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How to Empower Your Wellness with CBD

In 2021, CBD is already a hit, so you most probably have already heard about it yet feel unconfident in choosing one of the trendy products and wonder how to use it to empower your wellness. Getting started with cannabidiol may bring many questions, and if you wonder how it can affect your body and mind and how to use CBD to see the best results, here’s everything you need to know.

What is CBD?


CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a compound in cannabis plants – hemp and marijuana. Although they share many similarities, hemp and marijuana differ in THC content – the psychoactive compound in cannabis. While marijuana can contain up to 30% of the psychoactive THC and make users’ high’, hemp contains only trace amounts of THC (up to .3%) and is abundant in CBD.

CBD has been growing in popularity since the 2018 farm bill made hemp and its derivatives federally legal for purchase and consumption. Now, CBD products have already made their way to countless stores and millions of Americans’ Routines.

How does CBD affect the Body and Mind?


One of the primary reasons so many people feel confident to give the new trendy ingredient a try is because, unlike marijuana or THC, it doesn’t produce any mind-altering symptoms, is non-addictive, and is safe to consume daily.

CBD produces different effects amongst consumers, but it doesn’t provide unwanted side effects and consequences like THC.

CBD works by interacting with and activating Endocannabinoid receptors in the human body throughout the endocannabinoid system (ECS). 

The relatively newly discovered system plays a crucial role in many bodily functions, including pain, memory, and homeostasis – the body’s ability to maintain internal balance. The system functions by human endocannabinoids binding to ECS receptors – CB1 and CB2 predominantly existent in the brain and nervous system.

Plant-based cannabinoids like CBD are similar to human endocannabinoids created within our bodies, so they act similarly to them after consumption and activate ECS receptors. CBD products can supply ECS with cannabinoids but without causing mind-altering symptoms.

How to Use CBD for Your Wellness?


One of the most crucial steps in gaining the maximum benefit from CBD products is choosing the right one for your needs. When you want to address specific skin conditions with CBD, topicals might be a better option than CBD edibles. When you expect CBD to deliver an immediate result, you may find tinctures to help better than softgels or edibles.

The most common CBD product types include: 

Orally administered solutions:

  • tinctures
  • softgels
  • edibles

And topical products:

  • CBD creams
  • lotions
  • soaps
  • gels
  • moisturizers

Which product you choose depends on your goals, lifestyle habits, and preferences.

Those with an active lifestyle usually add topicals to their workout regimen. Others who want to try CBD for skin problems include CBD topicals into their skincare routine; some look for fast results and try tinctures, while others prefer mixing CBD with their foods and drinks. Tinctures are the best-loved product amongst newcomers. It allows measuring the amount of oil carefully and gradually increases the amount to consume with a convenient dropper. Softgels, edibles, and topicals, on the other hand, come in premeasured CBD doses and offer an effortless way of CBD consumption. Luckily, mixing different CBD products is safe, so you don’t have to pick only one product but can combine them as needed.

Isolate vs. Broad-spectrum, vs. Full-Spectrum CBD Products


When shopping for CBD products, you will see three main types of CBD – these are:

  • CBD Isolate
  • Full-Spectrum CBD
  • Broad-Spectrum CBD

Although THC in trace amounts (~0,3%) is federally legal to consume, many like to stay away from products with THC, so they choose pure CBD over other products. CBD Isolate powder contains no other ingredients than CBD. Many consume it either sublingually or by adding the powder to food and drinks or using it for homemade CBD products.

Per the theory – the entourage effect, when more than one cannabinoid is consumed, they are more effective and deliver better results. Therefore, CBD isolate may not be as powerful as other CBD products combining numerous active ingredients in hemp.

Full-spectrum CBD comprises cannabis plant extracts such as CBD, terpenes, flavonoids, and the psychoactive THC in federally legal amounts, so they might deliver better outcomes.

However, those who like to stay away from THC but still want to benefit from multiple cannabis extracts can try broad-spectrum CBD. It combines a range of cannabis ingredients but is free from THC.

Nano vs. Traditional CBD


No matter how much CBD you consume, your body usually absorbs less of it.  The percentage of the compound absorbed by your body after processing CBD is called bioavailability. 

Because CBD extract is an oily substance and only mixes with oil-based ingredients, our bodies comprising mainly of water will not fully absorb all the cannabinoids in the oil.

However, with the innovative nanoemulsion technology shattering CBD molecules into nanoparticles, CBD can dissolve in water substances. Our bodies better absorb nano CBD due to higher bioavailability. So, you may want to shop for nano CBD when looking for faster and more robust results.

Beware of Mislabels Products


Unfortunately, not all products you see at stores provide the same quality, and what’s worse, 70% of CBD products are mislabeled and can be ineffective and harmful to your health. 

One of the biggest concerns with mislabeled CBD products is their THC content, which can be more than the federally legal amount and cause unwanted mind-altering effects and consequences such as failed drug tests.

And finally, such products may not contain CBD at all or feature much less than the indicated amount, so you’ll not see the desired results and invest in an ineffective product that won’t benefit your wellness.

Look for Third-Party Lab Test Results


Writing labels and making unproven claims is simple, but you need to be well-assured that the labels are accurate and what you consume is safe and effective. Reputable brands offering high-quality solutions prove their products’ quality through third-party lab testing and make results available to their customers. It helps you understand if the product provides quality and if it will drive the desired results.

How Much CBD to Take?


How much CBD to take to see its results is the most commonly occurring question we hear from our customers, and although we’d love to provide you with a simple answer, CBD dosage varies across consumers. The best way to determine what amount works for your body is by starting small, around 10mg CBD per day, and gradually increasing the intake.

Get Started With Safe and Effective CBD at His Grace Organics


We, at His Grace Organics, pride ourselves on the quality of our products. Our products are made from Non-GMO organic Hemp, using state-of-the-art technology in our GMP-certified facilities. They are third-party lab tested to make sure each product delivers the expected results. Here you can shop for pure, clean, and high-quality CBD that is safe and effective. Here you can choose CBD oral products such as softgels, tinctures, and gummies, and CBD topicals in the form of cream, lotion, and relief rub.:

All our products are:

  • Premium Grade,
  • Made in the USA,
  • 3rd Party Tested,
  • Gluten-Free,
  • Natural,
  • Farm Bill Compliant,
  • Pesticides Free,
  • Free of Metals and harsh Chemicals.

Get started today and receive the highest quality CBD you can trust straight to your door!

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