Basics on getting started with CBD

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Video Transcript:

Hey guys, it’s Brandy here with Green Wellness Life! We make a fair number of videos and most of those are product focused. We talk through the products & the options that we have at Green Wellness Life and how you would use them.

When you call us, though we talk a little bit more about CBD. We want for a few questions to help you choose if you’re someone starting out with it and just understand in broad form the products that are available to you & how best to use those. We thought that that might be helpful in a video format as well, so if you’re not able to give us a call hopefully, this will give you what I consider to be the basics on getting started with CBD in a four minute or so nutshell.

So, first you need to choose your daily supplements. The best CBD is the one that you’re actually going to take. I say that often and I mean it, don’t buy a product if you’re not comfortable with that product type that just doesn’t make sense.

So, here are the basic options for that daily supplement. The first is going to be a raw extract, no added ingredients there. Raw extract is simply that tubed CBD extract and an oral syringe that you’re going to put right into your mouth usually, we measure those servings in terms of grains of rice; great if you are looking to put just the CBD in your body and nothing else. Otherwise, it’s not a super good option for people that are just getting started. An oral syringe is a weird package type it just is.

The next option is going to be a tincture for you, so that’s a liquid that, that raw extract has been added to a base oil and sometimes a flavoring to make it a little bit more palatable, make it a pure liquid and therefore easier to take those come in a dropper top or a spray top bottle. CBD naturally tastes like grass and dirt. So, you need to consider if you’re looking at a tincture whether, that’s okay with your palate and you’re okay with that real earthy flavor or if you need something with added flavor to ensure that you’d be comfortable taking it every day. You’re the only one who knows that.

Tinctures are awesome for flexibility of serving size, super easy to take a little bit more or a little bit less. This is usually my starting point that I recommend for people, as long as you’re comfortable with the liquid. I’m just due to that flexibility of serving size I love it as a starter product.

Capsules are the other option. We’ve got soft gels and powder capsules lots of options out there to choose from. At the end of the day, it’s going to work as well as that raw extract or a tincture would for you. Now initially, going to take a little bit longer to get to work for you, your body’s got to digest it before it can put it to use; so that’s something to consider but long-term, you should see those same great benefits. Can’t beat the convenience in the standardized serving as well, it makes it super easy. So, the amount of processing that goes into that daily supplement is something else that you need to consider. Few basic options there, are you okay with a trace amount of THC, 0.3 percent or less is that legal limit on all hemp-based products. So, you really are talking about a trace amount, but you’re the only one who knows if you are comfortable with that or if you’d rather be looking at a product that’s made from a CBD isolate and is therefore a zero THC. There’s also some unique benefits to using a raw or a CBDA product, especially if you’re someone who’s living with chronic pain; can tend to be more energizing and calming but that is something else to consider when you’re looking at the type of CBD that’s going into the product.

So, that’s kind of it for the daily supplements and then we would look at whether you need a booster or a topical. Any product that gets to work more quickly, but doesn’t last as long as what I would consider to be a booster. These are products that you don’t necessarily take daily – vape, gum, mints are great examples of that. We’ve also got CBD foods now gummies, coconut snacks. Easy way to include CBD in your day, but aren’t necessarily something that you’re going to take daily. Do the cost or simply the fact that no matter what we do, we can’t kind of gummy a health food I just can’t, as much as we want to, I’ll give you that. Now, CBD also can work from the inside out as well as from the out and in, keep that in mind. If you’re dealing with muscle and joint issues or inflammation that’s visible on your skin, varying taking that internal CBD along with something topically on your skin it might be a real benefit for you.


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