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The vast array of CBD related products tend to leave CBD newbies confused as to which treatment method may be right for them. These product types can be separated into two distinct application categories: Oral and Topical. By knowing the difference between the two applications and the advantages of each, you can better understand which CBD product is best suited for your needs.
CBD topical products include:
This method requires CBD drops placed underneath your tongue and held for 30 to 60 seconds before swallowing. The CBD gets absorbed through the blood vessels under your tongue and enters directly into the bloodstream. This process is usually done through Tincture related CBD products.
The CBD molecules have to first travel through your digestive system and make it to the liver where they are initially broken down; this process is known as the first-pass metabolism. After the liver metabolizes the CBD, the remaining compounds are sent to the bloodstream. Its due to this physiological process, that the result is less CBD being absorbed into the bloodstream. However, research indicates that the effects of ingested CBD last longer than any other application method.
Ingesting CBD will provide full body support, helping reduce anxiety and the effects of stress within our body, such as, high blood pressure, headaches, insomnia, and even stress related gut issues. Consuming CBD will also help reduce inflammation within the body that can then reduce pain caused by inflammation. As well as affect how our body processes pain due to interaction with our pain receptors throughout our ECS.
The several types of CBD Oral products include:
CBD Topical vs. Oral – Which is Better?
The better question is: “Which one better suite your needs?”
Using CBD topically allows the cannabidiol compounds to attach to the skin's cannabinoid receptors where the topical cream is applied. It works best if you have a targeted area where you need CBD the most. With CBD topicals, the cannabinoid compounds never get absorbed into the bloodstream; however, the effects of topical CBD are more concentrated because it isn’t spread thin throughout the entire body. It’s a suitable choice for people trying to relieve minor discomfort in joints and muscles or revitalize skin in distressed areas.
Between taking CBD sublingually and ingesting it, the sublingual method offers faster effects, allowing more CBD to enter the bloodstream since it avoids first-pass metabolism.