The Ultimate CBD Oil Guide (Cannabidiol) | Everything You Need To Know About CBD Oil | Anxiety &More

The Ultimate CBD Oil Guide (Cannabidiol) | Everything You Need To Know About CBD Oil | Anxiety &More

CBD oil (Cannabidiol) guide: Treat social anxiety, depression, etc. Side effects, dosage, my experience, etc. are explained. Use vaping / vape, gummies / gummy bears, tincture (sublingual) & in many other ways. Also treats eczema, stress, epilepsy, pain & other mental health disorders.

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In this video I'm going to tell you everything you need to know about CBD oil. CBD can help with a very wide range of things. It's famous for treating anxiety, stress, depression, epilepsy, pain, improving sleep, and a lot of other things. I have tried a lot of supplements to treat my own anxiety, but found nothing as effective as CBD oil.

CBD can be taken in different ways. The most common ones are: vaping, eating (gummes, caps, pills, food), and Sublingual (which means under your tongue). Each way of usage has its own pros and cons, so find out which one u like the most yourself. Me myself, I prefer to use it sublingual, since it's one of the most purest, quickest, easiest, cheapest, and effective ways.

There are 2 different types of CBD, these are called: Isolate / isolated (pure), And full spectrum (raw).
The CBD plant contains around 100 cannabinoids. Isolated means it contains only 1 of them: pure CBD with no other components. Full spectrum, means it contains all of the cannabenoids. My advice is to go for a full spectrum. Full spectrum provides a lot more and way stronger health benefits than just isolated, because all the components work together like a footballteam, creating something like a superpower, called, the “entourage effect”.

Out of the many cannabinoids, the 2 most famous ones are CBD and THC. Full spectrum also contains a very little bit of THC, but you cannot get high from it. The amount of THC is less than 0.1%, which is way too low to get you high, and there is way more CBD in it, which works against the effect of getting high. So don't be afraid, Full spectrum will not make you high.

Another very nice thing is that you can't build tolerance to CBD oil. For things like THC, you can build tolerance, but not for CBD because it doesn't bind to your receptors. Studies even suggest that CBD has the opposite effect, a reverse tolerance. This basically means that you need less from it over time, instead of more, so it works better when it's build up in your system.

Also you cannot over-dose on CBD oil. It is 100% safe, and has no big side effects. So there is no need to stop using it after a period of time, you can keep using it. The right dosage is different for everyone, and also depends on what you're using it for, so it's very hard to give a specific dosage.
For some things a low dosage works better, and for other things a higher dosage works better.
For example: for treating anxiety, a low to medium dose will work better, than a dose that is too high, but for epilepsy, a higher dosage is required. So it's the best to find a common dosage for your condition, and try out for yourself, by starting low, and upping the dosage till the desired effect is reached. For anxiety, when using a Tincture for Sublingual use, I suggest to start with around 7 drops, of a oil containing 5% CBD. When you don't feel any difference, you can add a few drops, till you found the desired amount.

For how long the effect lasts, also differs from person to person, and depends on the way of using, but when using it sublingual, the average time the effect last, is 4 to 6 hours. When using Sublingual, make sure to keep the oil under your tongue for at least 2 minutes, and after that, swirl it around in your mouth before swallowing. This is because you absorb very little when swallowing it directly. It really has to be absorbed under your tongue, so it goes directly into the bloodstream.

There are a lot of good CBD brands, but also a lot that are bad. Find out the best rated CBD brands in your country, by looking at reviews.

These were the basics you need to know about CBD. If you got any questions, ask them in the comment section below. Don't forget to give this video a like, subscribe to the channel and turn notifications on. More video's like this coming soon. Good luck with the CBD!


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