CBD oil use: how, how much, when and why?

CBD oil is now widely used by people who want to support their health or well-being naturally. However, there are still many people who have questions about the use of CBD oil. That is why we are dedicating an article to explain a few things and guide you on the how, what and why around the use of CBD oil.

Use CBD oil
CBD oil is a popular substance that is widely used by people who want to support their health or well-being naturally and this could be for a number of reasons. You can find some of them later in this blog. The reason there are so many different reasons why someone uses CBD oil has to do with the function of the cannabinoid in the body.

After use, cannabidiol (CBD) binds to receptors in the body’s endocannabinoid system (ESS). This communication network is responsible for regulating almost all processes in our body. And because the CBD is able to communicate with this network, it can also influence all these processes. In fact, the herbal cannabinoid brings the necessary balance back into this system so that your body is able to function as it should.

Learn more about how CBD oil works: “how CBD works: the endocannabinoid system (ECS) explained”

Which CBD oil to use?
However, not all CBD oils are the same. Firstly, there is a big difference in the quality of cannabis oil available. Although there is a lot of junk on the market, fortunately you know you are safe with an ISO certified producer like Dutch Natural Healing. However, we also offer many different types of CBD. Which CBD oil should you use?

Unfortunately, you often have to rely on yourself to cope with this. Ultimately, the search for what works well for you is very personal and we can’t fill it in for you! This depends on your physical condition, your preferences and the way you plan your days, for example. But based on the feedback we’ve received from millions of people around the world, we can probably help you. So contact us to discuss which CBD oil you can best use for your personal situation.

How do you use CBD oil?
Once you understand which product you are going to use. Of course you want to know how you use CBD oil. Generally, CBD products are diluted with a carrier oil such as hemp seed oil. This can also be grapeseed oil, olive oil or coconut oil. To name a few examples. This oil makes the originally thick, unworkable CBD paste, nice and moist. This makes it easier to use and allows you to get a better dose of CBD.

To use CBD oil, you can often take a few drops under the tongue. The experienced consumer does this off the cuff, but it definitely takes some practice! If you are just starting out with CBD oil, it is recommended that you use a mirror. This helps to target and measure the drops correctly so that you don’t take too much (or too little) unnecessarily. In addition, you can also drip CBD oil on a spoon or on your hand to lick it. Keep in mind that some CBD may remain on the spoon or in the hand. Use an extra drop every now and then to compensate for this loss, if you prefer this method.

When to use CBD?
Since you won’t get a psychoactive effect from CBD oil, you can actually use it throughout the day. Depending on the symptoms and the desired effect, some consumers are already starting to use CBD in the morning. Others only use it in the afternoon, just to help them sleep better or when they experience an increase in their symptoms. This is very personal and may depend on your personal situation, the product chosen and the desired result. Contact us for more information on when you can use CBD oil.

Why CBD oil is used
As mentioned earlier, there are several reasons why people may use CBD oil. For example, CBD oil is used against:

CBD is very versatile because of the special interaction this cannabinoid has with our body. In our blogs you can read more about the potential effects of CBD oil use and the preventative benefits of CBD use

Source: dutchnaturalhealing.com

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