It’s 2020 and there are countless different ways to ingest CBD. Put aside the gummies and topicals of the world (for a moment) and let’s talk about a different category of CBD products: supplements. CBD supplements are used like all other products to promote overall health and well-being. However, supplements are an easy way to transition into CBD use for beginners, or just those who are looking for a convenient, simple form of ingestion. 

What is CBD? 

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. There are many therapeutic attributes linked to this cannabinoid and these continue to be thoroughly researched and tested by doctors and scientists across the globe. CBD works in conjunction with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is the internal system in the human body that helps to keep all functions within the body operating properly. If the endocannabinoid system in the body is thrown off, then it can cause symptoms and potential health problems. This is why it is so important to ensure that your ECS system is functioning properly. By adding more cannabinoids into the body (such as CBD), it can help to bring the ECS system back to normal if needed to be stabilized, therefore potentially helping with the symptoms that one is experiencing.

CBD is also a non-psychoactive compound so it will not make someone high or feel any sense of euphoria. This is the key difference between CBD and it’s neighbor on the cannabis plant, THC. Prior to the discovery of CBD, the cannabis plant was perceived as taboo, and many strayed from anything with the word “cannabis” in it because of one too many brownies in their college days. CBD allows many to have the peace of mind knowing that they can enjoy the potential health solutions it may have, but not have to experience paranoia or lose any control of their mental state.

What are the common uses of CBD supplements?

Since CBD supplements are portable and easy to take, there are some common uses specific to this product category that just make sense:

  • Anxiety/Depression – There is promising research being conducted to prove that CBD is able to help to treat anxiety and depression. However, this can also help to relieve anxiety symptoms. For example, if you are frequently nauseous and become anxious about being nauseous, then CBD may be able to help by working with the ECS system to reduce symptoms of nausea, therefore reducing anxiety levels.
  • Insomnia – Once people are sick of counting sheep, geese and whatever else they can imagine, people that have difficulty sleeping have turned to CBD to help with insomnia. In fact, studies suggest that CBD may help to fall and stay asleep. CBD supplements now often include melatonin as well to further promote sleep.
  • IBS – There have been studies that suggest those that suffer from IBS have an endocannabinoid deficiency. Since CBD can help to add cannabinoids into the body, CBD can help IBS by stabilizing the ECS system and alleviating these symptoms. Many people feel comfortable taking CBD supplements as it is easy to work into their daily routine with any other medications. 

What’s my dosage?

Typical capsules range from 25mg to 50mg of CBD per dose. Reading the labels will provide further instruction on how many capsules are appropriate per dose. Again, it’s important to consult with your doctor before stopping any other medications and trying out CBD products.


CBD supplements are used more and more to promote overall health and well-being. Supplements can be an easy way to start CBD use, and a convenient way to incorporate it into your daily routine.  You can get a wide variety of CBD supplements and capsules at