What is CBD?
CBD is a naturally occurring chemical compound found in the cannabis plant. For years, CBD has been used to relieve a broad range of discomfort and improve overall well-being.
Unlike THC, another compound found in the cannabis plant, CBD is not psychoactive or intoxicating, and will not produce a high.
What is CBD Oil?
Unlike hemp oil that is extracted only from the seeds of a hemp plant, CBD oil is extracted using multiple parts of the cannabis plant.
Stalks, flowers, and other parts of the plant are used to source CBD compounds, which are expertly separated from other naturally-occurring elements found in the plant during the extraction process.
Where to Buy CBD?
In the rapidly expanding CBD market, there are thousands of merchants waiting to take your money for poorly-regulated or illegitimate, under-tested CBD products.
Protect yourself by making absolutely sure your CBD source publishes independent third-party testing with every product. Read each report thoroughly before consuming any hemp or CBD products.
At BestCBD Connect, each of our premium CBD products is supported with comprehensive third-party testing, and sourced from reputable farmers and manufacturers in the U.S.A. Learn more about our high standards and Purity Promise here.
How to Use CBD?
It's best to consume CBD products according to the recommendations on their individual packaging.
CBD topicals are often applied at the source of discomfort, but the frequency of each application depends on the product.
CBD tinctures are popularly consumed by placing each serving under the tongue, although some may prefer to consume these differently.
CBD pet product consumption is based on the size, condition, and temperament of your pet, and use should reflect the individual packaging recommendations.
What does CBD stand for?
CBD stands for cannabidiol, a naturally-occurring chemical compound.
What does CBD do?
As CBD is not regulated by the FDA, we try not to use medical terms, including pain, soreness, sprains, anxiety disorders, and other terminology that may require a medical diagnosis.
What BestCBDConnect can say, is that CBD products improve overall mood and sense of well-being, relieve anxious feelings, soothe discomfort and stiffness, improve radiance, relaxation, and flexibility.
While BestCBDConnect may stray away from mentioning medical terms, individual consumers don't have to be so careful, so dive into as many reviews and testimonials as you can to understand the user experience from first-hand consumers.
Learn more about the benefits of our products by exploring the product tabs above.
How to use CBD for pain?
CBD products that are marketed for relieving discomfort come in the form of topical CBD, CBD tinctures, CBD bath bombs, and a broad range of other CBD product options.
Basically, there is no right or wrong way to use CBD for pain. As long as you consume your CBD according to the packaging recommendations, you can expect soothing relief from discomfort, stiffness, and other unwanted symptoms.
How much CBD should I take?
CBD consumption depends on a number of factors.
1) Always purchase CBD based on your personal consumption patterns, as many products are available with different potency for beginners, regular consumers, etc.
2) A second factor to consider, that we can't stress enough here at BestCBDConnect, is to read the recommendations on the packaging of your chosen product before consuming it. Products have recommended serving sizes so you know you're receiving the desired effect.
3) Patience is key. Some CBD items, like high-potency tinctures or vapes, are absorbed quickly, while eatables like dried fruit take longer to work and relieve discomfort more gradually.
How long does CBD stay in your system?
Around a week is a good rule of thumb, however the actual effects of consuming CBD will not last this long.
How long does it take for CBD to work?
This depends on the CBD product you've chosen. CBD tinctures and topicals may start to relieve your discomfort quickly, while eatables like dried fruit and CBD gummies could take a bit longer, but may offer longer relief.
Do all products containing hemp oil have CBD?
No. The cannabis plant produces two species- hemp and marijuana. The hemp plant has far more CBD available than the marijuana plant, and very little THC.
Hemp oil is extracted from only the seeds of the hemp plant, which do not contain CBD or THC, but many healthy fats and other useful compounds.
How should CBD be stored?
A good general rule to follow is to keep CBD in a place with a consistent temperature, that isn't exposed to extreme conditions of heat or moisture.
This answer may change, however, based on each CBD product, so always check individual packaging for manufacturer recommendations.
What is the shelf life of CBD oil?
A year is a good rule of thumb, although this answer may change based on - you guessed it - individual product recommendations, so always check the label.
Longevity and quality of products long-term may also depend on the carrier liquid your CBD oil comes complete with. Making sure you're educated on each ingredient in your tincture or topical will only help ensure your CBD product stays fresh as long as possible.