The method of consumption plays a critical role in how long it will take to feel the effects of CBD. CBD is available in many different forms, and each has an influence on the onset time, among other factors.
When it comes to easy, effective CBD dosing, transdermal patches have a lot going for them. Based on the same principles as nicotine or birth control patches, CBD patches deliver a long-lasting dose very efficiently. The cannabinoid readily diffuses into our skin, through our skin cells, and into the bloodstream, especially when it’s helped along by permeation enhancers. Patches can help with localized skin and muscle issues but they are right up there with smoking when it comes to getting as much of the CBD you consume into your bloodstream as possible. It’s also a discreet option that delivers a steady dose over hours.
Topical CBD is applied directly to and can be absorbed through the surface of the skin. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps
Your body’s metabolism affects how long it takes to process and metabolize cannabinoids. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps
Bottom line: Applying CBD oil topically isn’t likely to have a profound effect, but it may help address mild discomfort in specific areas of your body.
Your consumption method not only affects how much CBD reaches the bloodstream, it affects how quickly the CBD will get there. Less digestive functions to go through means less time that it’ll take to reach the bloodstream.
For the purpose of understanding this factor, let’s say there’s 2 types of groups going into Disneyland―families with 5+ members and couples.
Consumption Methods Compared
The interaction between these receptors is the catalyst behind the many benefits of CBD.
The long answer will explain how each of these factors come into play and how you can use this knowledge to understand how CBD will work for you.
The same concept can be applied to CBD.
Why do edibles affect people at a different time?
Above are a few of the many reasons that can help you understand the time edibles take to work in your system.
Why are people using edibles?
CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is known for reducing anxiety, depression, seizures, inflammation, even cancer symptoms in humans. Even though the research to prove its capability is infancy, there are countless anecdotes from around the world that proves CBD is in fact, quite a miraculous product. Even marijuana and hashish are known to calm down the brain and relax the anxious muscles of the body.
What is the average time for each edible to kick in the body?