For most, cannabis is still an illegal, euphoric substance. It is also in some forms, but with cannabis oil containing exclusively CBD, it is perfectly legal to take. If you would like to try CBD oil, here’s how to typically use CBD oil.
Before starting to list the most frequent ways, it is important to point out that you should not take any food or liquid for 15 minutes after you have taken cannabis oil. In this way you get the optimal effect out of the oil.
Dosage of cannabis oil in the CBD CAPSULES depends on the strength of the oil and your purpose of consuming the oil. Unless you talk to your doctor about it, the best approach is to try. We recommend that you start small and then build on until you find the right dose for you.
The most common way to consume cannabis oil is by ingesting the oil orally. You can do this by placing a drop of oil under the tongue and swallowing it. Cannabis oil has a strong taste, so if you can’t keep the taste out, you can rinse it with some water or some other non-alcoholic liquid. If you can avoid it, it is best not to rinse with water or other liquid to get the most out of the drop.
In evaporators / e-cigarettes
Cannabis oil can be consumed in evaporators / e-cigarettes that help ensure you get the good substances in the oil (cannabinoids) and reduce the content of the bad substances (the toxins). Therefore, we recommend that you read through your evaporator / e-cigarette guide before using it to get the most out of your cannabis oil by heating it to the optimum temperature.
In food / drink
A popular way to consume cannabis is through food. The most well-known form of food with cannabis is hash cake. However, there are many other options for cooking with cannabis oil. You can read about our recipes for food with cannabis oil here.
Before you start using cannabis oil in your cooking, it is important that you are aware that the oil is not suitable for heating. It should therefore not be used to cook food. Cannabis oil is therefore most suitable for cold dishes, salads, smoothies, dressings and dips.