CBD on the Go: Choosing Your Ideal Product

CBD on the Go: Choosing Your Ideal Product

You might have come across different CBD products in the market, including CBD On-the-Go, and with all the different items available on the market, it can be easy to get stuck in making the right choice. 

No doubt, this can be quite overwhelming, especially if you’re looking to try a CBD product for the first time. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered! Read on to learn how to choose your ideal CBD product.

CBD on the Go: Choosing Your Ideal Product

It is no secret that CBD (one of the cannabinoids present in the cannabis plant) offers a lot of health benefits, and many companies and brands are flooding the market with different products containing (or claiming to contain) this useful compound.

There’s hardly any online store or holistic medicine shop you would check out now that you won’t find CBD topicals, CBD gummies, CBD oils, CBD treats and other forms of CBD. These products are often sold for a wide range of potential uses.

A Brief Overview of the CBD Cannabinoid

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound (better known as a cannabinoid) that is present in cannabis plants and does not produce psychoactive effects. As many are aware, the psychoactive effect associated with marijuana (but not in hemp) is linked with delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Different companies extract CBD from the cannabis plant using different methods. This extraction process can yield a range of CBD types based on the varying diffusion result.

The three main types of CBD used mostly in products include the full-spectrum CBD (contains all phytochemicals in cannabis, including THC and terpenes), broad-spectrum CBD (contains all other compounds in cannabis except THC), and CBD Isolate (purely CBD with no other cannabinoid or compound present).

Broad-spectrum and full-spectrum CBD

Some research has shown that the full-spectrum CBD and broad-spectrum CBD produce clinical responses when used. The health benefits of these forms of CBD are not a result of only CBD, but a combination of all the phytochemicals working together through the cannabis plant, to produce what is known as the “entourage effect”.

A good full-spectrum CBD product that is ideal for relieving inflammation and pain is CBD On-the-Go. This product from Whole Circle Farms is a CBD-rich topical that is now available in a discrete and easy-to-use roll-on container.

The many forms of CBD 

CBD is available in a range of forms. However, most CBD products fall into the following main categories:

  • CBD topicals, such as lotions, creams, balms, and ointments (collectively known as topicals)
  • CBD edibles (such as CBD gummies)
  • CBD oils (including tinctures)
  • CBD oil capsules
  • CBD vapes (including wax and concentrates)

There are other forms of CBD products, including mist sprays, vaping liquid, CBD treats, and more.

Topicals

Topicals are products that you can apply directly to your skin. They come in lotions, ointments, tinctures, or balms. These CBD topicals are often manufactured with carrier oils and other ingredients. You need can be directly applied to your skin and joints.

Topicals such as CBD On-the-Go are now a popular product due to their benefits for inflammation and pain. This CBD salve can offer fast, long-lasting relief as it carries CBD through the dermal layers.

Edibles

CBD edibles such as gummies are available in different flavors, shapes, and potencies. The lower doses start from around 5 mg or above. If you’re new to CBD, it’s advisable to start at a lower dose and work your way up to larger doses, based on need.

Tinctures and Oils

CBD oils are often placed directly under the tongue and then swallowed. The potency, dose, and price vary, depending on the brand. The dose can be anywhere from 5 or 10 mg (mg). However, it is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and directions.

How to Choose Your Ideal Product

Considering the thousands of CBD products in the market and store shelves, it can be a daunting task picking what’s best for you. Here are some important factors you should consider when choosing a CBD product.

Consider the Intention

CBD can be effectively used for managing different conditions, and people take it for different reasons, mostly to manage pain, unrest, and to achieve more restful sleep.

It’s important to first decide on your purpose for purchasing a CBD product. If you experience pain and inflammation, using CBD topicals, which contains full-spectrum CBD oil, terpenes, and other essential compounds, could help you in experiencing relief.

Wait time for effects

When choosing your ideal CBD product, it’s important to consider how fast do you want to get your result. For skin conditions or joint pain, you might want to use a topical form of CBD, as it quickly delivers CBD to the affected area. 

If you suffer from nervousness, panic, and restlessness, these conditions often need immediate actions, and inhalable products like vape pens, atomizers offer fast-acting effects. However, always check with your physician before making changes to your health regimen, especially if you are already prescribed medication.

CBD products like tablets and capsules need to be digested before going into the bloodstream for action. Absorption can take anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes.  So if you want CBD to stay in your system for a prolonged period, these CBD forms are a great option.

When it comes to higher bioavailability, however, CBD oils do not need to be digested; they bypass standard digestive processes and offer a rapid effect.

Your schedule

The time and place you’re likely to take CBD can influence the right product for you. If you’re traveling or commuting, the edible products, tablets, and topicals (salves) are good options as it is easy to carry them for discreet use at any time of the day.

What is the correct CBD dosage?

It is often advisable to start your CBD routine with a small dose, and work your way up gradually after approximately 2 hours. First consider products with low potency options (up to 300 mg), at least until you can determine how your body reacts to CBD.

Capsules always come with a pre-measured dosage, which is ideal for anyone wishing to eliminate daily dosage calculations.

CBD oils are good options to start with, as you can easily track the amount with a dropper (usually provided with the product). You can also track its possible uses, such as topically, internally, or as an addition to meals and beverages.

Topicals like CBD On-the-Go come in 90 mg or 400 mg and it offers fast, long-lasting relief as it targets pain directly. The CBD in this Hemp CBD Salve is derived from locally-grown hemp in the United States.

CBD Formula

As we’ve mentioned earlier, there are three main types of CBD – Full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and Isolate.

Some products contain additional active ingredients such as coconut oil for skin, melatonin for sleep, or curcumin for pain relief. Always be sure to check the lab results and ingredient list of the product as well, to determine if the product is right for you and that the CBD content labeled is accurate. 

In Conclusion

CBD products come in an array of different forms and concentrations, and there are thousands of options in the market today. Always consider your purpose, the onset time, your schedule, the product dosage, and CBD formula before making your choice.

To find your ideal product however, it’s always best to make your purchase from a reputable, reliable source. This not only encourages best practices within the CBD industry, but it also helps to ensure you are receiving a quality product.

No matter the product you choose, ensure that the composition is clean. Research and look for companies that offer certificates of analysis. Consider the price, and ensure the seller is reliable and transparent. Early Fruit Hemp Co is a trusted company and all our products are third-party lab tested and don’t include a high level of THC, harmful impurities, or artificial additives.

You can get this product –CBD On-the-Go– and get fast, long-lasting relief from pain and inflammation on the spot.

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