK, you can find many different flavours, concentrations and brands selling the wonder-extract in e-liquid form. Whether it’s being used for a medical condition or for your own personal use, CBD vape juice is the first port of call for many users.

That being said, there are plenty of other forms now on the market. Since it’s legalisation in the UK, many different kinds of companies have been experimenting with what they use CBD in. Whether that be food, CBD flowers UK, drinks, creams or tablets, there are countless other ways for you to enjoy this hemp derivative without having to invest in a vaporiser. Below are just some of the other kinds of cannabidiol products that are currently on the market for you to try and test.

CBD Edibles

Edibles are a broad spectrum and can be made of many forms of cannabidiol. CBD edibles can range from recipes infused with CBD oils or loose-leaf, which are very versatile in their applications. CBD by itself can taste pretty unappealing, and so mixing it into a great meal or dessert such as CBD gummies are the perfect way to enjoy your CBD.

CBD gummies

CBD concentrate can be added to your hot drinks and has become a very popular use in independent cafes across the country. There’s nothing quite like a relaxing shot of CBD in your coffee or tea, elevating an already comforting, energising drink to a new level.

CBD capsules

CBD capsules are usually administered as a daily vitamin and means that you are regulating your doses more than you would with the casual pick up and go vape liquid. CBD capsules often come packed with other vitamins and minerals, such as flaxseed and omega 3, which can help improve concentration and brain function.

CBD tinctures

CBD tinctures are versatile in how they’re used. If you can stand the bitter, herby taste, a few drops of this concentrated CBD oil onto your tongue can give you a full days worth of CBD usage. There are three different types of CBD oil concentrations, all of which are formed on a base substance of coconut or hemp seed oil, which is known as the “carrier” oil.

Broad-spectrum CBD oil contains not only cannabidiol but other chemicals found in the hemp plant including flavinoids and terpenes. However, broad spectrum does not contain any THC< which is solely reserved for full-spectrum CBD. Full-spectrum CBD contains the same ingredients as broad-spectrum, but also includes trace amounts of THC, never rising above 1 percent of the extract. CBD isolate, on the other hand, contains no other elements except for cannabidiol, which is why it is probably the most popular of the three types of oil tincture.

CBD Skin Creams

CBD infused skin creams are used for everything from moisturising to anti-inflammation. Whether it be to smooth out wrinkles on a daily basis, or for treating a sprain, ache or skin condition, CBD skin creams are readily available from many pharmacies and supermarkets.