Taking a full extract means that any THC in the hemp originally will also be in the edibles. Don’t worry, as the THC level must be below 0.3 percent, you won’t be subjected to any psychoactive effects. However, with consistent use, THC levels will slowly build up in your blood. It remains very unlikely that this will cause an issue with drug tests, but it’s something to keep in mind.
Oral intake of CBD means that it must pass through the digestive tract. The CBD is then metabolized and absorbed into the bloodstream gradually. This process does not happen straight away, and the slow absorption of CBD can lead to the effects lasting for many hours (enough to get you through a day or night). In contrast, e-juices and tinctures typically wear off after about three hours.
CBD edibles are the new thing, and they are moving way past pot brownies. CBD edibles have taken the market by storm and are only estimated to grow in popularity in 2019 and beyond. Where other health trends consist of mushroom coffee and diets that make you feel awful, CBD edibles are this years’ delicious health trend that everyone should know about.