Let’s have a look at CBD delivery methods and the absorption time among different forms of administration.
In order to deliver its benefits, CBD first needs to be absorbed into our bloodstream. Once in the bloodstream, it can then be distributed throughout the Endocannabinoid System where the cannabinoid receptors in CBD can bond with the receptors in our body.
How CBD can be used, to get the desired effects:
This is our favorite method of taking CBD products, particularly because you can start to feel the effects in as little as 20 minutes and the effect is long lasting.
Because of the lengthy process of circulating through digestive system, it could take up to 2 hours (or sometimes even longer) before you can feel the effects.
Skin can have a lower cannabinoid absorption rate, so use a fair amount and massage it in well. You should begin to feel the effects within an hour to an hour and a half.
Typically when vaping CBD, you’ll notice a change in as little as 5 minutes. That’s because, with inhalation, the CBD is sent directly to the lungs, rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream, and sent throughout the rest of the body.