There’s a lot of ways to get cannabidiol and other beneficial cannanbinoids into
your system these days. The blossoming cannabis health industry has exploded with tinctures, oils, topicals and edibles, creating a wonderfully diverse array of options for consumers. For companies like IrieCBD that are focused on the nutritional and supplemental health benefits CBD can provide, there is constant investigation into the different forms of cannabis products, and who they may support and be of service to. As we launch our two newest additions to the Irie product line this week, our Dab Rocks and CBD Crumble, we’re celebrating the ways in which these highly concentrated forms of CBD and terpenes can nourish the body and the Endocannabinoid System.
Most concentrates are usually inhaled, be it through vaping, dabbing or adding to a bowl and smoked. All of these methods have the benefit of immediate effect, as the medicinal aspect of the concentrate, the CBD, is introduced to the Endocannabinoid System as soon as it is inhaled. This is in contrast to tinctures or edibles which must be absorbed through the digestive system before fully affecting the Endocannabinoid System.
Concentrates, are, well concentrated. For those looking to get the maximum amount of CBD content for the least amount of work or product, these options can be a deliciously simple and straightforward way to go. If pure amount of cannabinoids flooding your internal system is what you need, or you are using CBD as part of a supportive nutritional treatment overseen by a medical professional, dabbing or smoking a concentrate can be a good way to quickly introduce a powerful affect.
Depending on the extraction method used, concentrates can lead to not only a highly condensed formula of cannabinoids like CBD, but also the terpenes found in the cannabis plant. Terpenes, which have their own array of potential health benefits, are the natural compounds that give cannabis it’s flavor and scent. The presence of terpenes creates enchanting aromas and arresting flavors, and for seasoned connoisseurs of hemp and cannabis products and newcomers alike, the complex savory profiles provided by the concentrate experience can be a highly enjoyable experience. Health should feel good, after all, and finding joy in the consumption can be a powerful (and fun) part of healing and nourishing yourself.
If you’re looking for one product that can be your silver bullet and be used in multiple ways, concentrates can give the user a lot of options for Endocannabinoid support. From dissolving dab rocks in water, to adding crumble to other medicinal smoking herbs, to using concentrated oils in small and portable vape pens, these products can easily morph themselves into the kind of supplement you need them to be. (Please do your own research and consult a professional for proper use before trying a new CBD product or consumption method).
We all have an Endocannabinoid System, and all Endocannabinoid Systems require a healthy dose of cannabinoids to function properly. Within that structure however, everyone has their own needs to meet and their own path to optimal health. Concentrates can be a great choice for some, and we always believe in the freedom of self determination when it comes to one’s health.