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- Reduce Stress
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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
If you like the idea of creating your own edibles, CBD Isolate. The powdered CBD can be easily added to your favorite foods and beverages.
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.
Vape CBD Isolate
Deliver CBD to your bloodstream faster by using CBD Isolate to produce pure, CBD-rich inhalable vapor. Vaping CBD allows the compounds to bypass your digestive tract and reach your bloodstream quicker for faster effects.
With a vaporization point of around 180-200°C (356-392°F), our CBD isolate can also be vaped or dabbed using a special water bubbler or a vape pen. Already have a favourite vape concentrate? Add a bit of CBD isolate to boost the concentrate’s CBD levels.
Blend CBD Isolate Into Honey
Blend your CBD Isolate into honey or agave nectar to make a sweetly flavoured CBD food supplement. All you need is a double boiler or to use a similar steam-heating technique to dissolve the pure CBD powder into your favorite brand of honey.
Once the honey is infused with CBD, you can stir it into your morning tea or smoothie. Maybe dollop of the honey to your favourite yogurt or drizzle it over fruit bowls or over avocado toast for a delicious and balancing breakfast.
Boost the CBD Potency of Your Other Supplements
Already have a favorite CBD supplement and looking for a way to integrate more CBD into your system?
If you already take daily CBD and are looking to increase your intake even more, you can use CBD Isolate to give your existing CBD supplements a boost in potency. Free of taste and smell, CBD isolate is ideal for blending into your own CBD oils and tinctures.
CBD isolate can easily be added to hemp oil supplements tinctures to increase their base milligrams of CBD per serving.
The chemical compounds responsible for the way marijuana effects users are known as cannabinoids. The cannabis plant contains about 85 cannabinoids, with the two most widely discussed being CBD and THC. While THC is what is responsible for cannabis’ psychoactive properties, Cannabidiol (CBD), is non-psychoactive and comes with a lot of healing properties. CBD isolate is what it sounds like: the extraction of CBD from the cannabis plant so that the subsequent product is “pure” CBD. Companies that do this use some kind of extraction process, likely CO2. They remove unwanted plant material from the extraction, giving you a concentrated CBD isolate, which only amplifies the healing properties of the cannabinoid.
CBD Isolate is Perfect for Medical Patients
Because it’s already been decarboxylated, there is no need to vape CBD isolate to recieve its benefits. You can simply ingest the isolate and let it go to work. Also keep in mind that consuming isolate (as opposed to smoking a high CBD strain of cannabis) yields you higher concentrations of CBD in smaller amounts, making it a great medicine for those who need it.
CBD is a powerful anti-inflammatory and regulator of gastric motility, which makes it a potential therapy for IBS, Crohn’s disease, and colitis.
CBD is a powerful antioxidant, which makes it a preventative of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and ALS. Its antioxidant properties also make it an age-reduction skin therapy.
CBD’s anti-inflammatory quality has been found to alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Because of its antioxidant properties, it may also prevent multiple sclerosis and/or prevent the disease from escalating.
CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties are also responsible for its effective treatment of chronic pain in patients with conditions ranging from fibromyalgia to arthritis
CBD’s antipsychotic properties make it a viable alternative to pharmaceuticals for schizophrenic patients. Generally, CBD is a great alternative for pharmaceuticals used to treat a host of diseases. This is a big deal since pharmaceuticals are responsible for the epidemic of prescription drug abuse ripping through our country and the vast amount of side effects either debilitating or killing pharmaceutical patients.
CBD has been found to not only effectively treat insomnia, but to create stable sleep patterns and, consequently, long-term relief from sleeplessness.
CBD’s interaction with the endocannabinoid system helps to reduce nausea, particularly in chemo patients. Studies show that CBD actively destroys cancer cells, which makes it a potential non-toxic, painless alternative to chemotherapy.
Despite the extensive research indicating otherwise, the DEA has classified CBD as a Schedule 1 drug, or a substance with no medical value and a high potential for abuse. This is at once laughable, and very, very tragic.
Cannabinoids are incredibly important because of their effect on the human body. Endocannabinoid receptors are located throughout our bodies, and when these receptors are stimulated (whether by external cannabinoids or the ones already present within us), they work to maintain homeostasis. These receptors comprise what is known as the endocannabinoid system.
THC is the most well-known cannabinoid because of its psychotropic properties—it gets you high, and that’s because of the way that it interacts with the endocannabinoid system. Although high THC levels are often huge draws for pot consumers, too much THC can have negative effects including paranoia, anxiety, and panic attacks. Additionally, there is a huge market purely interested in the therapeutic aspects of cannabis, not the psychoactive ones.
Therapeutic consumers tend to look for strains that have low concentrations of THC but high concentrations of CBD
While THC is a very cool cannabinoid, CBD is sort of miraculous. It has an array of therapeutic benefits ranging from cancer prevention and treatment to pain relief. It basically treats every disease ever, and that’s only sort of hyperbole. Let me show you what I mean.
Why Isolate the CBD?
CBD is responsible for a large bulk of the therapeutic qualities of the plant, and it has no psychotropic effects. Marijuana users who are solely interested in the medicinal value of cannabis may find CBD isolate to be an extremely appealing form of the product. If you’re looking for a CBD rich product, it intuitively makes sense to consume a product that is only CBD, right?
I Mean, Why not?
So all of those incredible effects of CBD that I mentioned earlier? Well, they come with a bit of a caveat known as the entourage effect. The cannabinoids present in the cannabis plant work together to produce the effect the consumer experiences; this interaction of cannabinoids is known as the entourage effect.
THC and CBD work together. CBD organically blocks the potency of THC, which makes the high experienced by the consumer manageable and pleasant. THC works with CBD to amplify its medicinal qualities. Additionally, THC has medicinal qualities of its own that are completely forgone by CBD isolate. Cannabis has more to offer than just cannabinoids; terpenes, the chemical compounds that create the plant’s scent, are also present in cannabis.
Terpenes don’t exclusively give cannabis strains their unique smells; they contain therapeutic qualities as well.
For example, linalool has been used as an antidepressant, sleep-aid, and an anti-convulsant. Another terpene, caryophyllene, is a known antioxidant, antidepressant, and anti-inflammatory. There are many more terpenes, but you can’t catch ‘em all if you go with isolate because they’ve been removed.
Removing all other molecules from the cannabis plant potentially removes—or at least seriously alters—the therapeutic effects that naturally occur when those compounds are working synergistically. In fact, studies show that when used in combination with THC, it takes less CBD to produce the desired medicinal outcome than when CBD isolate is used instead.
The Bottom Line
CBD is an incredible compound worthy of the medical field’s (and the government’s, for that matter) respect. While it may be beneficially isolated from the rest of the compounds cannabis has to offer, it may not be as beneficial as it would be working in tandem with them.