Hemp extract and cannabidiol (CBD) are gaining more popularity every day, with mounting scientific evidence in support of their positive effects on pain, inflammation, anxiety, depression, sleep, appetite, and more. If you’ve done your research, you’re probably excited to start your own regiment of CBD therapy. The only question is: how do you get started?
There are a lot of options out there for incorporating hemp extract into your life. Enliven Essentials offers a broad selection of hemp extract products, from vapes to hemp extract oil, so you can choose exactly what form and dosage works for you. For those of you who are new to CBD therapy or are looking for a better method to introduce it to your routine, we’re here to help. In part one of this series, we’ll go over one of the easiest methods to add CBD into your life: eating, swallowing, or otherwise ingesting hemp extract. As always, we encourage you to do your own research and consult your doctor or health professional to find the best form and dosage of hemp extract for you. Explore all of Enliven Essentials’ products today and start living your best life!
One of the most common ways people take CBD is ingestion, which means swallowing a form of hemp extract or eating it with food. There are many different ways to ingest hemp extract. There is also a wide range of products that are easy to introduce to your current diet, from hemp capsules to chocolate.
Ingesting hemp extract is one of the simplest ways to add CBD to your health routine, and there are a dozen ways to do it. Hemp extract oil is an incredibly versatile option, whether you want to ingest it alone or add it to food to create your own CBD edibles. Mixing it with other liquids or foods is a great idea if you are sensitive to the taste, and you can add it to smoothies, oatmeal, drinks, sauces, and syrups. There are also treats with CBD already incorporated and hemp extract gel capsules that you can take with your daily vitamins.
Eating, drinking, or swallowing hemp extract is a simple way to incorporate it into your life, but ingestion is a less effective method of delivery. Any medication or health supplements you take are affected by a process called “first-pass metabolism,” where the concentration of whatever you ingested is reduced as it passes through your digestive system. This makes supplements like CBD less effective, because less of the supplement is left to enter your bloodstream. The efficacy of your dosage also depends on what else you’ve eaten that day, which can make it harder to guess how much hemp extract you need to take in order to feel better.
If you want an easy, gentle method to introduce CBD therapy into your life, ingestion is a good choice. Enliven Essentials offers several products for you to try, like delicious dark chocolate squares with 10 milligrams of hemp extract each. For the most versatile product of them all, try our hemp extract oil. This CBD oil can be used in a variety of ways — keep reading to learn more!
CBD has many applications, from soothing anxiety and encouraging sleep to relieving pain and inflammation. There are also many ways you can add CBD therapy to your life. Swallowing hemp extract or ingesting CBD edibles is one of the simplest ways to add it to your routine, and Enliven Essentials offers plenty of options if ingestion is your method of choice. To learn more about all the different ways you can incorporate hemp extract into your life, look for more blog posts in this series. In our next post, we will talk about CBD topicals like balms, lotions, and creams. Explore Enliven Essential’s entire collection today to find a hemp extract product that works for you and start living your best life!
In compliance with FDA standards, Enliven makes no medical claims. We are not doctors or physicians. There is a large amount of scientific research on hemp extract and the ECS system from doctors across the world that has existed for decades. We encourage you to do your own research and talk to your physician or health and wellness practitioner about hemp extract. There are many sources online that can provide more information, but please remember that the Internet contains both valid and misleading information. We encourage you to vet your sources and make sure they are reputable.