Cannabidiol (CBD) is becoming more and more popular with people across the UK. Just like other CBD products, a CBD oral spray offers gentle health support on a day to day basis, by delivering a quick measured dose that can be taken quickly as needed.
Infused with CBD extracted from the hemp plant (cannabis sativa), CBD oral sprays are created and placed in a bottle like tinctures, but the contents are delivered with spray applicator – as the name suggests. This may seem like a minor difference, but the way in which CBD is applied can have a big difference on its effect with the CBD spray offering quick absorption into the bloodstream, as well as a range of other benefits.
Oral Sprays are super-convenient to use, and like every type of CBD supplied by NaturallyCBD, their quality is assured by our high standards and rigorous quality control processes.
How Do You Use a CBD Oral Spray?
After receiving your CBD Oil Spray from NaturallyCBD in the post, the first thing you should do is give it a good shake. This ensures that the extract gets evenly mixed together with the carrier oil. Next, you should open your mouth and press the pump on the atomiser spray bottle so that it goes either inside your cheek or under your tongue (known as sublingual application).
What Are the Benefits of Using a Spray?
There are a variety of benefits associated with using a CBD oral spray, with the first one being that it’s really easy to apply. Within just a few seconds, you can get your regular dose without missing a beat, so you can get on with your day.
Other benefits include:
Controlling your dosage:
another benefit of an oral spray is that it makes it really easy to measure the dose being given. Our spray applicators deliver a consistent amount with each press of the pump and with everybody having an optimum dose for best results, it makes it that much easier to gauge your intake.
Another benefit is that it’s applied sublingually, which means that it’s absorbed rapidly into the bloodstream. When CBD products are delivered topically or swallowed it can take longer to work and reduce its bioavailability. Sprays increase the absorption surface area too, so it’s a great way to enjoy the benefits fast!
Ideal for digestive problems:
CBD is said to help with many types of issue, some of which involve digestive illnesses. A CBD spray is much easier to take for this type of person than pills or soft gels, as its more tolerable for people with swallowing issues.
One of the biggest benefits of sprays however is that CBD that’s delivered this way increases the bioavailability as its delivered sublingually – which essentially is a fancy method of saying how much cannabidiol gets into the bloodstream.
When you’re looking for a fast-acting option for all of the benefits that so many people report after using CBD, the CBD spray applicator is perhaps the best way to do it as much of the absorption occurs the moment it hits the inside of the cheek.
Should I buy a CBD Oil or CBD Spray?
Are Hemp Oil and CBD Oil the same?
No, they’re not. While they are both derived from the hemp plant, the main difference between the two is that hemp oil contains virtually no CBD , which means it offers nothing like the same health support. Another difference is that hemp oil is made from hemp seeds (making it great for cooking), whereas CBD oil is created from extracting CBD from the stalks, flowers and leaves of the hemp plant.
How long does CBD take to work?
How long it takes CBD to work will depend on your choice of CBD product and how you take it. If you take CBD oil, then typically speaking, you will normally take sublingually, it can take around 20 -30 mins for the desired effect to be felt. However, everyone’s physiology is different, so it could be more or less depending on your makeup.
Other ways such as CBD capsules can take between 1 to 2 hours before an effect is felt, and is considered a more slow release way of dosing.
What Medical Conditions can i cure with CBD?
CBD oil in the UK is sold as a food dietary supplement, sellers are not allowed to make any medical claims.
We do encourage you to read and research CBD yourself, as there are trustworthy websites that can be found on Google, where you’ll find studies on the effects of cannabidiol in various conditions. We may refer to such studies here, but only to inform you about them, so you can make your own decisions.