CBD Capsules

Dosing CBD has always been a major setback as far as accessing the vast potential benefits of CBD is concerned. When it comes to convenience, ease of handling, and dosing, nothing beats the power of CBD capsules. They offer users a variety of benefits without going through the stress of swallowing the not so tasty oils. With CBD pills, all you need to do is pop your capsules, swallow, and you are good to go.

At PuriHemp, all our CBD oils and CBD pills are made from top-grade industrial hemp with zero GMOs, no pesticides, and preservatives to give you the perfect experience. Browse our list of CBD capsules for pain and other products for one that suits your taste.

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    Little bit more useful information about CBD Capsules products

    How Do CBD Capsules Work?

    CBD capsules offer one of the best ways to dose and administer your CBD without stress. They are administered orally and may be subject to enzymatic activation. Once you swallow CBD capsules, they are transported to the liver by the portal vein, where they are metabolized and released into the bloodstream via a process known as the first-pass metabolism. Cannabidiol capsules come in different strengths with a bioavailability of 6-20%, thus making it great for several conditions requiring a constant supply of CBD.

    The effects of the CBD capsules are felt between 30 minutes to 1 hour after administration and may last up to 13 hours. CBD capsules contain CBD oil with little to no THC, thus reducing the commonly encountered psychoactive effect of THC.

    What Is the Difference Between CBD Capsules and CBD Oils?

    Before you buy CBD capsules offered for sale online or in local stores, it is important that you understand the difference between CBD oils and CBD capsules. While both are administered via the oral route and may be subject to enzymatic activation, CBD capsules or pills are easier to dose.

    They offer users an alternative to swallowing oils. CBD capsules contain the exact dosage of Cannabidiol, while users of CBD oil may experience some difficulties dosing the content accurately. In terms of convenience, CBD pills are easier to move without spilling the content.

    Do CBD capsules contain THC?

    Full-spectrum CBD capsules may contain a varying concentration of THC (usually less than 0.3%). This is enough to trigger the entourage effect but not to produce psychoactive activities. Since CBD capsules are great for pain, they contain negligible to zero concentration of THC. It is, however, pertinent to note that the nature of the oil used in preparing CBD capsules will determine its cannabinoid profile. Broad-spectrum CBD capsules are rich in CBD and other cannabinoids like CBC, CBG, CBN, and terpenes without THC. 

    Make sure you study the certificate of analysis (COA) accompanying each product before you buy CBD capsules. All CBD products marketed by PuriHemp come with a valid COA certified by third-party labs to improve customer confidence and brand transparency.

    How many CBD pills should I take?

    This depends on your body weight, level of the disease condition, and the concentration of CBD in the capsules. CBD capsules come in different strengths. Most products are accompanied by a list of instructions indicating how to dose your CBD capsules appropriately.

    Please refer to the product label for this information. However, there are no cases of overdosing with CBD; hence you can take as many as you want. Depending on the product strength or the concentration of CBD in your Capsules, popping one or two capsules three times a day will do just fine.

    Do CBD Capsules Have Any Side Effects?

    Just like every other CBD product out there in the market, the use of CBD capsules offers users a vast array of benefits without the usual high associated with THC. CBD capsules are safe and may produce side effects like nausea, irregular eating habits, sedation, and diarrhea.

    As a precaution, CBD capsules should not be administered concomitantly with other medications like aspirin and warfarin since CBD may interact with the Cytochrome P450 enzyme to inhibit their metabolism, thus leading to an overdose.