One of the most effective ways to absorb CBD into your body is via the Sublingual gland.
The sublingual gland is a salivary gland about the size of an almond that lies underneath the tongue in the floor of your mouth. Saliva drains from it through a number of small tubes that open on the inside of the mouth underneath the tongue.
Once the CBD passes through the gland under your tongue to the blood, it rapidly makes its way to the brain and the rest of the body, where it can start having effects. 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 these can last for a few hours. So if you're looking for a fast relief from pain, migraine, or acute stress, that may be the way to go. Plus, it allows you to easily titrate the dose. That is, you get relatively rapid feedback and can take another dose if necessary.
It all depends on your desired results; sublingual absorption is a very efficient method of daily intake of CBD. If you want your CBD to work quickly, then take the required serving under your tongue, waiting a minute to 90 seconds, and then swallowing. CBD oil being held under the tongue for 60 to 90 seconds before being swallowed, allows the mucus membranes in the mouth to absorb the compounds.
As a bonus, Kloris CBD oils come with a dropper, so you can place your CBD in your food, if you do not want to place the drops sublingually. Be aware when doing this that the absorption rate will be much slower than placing drops directly under your tongue.
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