With this infographic, we wanted to help people who are new to CBD get a broad understanding of the most popular types of products, and why they might choose to start with one over another.
BOARDMAN, Ohio (PRWEB) March 28, 2019
When choosing a CBD product, you have to ask yourself several questions. For example, do you want immediate, if short-lived, relief? Or would you rather settle for a slower onset of action in exchange for a more sustained effect?
The right delivery method can make a big difference in your experience with CBD. But with the explosion of different types of CBD products currently on the market, it can be difficult to separate the facts from the fads.
“There is a ton of anecdotal evidence out there about how to use different CBD delivery methods for different concerns,” said Meg Kramer, CBD Hacker’s managing editor. “But scientific research in this area is still ongoing, and different people have unique experiences with CBD. With this infographic, we wanted to help people who are new to CBD get a broad understanding of the most popular types of products, and why they might choose to start with one over another.”
This infographic is the third in a series that aims to break down industry terminology in a clear, easy-to-understand way. Previous infographics explored CBD processing methods and common terpenes found in many CBD extracts.
The methods introduced in the infographic include:
- Sublingual CBD oil drops
- Capsules and softgels
- Transdermal and topical products
- Inhaled vape products and CBD hemp flower
- CBD-infused food and beverages
The full infographic is available for viewing and download at this link: https://www.cbdhacker.com/choosing-the-right-cbd-delivery-method-infographic/.
About CBD Hacker:
CBD Hacker’s mission is to introduce transparency into an unregulated and confusing industry. With cannabidiol’s growing popularity, the CBD industry is experiencing rapid growth—but it has little to no oversight. CBD Hacker uses evidence-based reporting, third-party lab testing and blind product-testing methodology to dispel misinformation and help consumers to know what they are buying.