CBD oil spray — how to use it and what to use it for
With so many different products available, it can be challenging to make an educated decision on what to use. Our suggestion for today is the CBD oil spray — easy and quick to use.
The benefits of CBD oil spray
- Pain relief and management
As other CBD products, CBD oil spray can help manage or eliminate pain. It’s a good choice for chronic patients who endure pain daily, and who might not be able to digest anything more substantial than a spray.
- Anxiety and depression
CBD is a known analgesic and anxiolytic. That means it can help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression. It influences the endocannabinoid receptors in the nervous system and can help regulate the hormone secretion.
- Skin health benefits
CBD oil spray can help with various skin conditions. Even if you don’t administer it topically — directly on the skin — the spray can have long-lasting, positive effects on the condition of your skin. It can diminish redness, puffiness, and even help with severe conditions like acne or psoriasis.
Why go for a spray over other products?
As we already mentioned, CBD comes in many forms. So, why chose CBD oil spray over some other products?
- Ease of use
CBD oil spray is very easy to use. All you have to do is spray one or two pumps onto the inside of your cheeks, depending on the dosage you’re taking. This makes the spray a better choice for patients who have tremors due to severe illnesses, for example.
- Quick and efficient
You don’t have to aim CBD oil spray under your tongue — you can just spray it on your inner cheeks and wait 30-60 seconds before swallowing. That leaves a big surface for absorption, and the administration is quicker than with other CBD products.
- Easy to absorb
CBD oil spray has a more liquid consistency than regular oil does, which makes it easier to absorb
Are there any cons to using CBD oil spray?
The only con of using CBD oil spray and other tinctures is the uncertain dosing. If the bottle only displays the total amount of CBD per bottle, instead of per serving, then you’ll have a harder time determining your optimal dose. What’s more, it will also be hard to define what the optimal dose is in milligrams rather than sprays or squirts.