By now you are probably convinced about the benefits CBD. But how do you know which CBD product is best for you?

Below are the pros and cons of the four most common CBD products:

CBD Oil Tincture

This is the most common CBD product. It is available in a bottle with a dropper for easy administration. It is sometimes referred to as hemp oil, marijuana oil, CBD tinctures, or CBD oil.

Pros

-It is quite easy to use.

-CBD is evenly distributed throughout the bottle. Thus, you may take a tiny drop or a big swallow.

Cons

-Because it is straightforward with regards to dosing, there’s room for human error, especially if you’re not knowledgeable or careful.

-It can be messy. It can drop, spill, or get on your clothes and skin.

CBD Capsules

CBD capsules are CBD oil in pill form.

Pros

-They are convenient to carry and quick to swallow.

-They have a specified amount of CBD do dosing is easy.

Cons

-Just like anything ingested, CBD capsules have low bioavailability level. This means that you get less CBD and it may take long to feel the effect.

-Dosage modification is not that easy as every capsule contains a specific amount. 

CBD Vapes

Vaping CBD is as simple as vaping nicotine-based e-liquids. You can choose to vape a CBD e-liquid or mimx a CBD vape juice additive with your favorite e-liquid.

Pros

-Vaping CBD has high bioavailability. It gets straight to your bloodstream through your lungs. This means that you can immediately feel the effects.

-Vaping CBD is quite simple and convenient.

Cons

-CBD vaping is a complicated process. One has to buy a vaping device and learn how to use it.

CBD Balms and Lotions

Topical CBD products come in the form of CBD rub,  lotion, or balm.

Pros

-They are quite foolproof and simple to use.

-It helps relieve soreness.

-They have a positive effect on the skin.

Cons

-It may have a weak effect since the CBD is merely massaged or rubbed into the skin.

-Since you need to apply them, they can get a little messy or make your skin feel oily or greasy.