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Coconut-derived MCT Oil, Gelatin, Purified Water, Glycerin, Broad-spectrum CBD Extract.

These capsules are broad-spectrum and contain no THC.

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4. MedTerra Full-Spectrum CBD/THC Capsules 3,000mg.

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CBD capsules are a popular option for CBD users because they’re convenient and they absorb slower into the bloodstream through the body’s digestive system. With gummies and oil tinctures, most of the absorption occurs while the product is in the mouth, entering the blood vessels under the tongue.

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CBD products come in hundreds of varieties, from topical creams to delicious gummies to oil tinctures to capsules. Each has its own advantages, but for those who don’t want the sticky sweet taste of a gummy or the mess of oil, the CBD capsule reigns supreme. Capsules bring all of the potential benefits of other CBD products plus long-lasting effects and convenience.

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Broad-spectrum Hemp Extract, MCT Oil, Sunflower Lecithin, Beta-caryophyllene, Sorbic Acid, Gel Shell (Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerine, Water).

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In this guide, we’ll cover seven of the best CBD capsules on the market today. Each capsule brings potency, quality, and consistency to the table, and we’ve done the heavy lifting of researching each price and dose. Sit back, relax, and get ready to discover the best CBD capsules money can buy.

Some doctors also use CBD to mitigate serious seizures, and, in fact, the FDA currently has one approved CBD-based medication on the market for just that purpose. CBD itself was only recently legalized at the federal level with 2018’s Farm Bill , but we’re sure that further research will show us just how amazing this naturally occurring compound really is.

Broad and full-spectrum CBD.

Organic MCT Oil (Medium Chain Triglycerides), Full-Spectrum Hemp Extract, Vegetable Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide.

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$109.99 per bottle.

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Cornbread CBD might sound funny, but don’t let the humorous name fool you. Cornbread has been creating some of the best, most potent CBD blends on the market, with a quality guarantee that’s as delicious as…well, cornbread! This CBD capsule from Cornbread perfectly encapsulates the brand’s quality commitment, featuring 25mg of the finest full-spectrum hemp extract. Featured in the likes of Forbes, The Chicago Tribune, and LAWEEKLY , Cornbread is making some serious noise in the industry. Try these CBD capsules today and learn what makes this brand so special in an industry of intense competition.

6. Royal CBD Capsules 750mg.

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During your venture into the list, you may find products listed as “broad-spectrum” or “full-spectrum.” Broad-spectrum CBD products contain only some of Cannabis’ cannabinoids, and typically don’t contain THC. Full-spectrum products often contain the entire lineup of cannabinoids, including THC. Read each description and label carefully to ensure you’re getting the right product for your needs.

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Topicals only typically affect the general area on the skin where they’re applied, and inhaling CBD through a vape pen creates quick but short-lived effects. It’s only with capsules that you get relief that can last several hours as the CBD capsule dissolves slowly and releases its CBD.

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MedTerra’s CBD capsules are full-spectrum and contain THC.

$89.99 per bottle.

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CBD, short for cannabidiol, is undergoing a surge in popularity as the hot new supplement, with a promise to treat a variety of conditions including pain, anxiety, and insomnia, just to name a few. It’s also available in all manner of forms, from lotions and oils to CBD-infused food and drink. But does it work?

CBD is one of the compounds in the cannabis plant, better known as marijuana. Unlike the famous cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD doesn’t cause the psychological effects typical of being “high”. Both CBD and THC act on the body’s natural endocannabinoid system, which plays a role in many processes including appetite, pain and memory.

The scientific evidence around CBD use is thin, a fact that is mainly due to politics. “Cannabis has been a Schedule 1 drug for a long time, which has limited the type of research needed to figure out how best to use it therapeutically,” says Kevin Boehnke, Ph.D., research investigator in the department of anesthesiology and the Michigan Medicine Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center. Under the U.S. Federal Controlled Substances Act, Schedule 1 drugs are defined as having no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.

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Boehnke and Clauw recommend that people with chronic pain talk to their doctor about adding CBD to their treatment plan, and continue to use their prescribed medication. They offer the following advice for people wanting to try CBD:

Much of the research literature around CBD in particular supports its use as a treatment for childhood epilepsy. Indeed, in 2018 the FDA approved the CBD-based drug Epidiolex as a drug for childhood epileptic conditions. In a substantial policy shift, Epidiolex was designated as Schedule V, which is the least restrictive drug schedule and indicates little potential for abuse.

While there aren’t any published clinical trials on CBD in pain, Boehnke notes that ongoing preclinical studies in animals have demonstrated that CBD reduces pain and inflammation, and studies of CBD in humans show that it is well-tolerated and has few negative side effects. “There are also observational studies that ask why people use CBD and if it’s effective, and results tend to be quite positive. People report using CBD for anxiety, pain, sleep — all things that go hand-in-hand with chronic pain,” he says. The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp-derived CBD (<0.3% THC) from the Controlled Substances Act, and many people are since testing it out. Boehnke says, “Even though there isn’t clinical trial literature for most common uses of CBD, people don’t necessarily follow what clinical trials say.”

Route of administration matters. CBD is best taken in pill or capsule form for slow extended release or as an oral tincture (infused oil that contains CBD) for faster effect onset.

Start low, go slow. Take a small amount and slowly increase your dosage until you start to get symptom relief over a matter of weeks. Track your symptoms to get a sense of whether or not CBD is a helpful part of your treatment plan.

So many people are turning to CBD as an alternative pain reliever, especially in light of the opioid crisis, that in a commentary published in Annals of Internal Medicine , Boehnke and Daniel Clauw, M.D., director of the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center, provided advice for clinicians on how to counsel their patients about CBD and cannabis use.

Yet marijuana has been used as a medicinal plant for thousands of years, he notes. In fact, one of the first recorded uses of cannabis was for rheumatism, also known as arthritis. Cannabis products were widely used as medicines in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and were listed in the U.S. Pharmacopoeia before the onset of Federal restriction in 1937 under the Marijuana Tax Act.

They also provided guidance for the Arthritis Foundation, who recently surveyed 2,600 people with arthritis and found that 29% currently use CBD to treat arthritis symptoms.

Purchase from reputable sources. Like vitamins and other supplements, CBD products aren’t regulated or FDA approved to treat disease, so buyer beware. Look for products that have been tested by an independent third party lab “so you don’t end up with a product that has THC in it or a product contaminated with heavy metals or pesticides,” says Boehnke.

People looking for a safer pain reliever are turning to cannabis-derived CBD. Michigan Medicine experts weigh in on what’s currently known about the trendy supplement.

Don’t smoke or vape. Bottom line is smoking anything harms the lungs. Vaping has been associated with a recent epidemic of lung disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.

Check your state laws. While medical marijuana is legal in many states, it’s still illegal at the Federal level, putting CBD in a legal gray zone in many areas.