The popularity of CBD has resulted in the manufacturing of different products infused with this cannabinoid. These include gummies, topicals, tinctures and oils. CBD water is one of the newer CBD products to hit retail shelves, and you may be wondering whether you should drink this product. Here are some considerations to help you make the right decision.
How Much CBD is in the Water?
Most people who use CBD products have a certain desired outcome in mind, and so should you. While it isn’t easy to find any standardized CBD dosage recommendations, many professionals agree that one should consume at least 15mg of CBD each day in order to get any benefits.
Your starting point should therefore be establishing how much CBD is in the CBD water brand you wish to try. Note that some manufacturers say that they use nanotechnology to use less CBD while attaining the same effects, so do your research and confirm whether you can get the desired outcomes by consuming CBD provided through this novel way.
Beware of Light and Air
It is widely known that cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, degrade rather quickly when they are exposed to light and air. This is the primary reason why people who live in states where marijuana is legal are advised to store their stash in an opaque, airtight container.
In the same vein, it is prudent for you to identify CBD water that isn’t exposed to light (the container should be opaque). You should also consume the water quickly once you open the bottle since any air getting into the container will cause the CBD to degrade.
What Does It Cost?
It is also wise for you to be mindful about the cost of the CBD water you wish to buy. Since your primary interest in the water is the CBD, compare how much each serving costs relative to the cost of other CBD products.
For example, you could steer away from the more pricy CBD water bottles since this would make other alternatives, such as CBD tinctures, more affordable per serving. However, if you are simply interested in trying out the different CBD products available, then the price of the CBD water you select isn’t of concern to your decision making process.
At the end of the day, the decision as to whether you should drink CBD water boils down to personal preference. The considerations above will help you to make a better decision, so weigh your options and be an informed buyer.
Experts believe that CBD industry actors like Neutra Corp. (OTCQB: NTRR) and Organigram Holdings Inc. (TSX: OGI) (NASDAQ: OGI) are likely to bring even more CBD products onto the market, so consumers can do well to develop a set of criteria that they use to narrow down which products to buy.
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