CBD Capsules

CBD capsules

Cannabidiol (CBD) is being used to treat a

variety of conditions, such as pain, inflammation, insomnia, anxiety, and

severe forms of epilepsy. It is one of many cannabinoids derived from marijuana

and hemp. You can consume CBD in several ways—vaping, ingesting, or applying

topically. CBD capsules are a convenient, taste-free way of ingesting CBD in a

controlled daily dose like a supplement. There are dozens of brands of CBD

capsules to choose from online and in retail stores, so how do you decide which

is the best option for you?

Types of CBD Capsules

Generally, there are three types of CBD

capsules:

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Full-spectrum CBD

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Broad-spectrum CBD

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CBD isolate

Let’s examine the details of these different

types of CBD oil.

Full-Spectrum CBD Oil Capsules

Capsules with full-spectrum CBD oil contain a

mixture of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds. You can think of it as

the unfiltered extract of hemp or marijuana. The main differentiator is that

full-spectrum CBD oil can contain both THC and CBD. However, in hemp-derived

CBD, this level is not sufficient to cause any psychoactive effects.

Broad-Spectrum CBD Capsules

Broad-spectrum CBD capsules are high in CBD

but contain no THC while retaining some of the other cannabinoids, terpenes,

and other compounds found in full-spectrum CBD.

Water Soluble CBD Capsules

CBD capsules are derived from hemp and contain 0.3 percent or less THC. CBD capsules containing water soluble

CBD are treated as supplements, have few regulatory compliance

standards, and limited legal restrictions.

Are there benefits from using one

type of CBD Oil capsules?

User experiences indicate that full-spectrum

or whole-plant extracts provide longer-lasting relief faster and superior

results to traditional high-quality CBD oil. Research is limited, but user experience suggests that

full-spectrum CBD capsules are beneficial for conditions such as:

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Inflammation

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General Anxiety Disorders

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Nausea and Vomiting

CBD capsules enable users to take

specific amounts of CBD oil in a controlled dose. CBD is thought to have a

beneficial effect for relieving conditions such as:

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Anxiety

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Depression

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Pain and Inflammation

CBD isolate capsules don’t have the flavor of

cannabis or hemp and may be better suited for cooking or blending into

beverages given the powder form.

Are CBD capsules legal to buy in

my state?

Most states restrict the sale and distribution

of marijuana-derived CBD capsules. All hemp-derived CBD is not considered

illegal by the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), though only one CBD product is approved by the Food

and Drug Administration (FDA). Some states don’t allow sales of cannabis

products of any kind, while states with legal cannabis can sell both THC and

CBD products. You can check online whether your state allows the

legal sale of CBD capsules, and if there are any restrictions by type of CBD.

What are the benefits of CBD

capsules?

CBD capsules or pills contain a specific dose

of CBD. There’s no need to measure out a dose, and you have greater control over

the amount you ingest. The effect of digested CBD tends to last longer, too.

Capsules are also an excellent alternative for

people who don’t care for the taste of CBD oil, and who don’t want the extra

sugar and other ingredients included in gummies and different types of CBD

edibles.

Look for CBD Capsules from a

Reputable Source

Determining if your CBD capsules come from a

reputable source may be challenging. Read all product labels and review

information on manufacturer’s websites carefully, so you are sure you

understand the product you’re buying.

Suggested information to review:

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Look for capsules made from

US-grown hemp, which is subject to regulation and quality standards.

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Check for a certificate of

analysis (COA) with independent laboratory test results for potency and

contaminants from a lab that meets ISO 17025 standards.

Considered supplements, CBD capsules are not

subject to the same stringent regulations as FDA-approved drugs. Verify that

the ingredients don’t contain extra fillers (excipients) you don’t want to

ingest. Common excipients in CBD capsules include starch, calcium, and lactose.

Some CBD users purchase CBD isolate powder and

make their own CBD capsules. Vegans may prefer the option of using non-gelatin

capsules. It can also be more cost-effective to make your own.

None of the information has been evaluated by the food and drug administration and product is not intended to diagnose,treat cure, or prevent any disease