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CBD products come in a variety of forms, dosages and flavors that allows you to take CBD. Whether it's consuming an edibile, vaping CBD juice, taking a pill, eating gummies, applying lotion or creams, bath bombs or tinctures, here's no lack of options. At the Relaxation Company, we have a selection of hundreds of different CBD products. With so many choices, how does one choose? It all depends on personal preference, experience, and intended effect. Under the umbrella of CBD, our CBD oils are the most popular (and our top-selling) CBD product. From there, other popular choices are CBD gummies, CBD vaping, as well as tinctures and drops.

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What is CBD oil and what is the definition?

CBD oil is a liquid extract containing a concentration of cannabidiol (CBD) derived from hemp plants. It is often taken orally, mixed into beverages and cooked or baked into food, and is available in a variety of blends and concentrations. CBD oils come in both flavored and unflavored varieties. You can learn more here

Is CBD oil legal in the United States?

The federal 2018 Farm Bill allows for the cultivation and processing of industrial hemp, a plant that's a member of the cannabis family. CBD products derived from hemp must contain less than a 0.3% concentration of THC.

Where is CBD oil legal?

CBD oil containing less than 0.3% THC is permitted under federal law. Individual states and municipalities, however, may impose their own restrictions on the purchase and use of CBD products.

What is the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil?

CBD oil is derived from hemp plants, and is processed to contain a high concentration of cannabidiol, or CBD, one of more than 100 cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Hemp oil, meanwhile, is derived only from hemp seeds. While hemp oil is rich in protein, polyunsaturated acids, and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids (all of which are valuable components of the human diet), it does not offer the same benefits as CBD. Read more about the differences at Well and Good.

How much CBD oil should I take?

The correct dose of CBD will vary depending on body size, body type, and the desired results . The general consensus is that new CBD users should start off slowly with a small dose, gradually increasing use over several sessions until the desired result is achieved.

What are some common uses of CBD oil?

While there are many different reasons people report using CBD oils, the ones that are the most common are related to general wellness, improved relaxation and sense of calm, and for promoting healthy, restful sleep.

What are the benefits of taking CBD oil?

People use CBD for a variety of reasons. The most commonly reported uses are for creating a feeling of calm and relaxation, improving sleep patterns and restfulness, and for creating a sense of general wellness.

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