To insure you experience all the great benefits of CBD we've compiled a list of best ways to take CBD from most efficient to least.


Whats the Best Way to Take CBD?


Inhalation through vaping is the most efficient way to consume CBD oil since a higher concentration will enter your bloodstream. You’ll feel the effects quickly, but keep in mind that it will also leave your bloodstream faster.

  • Sublingual

This just means that the oil is taken under your tongue, where your saliva will dissolve it and begin the process of absorbing it into your bloodstream. Since it bypasses your digestive tract this way, you’ll feel the effects much faster.You’ll typically feel the effects of a sublingual dosage within minutes and they’ll generally last for a few hours.To take CBD oil sublingually, you can use drops, tinctures, pastes, or even spray.

If you’re mostly using CBD oil to treat aches and pains, another easy way to take the oil is by a topical application.This is a great option if you want to treat something like joint pain or sore muscles.There are CBD products created just for topical application, like lotions and creams. When using a cream make sure you let your skin absorb it before washing. Your skin will absorb the oil well since there are so many receptors.

  • Ingesting Orally

While oral ingestion is the most beginner-friendly method, you should also know that it will take longer to feel the effects of the oil. The oil will be absorbed by your digestive tract, which is a slower system. It’s normal to not feel the effects for one to two hours after you first ingested the oil. However, once they kick in, they’re long-lasting.



 How much CBD should I take?


Mayo Clinic suggests CBD dosages based on scientific research, publications, traditional use, and expert opinion. Cannabinoid dosages and duration of treatment depend mainly on the illness (and countless other factors).

The following chart from Mayo Clinic provides specific dosage recommendations for various illnesses:



  • Loss of Appetite in Cancer Patients: 2.5mg of THC (orally), with or without 1mg of CBD for six weeks. [S
  • Chronic Pain: 2.5-20mg of CBD [with or without THC] (orally). [S]
  • Epilepsy: 200-300mg of CBD (orally) daily. [S]
  • Movement Problems Due to Huntington’s Disease: 10mg of CBD per kg of body weight daily for six weeks (orally). [S]
  • Sleep Disorders: 40mg-160mg of CBD (orally). [S]
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms: Cannabis plant extracts containing 2.5-120 milligrams of a THC/CBD combination daily for 2-15 weeks. Patients typically use eight sprays within any three hours, with a maximum of 48 sprays in any 24-hour period. [S]
  • Schizophrenia: 40-1,280mg oral CBD daily. [S]
  • Glaucoma: A single sublingual CBD dosage of 20-40mg (>40 mg may increase eye pressure). [S]