Thousands of studies have been done investigating CBD and natural balancing effects from its interaction with the endocannabinoid system. Research continues to find new ways that cannabinoids can help the human body. The most important thing to consider when starting a CBD regimen is finding a high-quality product that you can trust like OG CBD.


Why OG CBD? We only use non-GMO, pesticide free and herbicide free hemp plants. Make sure to stay away from synthetic CBD products and companies that do not define how their CBD is processed from seed to product.  Look for organic, homegrown products that are carbon dioxide extracted. Did you know OG CBD ensures lab-tested quality and consistency, offering the highest potency on the market? Now that you have the quality product from OG CBD you can trust, how should you best incorporate CBD into your lifestyle?

When CBD oil is swallowed, it has to be digested thus exposing it to an acidic environment. When absorbed sublingually under the tongue, the CBD skips the digestive system for quicker processing into the bloodstream. For this reason, it is better to leave the CBD oil under your tongue for a few minutes if you choose to take it orally. If CBD oil is applied topically to the skin rather than reaching the bloodstream, it solely interacts with nearby receptors for localized application.  

When CBD oil is vaped, it nearly immediately passes through the lungs into the bloodstream. I feel vaping CBD allows me to quickly reap the benefits. It helps when I feel anxious or need to reshift my focus. It also has helped me with any pain throughout the day and also the occasional from time to time. The OG vape pods are great to keep CBD on the go.


Depending on the type and method, it can take a couple of minutes to a couple of hours after consumption for CBD to begin interacting with cannabinoid receptors in your body. Tracking how you feel on a weekly basis is a great tool to help you understand what works best for your particular lifestyle. We recommend starting a journal to log how you feel.