The Benefits of Broad-Spectrum CBD Gummies
CBD gummies are the cool, new kid in town. But what about proper CBD gummies dosage? What are the best CBD gummies and CBD edibles, and are there benefits of taking them?
All your questions about broad-spectrum CBD gummies are answered in this article, along with helpful guides on getting started. Try our all new broad-spectrum CBD gummies today to see for yourself!
Read on to find out everything you need to know about the potential benefits of broad-spectrum cbd oil in gummy supplements.
What Are Broad-Spectrum CBD Gummies?
Broad-spectrum CBD contains all the cannabinoids (and their potential benefits), except for THC. We call this "non-detectable THC" because our products go through extensive testing -- not a trace of THC is detected in broad-spectrum CBD gummies. This also means there's virtually no risk in getting a positive drug test result when taking these gummies.
Full- and broad-spectrum products have a leg up on isolates because they contain more than just CBD (cannabidiol). There are 100 cannabinoids found in hemp plants, and each reacts with your endocannabinoid system (see image below) in a unique way to encourage overall wellness.
The endocannabinoid system in your body affects the nervous system, which ultimately works to balance how your body responds to internal and external stress. Internal stress can include things like disease, dysfunction, disorder, or imbalance, while external stress might include environmental factors like diet, lifestyle, or pollution.
Broad-spectrum gummies are a chill, candy-like method of consuming CBD that gets rid of the fuss. Flavor is a big component -- our broad-spectrum gummies are naturally sweet.
Will Broad-Spectrum CBD Gummies Get Me "High"?
The quick answer is "nope!"
More technically, CBD gummies can be psychoactive -- but only in the sense that they are considered potential boosters for balance and mood (which is a good thing). Our broad-spectrum gummies don't contain THC, which means they are non-intoxicating and not capable of causing a "high".
The Potential Benefits of Broad-Spectrum CBD
The broad spectrum of potential benefits for CBD gummies comes from the broad-spectrum cannabinoids contained in each bite-size piece. The body has different receptors for CBD throughout the body, and consuming broad-spectrum products means that there's a higher likelihood of receiving the potential benefits.
Broad-spectrum CBD is thought to send positive signals throughout the body that may:
- Help to relieve joint or chronic pain
- Reduce inflammation
- Ease nausea
- Encourage neuroprotective properties
- Aid mental health
The Pros of Gummies
Gummies are just plain fun. They come in a variety of shapes, colors, and concentrations. This makes them perfect for discreet ingestion.
Some of the advantages of our CBD gummies over other methods of ingestion include:
- Excellent Taste- if raw CBD oil isn't your thing, an edible form like gummies may help you to feel more relaxed and be a natural fit for your supplement regimen
- Exceptional Quality- the CBD industry is loosely regulated, which is why our gummies are held to high standards (including third party laboratory testing)
- Easy Dosing- if dosing gives you anxiety (we totally get it, by the way), perfectly pre-portioned CBD gummies contain an accurate dose with each sweet bite
- E & Other Vitamins- CBD is known to be antioxidant-rich, containing both vitamin C and E which relieve stress and damage down to the cellular level to keep you in optimal health
Some people are extra sensitive to THC, so broad-spectrum gummies can be a great way to get the benefits of hemp with non-THC cannabinoids.
The Potential Cons of CBD Gummies
While there are scientific studies on CBD and hemp oil benefits, there isn't research directly on gummies. However, research in this area is hard to come by. People report positive personal experiences with CBD gummies, and they even say it offers a compelling placebo effect if nothing else.
CBD gummies may not be right for you if you:
- Need flexibility in your dosage - try our broad-spectrum oils instead (available in MCT oil and water-soluble)
- Are searching for zero sugar - try our full-spectrum capsules
- Want the most bioavailable method - try our Delta 8 vape pods or CBD vape liquids
- Use only topical products- try our balms and creams
For potential improvement of focus, clarity, and overall balance, it's important to find the method of CBD ingestion that works best for you individually.
Broad-spectrum CBD is legal, smoke-free, and won't get you "high" but has many potential benefits -- what's not to love?
How To Use Broad-Spectrum CBD Gummies
CBD gummies can be described in three words -- easy, edible, and delicious. They are one of the best ways to take CBD in our opinion. People like gummies in particular because the flavors and sweetness often mask the hint of hemp.
While some people like the natural taste of CBD, others prefer to pair it with another flavor. For that crowd, CBD edibles are a perfect combination of flavor and their favorite supplement. CBD gummies might actually be the sweetest, most fun way to promote wellness.
Keep in mind that ingesting CBD works through the digestive tract, taking anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours for the full effect to set in. This also means that it may have a longer-lasting effect than other alternatives methods like inhalation, topical, or sublingual products.
How Many Broad-Spectrum CBD Gummies Should I Take?
The short answer is "it depends." When starting out, we always advocate starting with one small serving and then working your way up. Since everyone is different, it is important to start with a small amount and work your way up to what individually works best for you.
Broad-spectrum gummies are a great place to start if you're new to CBD! They taste delicious and have a lot of potential benefits without an overwhelming hemp aftertaste. They also offer the potential effects of cannabinoids in addition to CBD, which allows you to experience a possible broad-spectrum of benefits as well.
Understanding A Broad-Spectrum CBD Gummies Label
One important aspect to understand about CBD gummies and their labels is that the milligram (mg) number represents the total amount of CBD in the jar or bottle. Usually it will say on the bottle how many mg of CBD are in each gummy, but you can also find that number by dividing the total number of CBD in the bottle by the number of servings.
This works the same way for our full-spectrum products as well. For example, our full-spectrum edible gummy bears come in 750 mg with 30 servings. This equals 25 mg per serving (one gummy).
Our broad spectrum CBD gummy cubes come in a 750 mg container, with 25 mg per gummy (serving). This dose is a great amount for beginners because it offers a subtle strength CBD with a wider range of potential benefits. You can even cut it in half and try half of a gummy first if you are hesitant to see how your body reacts.
We've got a wonderful FAQs page if you are curious about other aspects of taking CBD. Our lovely staff is always willing and happy to help answer other questions. Contact us at +1 (385) 203-8556 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you as soon as we possibly can.
The Bottom Line On Broad-Spectrum CBD Gummies
If you've been searching for a tasty, non-intoxicating CBD edible, gummies are the perfect fit for you. They don't contain THC, so there's virtually no chance of a positive drug test result. The broad-spectrum CBD used in the edible means there's a broad spectrum of benefits possible to help you meet your health & wellness needs.
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