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CBD in our food and drink

Adding CBD to our food and drinks is becoming more and more popular, and the products have become easier to find on the shelves - and for good reason! They are tasty and allow you to experience the benefits of CBD disguised in your favorite products. As with anything you put into your body, it's important to do it in moderation. In this article, we will answer some of the most common questions people have, such as what is CBD in food and drink and how long after you can feel the effect. We will also look at how long the effect lasts and give good advice on how to choose the best edible products with CBD on the shelves.


Almost any food or drink you can think of can also be found where CBD (or another cannabinoid) has been added. Everything from coffee and tea to sweets, cakes and chocolate are available in variants with CBD. It is no wonder that CBD has become as popular as it is, as many people are stressed and looking for a solution that can give them more well-being.

So let's look at what CBD really is and dive into a little about CBD in food and drink; how long it takes before you feel the effect and how long it lasts.


In these foods and drinks, CBD is the active ingredient that provides a feeling of relaxation and well-being. Besides CBD in food and drink, there are many other ways to take CBD, such as in oil, tincture or in capsules. Some of the popular products with CBD are e.g. candy and chocolate. CBD in food and drink comes in full spectrum, broad spectrum and isolated form just like CBD oils. Food and drinks with CBD in isolated form contain only CBD, as all other components are removed in the process. In CBD products with full-spectrum CBD, there are many other components in addition to cannabidiol, e.g. also terpenes, flavonoids and small traces of THC. Depending on what you prefer and the effect you are looking for, you can find just the product that can give you that effect.


Unlike smoking/vaping or taking CBD under the tongue, you feel the effect much slower when you consume it via food or drink. By smoking or vaping CBD, the effect can be felt almost immediately. When you take CBD under the tongue, the effect is felt a little slower, but generally the product enters your system relatively quickly.

When you consume CBD in food or drink, the body needs time to digest the food/drink in order to feel the effect. This means that the CBD is absorbed more slowly and more THC is filtered out. Exactly how quickly you feel an effect will depend on your metabolism. Those with a slower metabolism probably won't feel the effect until two hours or more after, while people with a faster metabolism may feel it after an hour. So it depends a lot on your body.


As with how long it takes to feel an effect from consuming CBD in food and drink, the duration of the effect also depends on a number of factors. How strong the CBD in the product you consume, how much you eat, your metabolism, and how much food you have in your stomach before you eat it are just some of the few factors that come into play. In general, the digestion of industrial hemp produces a much stronger effect, so it is important to be careful not to overdo the intake.

You might be wondering how much to take?

As a rule of thumb, most people recommend a dose of 10-20 mg. But everyone's bodies and tolerance levels are different, so listen to your body and see what feels best for you.


When you need to find a food or drink with good quality CBD, here are a few things you can look out for. First of all, go for the products that are clearly labeled and properly packaged. Also, be sure to carefully read how large a serving constitutes the dose of CBD you are looking for. Since the industrial hemp industry is still a relatively new industry, there aren't a ton of regulations when it comes to CBD in food and beverages on the market. It's best to experiment and see what types of products and dosages you like best.

Our belief that food has not only production standards, but also specific cultivation practices is why we implemented industry-leading international food and supplement production standards. Our production of CBD and other cannabinoids extracted from industrial hemp, fully vertically integrated from soil to finished product, complies with all strict quality assurance standards followed by modern food and nutraceutical companies.


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