New to CBD? Useful Tips for First-Time Buyers

June 21, 2018

Welcome to Hemplucid.

We understand that the whole CBD thing can be a bit complicated. Learning about CBD does have a learning curve. What in the world are cannabinoids? How much should I be taking? Which product is right for me?

Here are some useful tips for understanding CBD a bit better:

1. Cannabinoids Work Together

In the past ten years, much has come to light concerning the beneficial properties of CBD. Other cannabinoids found in the hemp plant provide additional benefits, so a whole-plant hemp extract will increase effectiveness.

2. Not All CBD is Created Equal

You will find real variations in quality when you shop for CBD, whether online, in a vape store, in a health food store, or anywhere else. We strongly recommend learning more about the Hemplucid Difference.

3. It’s Best to Start Small

Even if you buy a Hemplucid product that contains a high concentration of CBD, we recommend beginning with just a few drops. See what it feels like, let your body adjust to the new stimulus, and gradually increase your serving to find what works the best. Everybody is different and responds uniquely to cannabinoids.

4. CBD is Subtle

Rather than expecting big, bold effects, we recommend approaching CBD with the proper mindset. CBD is a beneficial daily staple for promoting a sense of balance and well-being in the body. In this regard, the best approach to CBD oil is to clearly observe how you feel now, then observe the way that you feel after using it. The key point is balance. Do you feel more balanced?

5. The Effects of CBD Become Clearer Over Time

The endocannabinoid system is widespread in the human body. As your body becomes familiar with CBD, the therapeutic value of the oil is easier to identify. Get used to the oil, and pay careful attention to your body.

6. CBD is Not a Magic Bullet

At Hemplucid, we strongly recommend cultivating a healthy lifestyle. Making conscious, positive decisions about how you treat your body is of utmost importance. We believe that CBD is part of a balanced strategy for increasing well-being, but we will not make any claims about what it can or cannot do. The best way to achieve results is to take very good care of yourself and respect your health.

7. A Valuable Addition to Your Daily Routine

Try CBD at different times of the day and in different amounts for the sake of understanding how you respond to it. This way, you can determine what works best for you. Personally, I like to take some Water Soluble before and after exercise. I prefer MCT Oil in the mornings because I feel energized when I take it. Your mileage may vary, so it’s helpful to experiment and find your sweet spot.

Do you know what they used to call hemp? “Hippie’s Disappointment”. Legitimate hemp products have no intoxicating effects because there is a very small amount of THC.

As always, feel free to reach out to Hemplucid for any additional questions you have about CBD.

Written By: Jared Ballard

Jared Ballard is a father, husband, son, and friend. There is not much to him except his passion for people and a willingness to help those in need. If you need more credentials I am sorry to say he is just that simple.

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