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Tinctures or drops are the most popular way of taking CBD. For the best results, gently squeeze the dropper bulb and place the drops under your tongue. Then ...

What is Limonene?Limonene is an abundant terpene in many cannabis strains and various other plants. It's one of the primary terpenes that ...

Chances are that you or someone you know has been recommended a “THC free” or "zero THC" CBD oil with the guarantee that it won't make you test positive on a ...

Suppositories are one of the lesser-known ways of taking CBD, and probably the least popular. This isn’t too surprising, but they do have their place and are ...

Using Multiple CBD Products Isn't Uncommon The golden rule of CBD oil is that there is no “one-size-fits-all.” Most users have to experiment with different ...

When it comes to using CBD, you may have read or heard from others that it can get worse before it gets better. Perhaps you’ve even experienced it yourself ...

Is Copaiba Oil the "New CBD?"You may have seen advertisements by essential oil companies online calling Copaiba the "new CBD." But is it really? In this ...

What is High Blood Pressure?According to the Centers for Disease Controls and Prevention (CDC), one in every three American adults have high blood ...

Thinking About Vaping CBD?Vaping is one of the most popular methods of taking CBD. In fact, it's the second most popular way to take CBD behind only the ...

Risks of a Positive Drug Test When Taking CBD OilWith so many people now using CBD products to help with various conditions, it’s no wonder that drug ...

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  1. When you choose to ingest the cannabis product, it has to go through the entire digestive tract and is further metabolized by the liver. Its a much longer process and not all of it immediately hits your blood stream as it’s metabolized. It can be thought of like a natural “time release” effect by the body. Much of the cannabinoids are lost, hence the biavailability, but they are sent into the blood stream slower than sublingual (which is immediately sent into the blood stream, skipping first pass of the liver, so no natural “time release”). This is why it tends to last longer.

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