Hey Guys It's Brandy from Green Wellness Life https://www.greenwellnesslife.com/.
If you are curious about the different ways to include CBD oil orally, take a look at this video today. There are a few different ways on how to take hemp oil orally, such as tinctures, edibles, or capsules.
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Hey guys, it's Brandy from Green Wellness Life. It's been a bit since I've done a video, so I thought that I would chat with you today about different ways to include oral CBD in your diet. I get a lot of people asking, “What is the best way?” A lot of people assume that the raw extract is better than a tincture and better than a capsule, but that's not necessarily true. Quite frankly, if you're taking the same serving size in each different product type, at the end of the day you should see the same benefit. Now, it might take a different amount of time to activate and get to work in your system, but at the end of the day, you should see that same benefit. The big difference really is the other stuff that's included in that product and the volume, so the amount of product that you've got to get into your system to get that same serving size.
So, as an example today, I'm taking a 15 milligram serving size. So, we're talking about a raw paste, and the one I'm going to show you is the blue. So, this is decarboxylated, but not filtered. There is plenty of plant matter left in that guy. It's not super appealing looking, but you can see not much to it; that's about two grains of rice.
Now, in order to make a tincture, the manufacturers take that oil, and emulsify it with a carrier oil to thin it out and make it more palatable. Sometimes they add some additional ingredients like herbs, sweeteners, and other flavorings, but this is that same 15 milligrams. Now, this you can see is considerably more volume. You're putting a lot more stuff in your body to get that same serving size and this is just the raw extract along with olive oil.
But, if we're going to do it in a capsule, 15 milligrams looks just like this. That's one softgel – pretty much the same as that tincture where they took that decarb paste and then mixed in a little olive oil to make it more palatable.
So, I'm always going to tell you that the best CBD for you is the one that you'll actually take. If you know that you don't like liquids, don't do a tincture. If you don't want to deal with servings and measuring then do a capsule. If you want the biggest bang for you buck, then raw extract. You're not paying for the added ingredients, so it's going to be a little more cost-effective. It's going to taste like grass and dirt, but you saw from that little tiny two grains of rice that you don't need a whole lot.
The 15 milligrams I was showing you was meant to be a general serving size. It's not meant to be a recommendation for how much is right for you. For some people, 2-5 milligrams a day gets them to their optimal performance while other people need considerably more. It's all based on how your body processes things and it can take a little trial and error to find your best way. I'm always here if you've got questions. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org