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cbd oil oral spray

Lemon:
CBD Hemp Extract, Raw Organic Coconut Oil (MCT oil) and Natural Lemon Flavouring.

Natural:
CBD Hemp Extract and Raw Organic Coconut Oil (MCT oil).

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Ingredients

Shake well before use. Spray directly under your tongue, and hold the oil for at least 90 seconds, until fully absorbed. We recommend starting with a total of 14 sprays per day, spread over 2-3 doses.

We have chosen MCT (Coconut) Oil as a carrier for our Oral Spray as research has proven it to be one of the best carrier oils for CBD – this is easily absorbed and has little to no flavour, though this has been suggested to be more suitable for people less appreciative of the natural CBD taste.

Berry:
CBD Hemp Extract, Raw Organic Coconut Oil (MCT oil) and Natural Berry Flavouring.

Disclaimer:
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, and BeYou Together Ltd makes no official medical claims surrounding CBD. This product is intended to be taken sublingually (absorbed underneath the tongue).

Health Canada recommends starting with a low dose, such as one spray, and gradually increas ing it as the effects become apparent. If you’re new to cannabis, Health Canada recommends that you opt for a product with a mild THC level or equal or higher amounts of CBD , which has been reported anecdotally by cannabis consumers to counteract the psychoactive effects of the THC.

Shake the bottle well before using to ensure the extract is evenly mixed with the oil. Typical use is to push down on the pump and spray under your tongue or on the inside of your cheek.

Oral sprays are a smoke-free option for consuming cannabis. Cannabis extract is mixed with a neutral oil and packaged in a convenient, portable spray bottle.

How Much Should I Take?

To figure out how much THC and CBD you are getting with each spray, take a look at the packaging to learn how much of the oil each spray delivers. For example, this oral spray comes in a 40 mL size, and the packaging states one spray equals 0.1 mL. The product contains 25 mg of THC per mL, and 30 mg of CBD per mL, so you’ll get 2.5 mg of THC and 3.0 mg of CBD per spray.

The basics on oral sprays, including how to use them, how to determine how much to consume and the timing of onset of reported effects.

As with other cannabis products, there is no recommended dosage. Every consumer will experience individual effects , depending on many factors, including sex, age, frequency of use and how much is consumed.

When you ingest an oral cannabis product, your body processes it differently than when cannabis is inhaled. One difference is in the onset of effects: Health Canada reports that while smoking or vaporizing cannabis produces an effect within minutes, it may take longer for the effects of oral spray to become apparent, depending on factors such as how much food is in your stomach and the dosage. The effects of oral spray also last much longer than when cannabis is inhaled.