CBD has made quite the appearance these days, and it’s impossible to miss. If you are new to CBD but would like to try it for any of its various benefits, you might be wondering what type of CBD would be a good fit for you. So, to help you out, I’ve got a short guide on CBD and the different types of CBD to help you make a choice.

What is CBD, and What Are the Types of CBD?

Cannabidiol – CBD for short – is a cannabinoid derived from the cannabis plant. When ingested, CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system of the body. CBD is the derivative of cannabis that does not cause a high. The high-causing derivative is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Instead, CBD offers several benefits, such as pain relief, help with managing anxiety and depression symptoms, help to regulate your sleep schedule, and so on. In some cases, CBD has also been found to be an effective treatment for epilepsy and neurological diseases.

CBD comes in 3 main forms, and most of the white-label CBD products you find in stores use CBD in one of these three forms. The three types of CBD are as follows:

Full Spectrum CBD – This kind of CBD includes THC in trace amounts, usually less than 0.3%, as well as all the other compounds of the cannabis plant.

Broad-Spectrum CBD – This kind of CBD does not include any amounts of THC in it but does contain all the other compounds of the cannabis plant.

CBD Isolate – This kind of CBD is completely pure CBD and does not contain any other compounds from the cannabis plant. 

When you buy CBD products, it is important to check what CBD type they contain, as that will help you choose which product to buy.

So, Which Type of CBD Should You Choose?

Now that we’ve gone over the different types of CBD, which type should you choose? Well, a number of factors play into this decision. Your age, general health, body type, and physical activity can affect your decision. Other things like your lifestyle, work, and school should also be considered.

Some research suggests that when different compounds of cannabis are taken together, you get what is known as an entourage effect. The entourage effect means that the different compounds will likely work together and be more effective in treating whatever you use CBD for. So, if you want all the CBD compounds, including THC, you should choose full-spectrum CBD products.

Broad-spectrum CBD might be a better choice if you are interested in all CBD compounds but not THC. And finally, if you aren’t interested in the entourage effect and want pure CBD, CBD isolate – usually in the form of CBD oil or CBD tinctures – might be the best choice.

There is also a range of different CBD products that you can try. Let’s take a look at these products and some of their pros and cons:

CBD Tinctures and Oils

CBD tinctures and oils are liquids that are infused with CBD. These tinctures and oils are easy to find and usually contain CBD isolate. The oils and tinctures are taken orally by pouring a few drops under the tongue. The good thing about tinctures and oils is that you can feel the effects of CBD very quickly, and they are also very easy to find at stores or online.

CBD Topicals

CBD topicals are lotions, ointments, creams, or any other product you apply to the skin that is infused with CBD. CBD topicals are great for pain relief, especially if you feel pain in certain areas of the body. However, keep in mind that when using a topical, you can’t be sure how much CBD you end up using.

CBD Vapes

CBD vape pens are like e-cigarettes that burn highly concentrated CBD oils. Vape pens are easy to use on the go and can be quite discreet too. Also, the onset time for CBD through a vape is the fastest – even faster than CBD tinctures. However, it is also important to remember that vaping can cause serious health risks like trouble breathing and lung damage.

CBD Edibles

CBD edibles are products you can eat that are infused with CBD. The best CBD edibles can be chocolate, gummies, cookies, brownies, candies, and so on. Edibles are a good choice because they are discreet, and you can dose out the CBD easily. However, CBD in edibles takes a long time to kick in, and edibles have a shorter life span since food can go bad.

Are You Thinking of Trying Some White-Label CBD Products? Try Mary Jane’s Bakery Co.

Now that you’ve got a better idea of which CBD type is right for you, you can start experimenting with different CBD products on the market. Many  people prefer CBD tinctures, CBD topicals, CBD flowers to smoke, CBD vape pens, and the best CBD edibles and gummies.

When it comes to CBD products for sale online in Miami, your top choice should be  Mary Jane’s Bakery Co. for a large variety of excellent products. Get in touch with Mary Jane’s Bakery to find out more.

About the Author

Zara H. is a life coach with over fifteen years of experience working with different clients. She has found that several of her clients have greatly benefited from the use of Delta-8 THC and white-label CBD products from Mary Jane’s Bakery Co. Zara always gives her clients the best information when it comes to using THC and CBD products safely and effectively.