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How to Take CBD oil
Frequently Asked Questions
about CBD oil
What are CBD oils and tinctures?
Cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD, is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant, with hemp typically containing higher concentrations of CBD. Tinctures have been historically made using alcohol with herbal extracts, but it is now common to find tinctures that are oil based. Carolina Cannabis Creations carries full spectrum CBD oils with more varieties coming soon!
How do I dose with CBD oil?
Our bottles of full spectrum CBD oil are 30mL, and each dropper can hold 1mL or 33mg of CBD oil. We recommend starting with 0.5 to 1mL and adjust the dosage and frequency as you see fit. See the above section "How to Take CBD Oil" for more.
How long until I see effects from CBD oil?
We recommend taking your Carolina Cannabis Creations CBD oil every day, around the same time for about 2 weeks before you notice effects. This gives the CBD oil time to build up in your system, so don't feel like you're at a loss if you don't notice effects after 2 days. Every individual is different, and you may need to increase the amount you take or change the frequency at which you're taking it. It can take some adjustment at first to find which amount of CBD oil is right for you, but once you do, you'll love the benefits!
What are the differences between full spectrum, Broad spectrum, and isolate?
While hemp is mainly comprised of the cannabinoid CBD, there are many other cannabinoids present in the plant and there may also trace amounts of THC. Legally, there may be up to 0.3 percent THC by dry weight. The inclusion of this small percentage of THC is considered full spectrum. The combination of CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids are thought to produce an entourage effect that increases their effectiveness when taken together.
Broad Spectrum is very similar to full spectrum as it also contains all of the other cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, such as CBG, CBN, and CBC. Broad spectrum does not contain THC, though, so this can be a great option for those who wish to leave out the THC.
Isolates are cannabinoids that have been extracted and singled out to contain just one type of cannabinoid. Some examples are CBD isolate, CBG isolate, and CBN isolate. These isolates can be very versatile and great for those seeking a particular kind of effect.