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How Long Does It Take CBD to Start Working?


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How fast does CBD oil work? It’s a question that many people have once they decide that they’d like to try CBD for the first time. Of course, understanding how quickly you’ll experience potential benefits is only part of the story. You’re also probably curious to learn about things like how long CBD stays in your system or which form of CBD offers the quickest results. Let’s unlock the answers! 1

How long for CBD oil to take effect after a dose?

First, it’s important to know that your experience will vary based on your own biology and the product you’re using. CBD generally “kicks in” between 15 minutes and three hours after consumption. We’ll cover the fastest ways to get CBD results in just a bit. Next, let’s explore some of the factors that contribute to each person’s unique experience with CBD.

What Affects How Long CBD Stays in Your System?

How long does CBD last in your system? This is a case where the answer is going to vary by person. A number of factors actually affect how long CBD stays in a person’s system. The general consensus based on research is that CBD stays in a person’s system for between two and five days. Some people could have CBD in their systems for weeks. That may be important to know if you’re interested in taking a full-spectrum CBD oil from CBDfx that contains traces of THC. Here’s a look at some of the key factors that will reduce or lengthen CBD’s lifespan in your system:

  1. Frequency of use. CBD builds in your body over time.
  2. The amount that you use. A higher dose of CBD will stay in your system for a longer time.
  3. Your personal body chemistry and metabolism.
  4. Bodymassindex (BMI).
  5. Methodofconsumption.

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Food intake can also impact how long CBD stays in your system. For instance, taking CBD on an empty stomach will cause the CBD to be metabolized and eliminated by your body in a faster cycle. Taking CBD on a full stomach slows the way it cycles through your system. Next, we’ll discuss how your method of consumption impacts your CBD experience.

How You Take CBD Oil Matters

Yes, the method you use to consume CBD is going to impact your experience. CBD vape products tend to offer the quickest results because the CBD is entering your lungs directly. This method also causes the CBD to leave your body quicker than other intake methods. How long for CBD vape to work? You can typically expect to feel the effects within a few minutes. CBD oils and tinctures also offer quick results. That’s because CBD oil that is applied under the tongue enters your bloodstream quickly. Unlike vape CBD products, CBD oil lingers in your system. How long does CBD tincture take to work? It typically takes between 30 minutes and three hours for a tincture to kick in. The potency of the oil you’re using will play a role in how quickly things get moving. High-potency CBD tinctures from Lazarus Naturals that are mixed into food can take longer to kick in than CBD oil that is applied directly under your tongue. The same goes for CBD edibles. You’ll have to wait for your digestive system to metabolize the CBD oil if you opt for the edible route.

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Lastly, you can opt for what is widely considered to be the “slowest” delivery method for CBD. That would be creams or lotions. CBD salves and roll on from Pure Ratios absorb slowly into the skin after being applied topically. Many people enjoy these products for long-term use. However, you generally won’t feel a huge impact upon the first application. CBD Duration Chart To summarize, let’s view CBD duration in the form of the table:

CBD ProductType OnsetTime DurationoftheEffects
CBD vapeoils 2 minutes 30 minutes – anhour
CBD oils 30 minutes – 3 hours Upto 4 hours
CBD edibles 60 minutes Upto 6 hours
CBD topicals Hourstoshoweffect Upto 5 hours

Do Quality, Manufacturer and Type of CBD Matter?

A higher quality of CBD is likely going to produce sharper, more potent results. What’s more, effectiveness and potency can vary by manufacturer. Potency can play a role in how quickly you’ll feel results with something like a tincture. That’s why it’s important to measure strength in milligrams against product volume instead of simply assuming that a higher volume means higher potency. CBD type can also impact your experience. Generally, a full-spectrum CBD product is going to stay in your system longer than a broad-spectrum product. There is also the concern that the trace amount of THC contained in full-spectrum CBD could say in your system long enough to be detected in a blood test. Broad-spectrum CBD undergoes a process that eliminates THC.

Conclusion

How quickly does CBD oil work? The bottom line is that you can feel an impact within minutes using a direct method like vaping or sublingual oil. Edibles or tincture oils mixed with food create more of a “trickle” effect. Nobody can say for certain how long any form of CBD will stay in a person’s system. Most data points to a window of two to five days. However, it’s not impossible for CBD to be present in your system for weeks. Originally appeared on CBD.market blog.

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Alex Malkin is CBD-enthusiast, researcher, and co-founder of CBD.market, a trading platform for CBD products and educating. Alex is the author of the book "CBD: A Door to Better Health" and certified Nutrition and Wellness specialist.

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