CBD comes in different formats. You will find CBD Creams, e-liquids, oils, food and drinks. Each have their benefits, and their drawbacks. In this blog we are going to specifically look at what is better CBD e-juice, CBD drops or CBD cream. We will give you some pros and cons of each so you can make your own mind up on what will be best for you.
CBD for pain and inflammation
CBD has been known to help combat pain. It does this by interacting with our endocannabinoid system. This plays a huge role in helping to maintain homeostasis in the body. Researchers believe that CBD attaches itself to CB2 receptors in the brain helping to manage pain.
You might use CBD cream to help reduce inflammation and pain, by targeting a specific area. Rubbing a cream directly onto the source of pain may feel like it is going to get to the area faster. However, the CBD still has to pass through various systems to get there, diluting the CBD all the while. It may well feel quite nice to massage the area in pain with a cream, if it does keep doing it!
CBD drops go on the inside of your cheek where the skin is thin. It gets into your bloodstream much faster this way. The faster it gets into your bloodstream the faster it will take effect. A good thing about the drops as they can help with the pain you are feeling, as well as any other issues you may have. Such as anxiety, sleep problems, poor appetite, nausea and more. The drops come in different concentrations so you can choose what is right for you.
CBD e-juice is the most bioavailable form of CBD. In fact, it is the best selling form of CBD across the world. It can go in any simple vape kit, such as a pod or a starter kit. When you’re in pain you won’t want to be waiting around for creams to kick in (if they ever do). You will want instant results.
CBD e-liquid might not be for someone who does not like the idea of vaping. However, it does not contain any nicotine and is not addictive.
Which one will you try?
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