How to Use CBD Gum

How to use CBD gum to maximise the benefits

As with many other healthcare products, in order to get the best benefits you need to be using CBD gum in the correct way. Luckily, using CBD gum is simple in terms of directions and so it is difficult to mess it up. Though you do not necessarily need a guide to tell you how to use CBD gum, it is handy to know the best practice in order to feel those promised advantages.

The act of using CBD gum is easy, you pop a chewing gum in your mouth and chew it for however long you want. This act in itself can be calming - having something small to focus on other than the stresses you may be facing can be extremely beneficial.

So, you know how to use CBD gum, but what are the best conditions to use it to ensure you derive the positives?

Chew CBD gum after meals

When you chew CBD gum, small particles and liquid are absorbed and digested as you usually would with food and drink. This releases the juice of cannabidiol that then naturally travels down to your stomach.

When you have not eaten in a while, your stomach will be empty so the cannabidiol juice will go right to the bottom - further away from where it needs to be. This means it takes a longer time for you to feel the full benefits and will in turn effective the potency of them.

Following a meal, your stomach is full of food and so when you chew on the CBD gum, the liquid and particles sit on top of this. This then allows it to be absorbed to your bloodstream quickly and more effectively than if taking it on an empty stomach.

How often should you take CBD gum?

If you are a frequent gum-chewer, you can simply replace your usual choice with CBD gum and have one whenever you want to feel the benefits. In the UK, CBD products are heavily regulated and need to have under 0.2% of THC levels. This means that CBD gum does not contain a lot of this ingredient and so you do not need to work about it influencing or inhibiting your thought processes.

It may not be wise to have an extremely high intake of these, simply due to dental health. As you would find with regular gum, chewing can lead to some minor dental problems along the line.