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CBD Helps with
- Reduces Stress
- Reduces Anxiety
- Reduces inflammation
- Reduces Need for Tobacco and Nicotine Products
- Works with Your CBD Receptor that helps function your nervous system
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How to Use CBD Isolate
CBD Isolate offers a level of versatility unmatched by other CBD supplements. You get to decide how potent you want your daily CBD supplement to be, and with no odor or flavor, CBD isolate can be taken by itself or integrated into a number of products.
As you’re measuring out your CBD servings, keep in mind that CBD isolate is over 99% pure. CBD Isolate contains 990 mg of CBD, so each milligram of the powder represents close to a milligram of active CBD.
Ideally, you’ll want to use a scale that measures small weights in milligrams so you can accurately measure your potency. If that’s not an option, you can also purchase 10 mg scoops online to help you accurately measure out the isolate powder.
The power is in your hands! Here are the various ways you can use CBD isolate:
Place it Under the Tongue
The easiest, most no-fuss way to take CBD Isolate is to place a bit under the tongue and let it absorb for 60-90 seconds.
Mucous membranes in your mouth will absorb the CBD compounds and deliver them directly to your bloodstream where they can get to work by interacting with cannabinoid receptors.
Make Your Own CBD-Infused Oils
With no taste or odor, CBD isolate seamlessly blends into coconut, palm, and avocado oils. Once your oil of choice has been infused with CBD, you can:
- Infuse it into your morning coffee or post-training smoothie
- Stir it into your pre-workout Greek yogurt
- Massage it topically into your sore muscles
Do keep in mind that CBD has a boiling point of about 160-180°C (320-356°F). If you cook with CBD at temperatures higher than its boiling point, you’ll likely degrade the compounds and lose some potency. If you do cook using CBD isolate-infused oils, aim for lower cooking temperatures.