About Bulk CBD Isolate:
96%-99.9% pure cannabidiol (CBD) in crystalline form
Sourced from Federal Farm Bill compliant hemp grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides.
Every batch is 3rd party lab tested for:
Appearance – White/clear crystals
Smell/taste – Odorless/flavorless
How To Use CBD Isolate
We mentioned that the main objective of CBD isolate is versatility. This extraction can be used to create a myriad of other products, such as topicals, tinctures, creams, edibles etc. The final result is the same: a pure CBD infused product. So let’s have a look at some of the different ways it can be used.
If there is no desire to infuse CBD isolate into other products, it can simply be put under the tongue. It will be absorbed through the mucous membrane under the tongue and will enter the bloodstream quickly.
It is best to let the isolate sit under the tongue for 60-90 seconds rather than swallowing it.
Make Your Own CBD Oils
Another way to use CBD isolate is to infuse it into oils and consume it as CBD oil. You can dissolve CBD isolate into different kinds of oils. Whether you infuse it into olive oil, coconut oil or another hemp oil is entirely up to you. This oil can then be taken sublingually or can be used to make edibles or other products.
Vape CBD Isolate
CBD isolate can be vaped in much the same way that a wax or shatter can be vaped. It can be put into a vaporizer or it can be used in a dabbing rig. It should be vaporized at around 356-392°F. If you already vaporize a certain extract or liquid, the CBD isolate can be added to that oil and vaped the same way.
Blend CBD isolate into honey
Honey is also well known as a powerful medicine, especially for its anti-bacterial and soothing effects. Infusing CBD isolates into your honey is a great way to get a daily dose of CBD into your tea or coffee. A double boiler technique will allow you to heat up your honey enough to dissolve the CBD. Just make sure you don’t burn the honey in the process! Now you can use this honey in smoothies, drinks or on your toast.
The Benefits of CBD Isolate
When we address the benefits of CBD isolate, we’re really talking about the benefits of CBD. They are so numerous, it’s almost hard to keep up with the many different benefits of CBD. We’re going to have a look at a few of the specific reasons that someone might want to take CBD as a medicine or nutritional supplement.
One of the most common applications of CBD products is pain relief. Although THC is the main analgesic compound in marijuana, CBD also has applications for this complaint. CBD’s interaction with the endocannabinoid system causes changes in the nervous response to pain, therefore decreasing it and offering pain relief.
It’s possible that CBD isolate can work to treat anxiety disorders in much the same way that it works in the case of psychosis. The fact that CBD interacts with receptors all over the nervous system means that the user can experience relief from nervous tension and the “fight or flight” response. Plus, the fact that it elevates the “feel good” endogenous cannabinoid, anandamide, can decrease levels of stress and anxiety in a person.
The quality of CBD that makes it a potential anti-cancer drug is its action in the proliferation of cells. Ingesting CBD plays a crucial role in the proliferation of cells in the body. And when it comes to cancer, this essentially means that it has the potential to stop the growth of cancer by inhibiting the proliferation of cancer cells. There is a lot of anecdotal evidence for the treatment of cancer with CBD, but there is still much research to be conducted in this area.
It is thought by scientists that the vomiting or nausea response is elicited by actions of the CB1 receptor that is sprinkled throughout the human body. It is increasingly difficult to treat nausea experienced by chemotherapy patients with drugs that are available on the market. CBD offers a natural therapy for nausea without any side effects or contraindications for chemotherapy.
The endocannabinoid system plays an enormous role in the case of epilepsy or other seizures. At last, we are finally reaching hard evidence that CBD can be used to treat conditions such as epilepsy, which is otherwise increasingly difficult to address. The way that CBD works in the body to address seizures is extremely complicated because it doesn’t necessarily do so via CB1 and CB2 receptors.