Vaping as a method of taking CBD is potential way of maximizing what the body can absorb. If a product is swallowed, the amount absorbed into the blood stream is generally between 30-50% of the total dose. When someone uses oils to absorb under the tongue, the amount generally increases to between 50-65%. But when one inhales from vapes that aerosolize CBD, the bioavailability can reach up to 90%, meaning that one can use a lower dose but still get the same benefits compared to a higher dosed edible. On top of the increased dose, ingesting CBD and other cannabis products can irritate the stomach and intestines. The drawback to many vaping products, including those containing CBD, can be sensitivities that clients may have to inhaling any products. Those who have higher risk of getting lung diseases should be advised to avoid these products, but those looking for a more impactful dose might find these products extremely intriguing.
As far as more mass appeal products that Savage CBD offers, the gummies offered use a hemp extract with a focus on CBD. Each piece yields a label claim of at least 50 mg of active ingredient. The company published a certificate of analysis that shows that the active ingredient includes a good mix of cannabinoid ingredients with the most prominent being CBD. Gummies overall are a great idea to entice the newer client into the market but are certainly an expensive invitation with each piece costing around five dollars on sale. However, other gummies on the market are usually not as high a dose, meaning that a client would get their money’s worth given the content within the pieces.
Another line of products offered by Savage CBD include the omnipresent oils that many stores and websites offer, but the twist for Savage is the flavoring component that may turn more heads than the straight cannabis-focused products. Two flavors currently offered include two citrus-focused types including lemon-lime and pink-grapefruit. For people who may be off-put by a strong grass-focused note that cannabis products are generally associated with, citrus flavors are an interesting way to help brighten the experience without detracting from the overall intention of the products. These tinctures also have label claims of 50 mg per dose (generally 1 ml or a dropperful) where people have the option of dosing less or more based on their experience. This is generally helpful for a larger audience who may be hesitant to the market overall or who had literal bad tastes with other companies on the market.
When it comes to absorbing products under the tongue, taste is paramount. The focus on flavors is an interesting niche in the CBD market. The benefits of flavors are even great in exposing larger amounts of clients to what CBD can offer to one’s overall health. The health benefits are numerous as you may have already read, but healthcare providers are even now looking to CBD as alternatives to many problematic treatments for inflammation-related diseases. CBD versus ibuprofen or other over the counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can definitely decrease the potential for stomach bleeds or cardiac issues that NSAIDs yield. And if flavored CBD products can help expose more people to these benefits, then companies like Savage CBD should be commended.