Most of us, even if we don’t use it, have heard of cannabis edibles. The old standby for marijuana use is to smoke it, but the effects can also be experienced by simply consuming the marijuana. Today, especially as legalization continues to take place around the world, the plant is not just dropped into cookie or brownie batter; it’s processed and refined, so the active ingredients in cannabis are what’s being used rather than the entire plant.
The same is true for CBD, which can surprise even marijuana enthusiasts. CBD oil is a therapeutic element in cannabis, an element that doesn’t carry the high effect of THC. With CBD, doctors and patients are finding it doesn’t muddle the mind, but can still offer relief for problems such as anxiety and stress. And while it’s commonly found in oil form, the CBD can be folded into other forms before being taken by a patient. This includes familiar pills and capsules, but also edibles.
As this becomes more well known, recipes that focus on getting both the most benefit out of the included CBD as well as the most flavor and satisfaction from the final edible product are being developed. These recipes include not just confectioneries, but also more ordinary food items that might appear on any table being set for a meal.
Cannabis edibles aren’t just for getting high. CBD edibles can deliver CBD benefits therapeutically #HealthStatus
- 1CBD oil has therapeutic effects such as in stress management, skin care, and fighting inflammation.
- 2CBD oil can be consumed in the forms of pills, oil or capsules.
- 3Cooking is fairly easy with CBD oil when it comes to baking or making sweets.
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