What Is CBD Sublingual Spray

Many people find that taking tablets or supplements even in capsule form is difficult or perhaps uncomfortable for them, and the option of taking a Sublingual spray is definitely more attractive to them.

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When it comes to CBD (cannabidiol), then the options or ways that someone can take CBD are indeed many.

Up until just a few years ago (around 2016) CBD was available mainly in oil form and soft-gel capsules – both of which remain the most popular way to take CBD.

Now however the ‘new kid on the block’ is CBD sublingual spray.

A sublingual spray – ‘sublingual’ meaning administered under the tongue – is a quick, clean, and efficient way to administer CBD without the need to open a messy oil bottle or fumble around for tablets.

The advantages of a sublingual CBD spray over conventional methods include…

  • CBD sublingual spray is clean and efficient to administer.
  • Sublingual medications in general are more quickly and efficiently drawn directly into the blood stream without having to go through the gut.
  • Effects of sublingual spray can be felt within 10 – 15 minutes, much quicker than oral medications.
  • The sublingual spray is especially helpful when applying to children who cannot stand the taste of raw hemp oil

Why is sublingual better than oral

Taking any medicine under the tongue instead of just swallowing it down is registered as being a much quicker and efficient way of absorbing many medications, with heart medication in particular being perhaps the most commonly known.

This applies whether it is a tablet, oil, or indeed sublingual spray.

Taking CBD or any medication orally means that it has to go through the digestive system before reaching the bloodstream. By its very nature this means that a lot of the effectiveness can be lost in the digestive process.

By spraying cbd under the tongue (sublingually) then it has a much quicker and efficient journey into the bloodstream and so to the root cause of the problem a user seeks to alleviate.

Is CBD spray better than oil

While it is true that even with the CBD oil, it is better to apply it under the tongue when taking a daily dose. The CBD spray has a advantages over the oil some of which are seen in the paragraph above.

When we consider whether or not the spray is ‘better’ than the oil, we have to consider what we mean by ‘better’.

For example some would consider the CBD spray better than the oil because they cannot stomach the taste of raw hemp oil, and the spray is considered to be not as harsh tasting.

If the results are what counts however, there is no doubt that some of the CBD oils have a stronger concentrate of CBD content than the spray versions, and so may be considered the better alternative.

People who have digestive problems or are troubled with nausea, can also find that the spray is better or more pleasant to use for them.

Is CBD sublingual spray addictive

Care must be taken when choosing a CBD spray that it does not contain the element THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) as this is the element in the cannabis plant that makes it addictive.

This is the element that the drug users seek to get them ‘high’ and in most countries and US states would make it illegal to sell over-the-counter.

Fortunately good producers of legal CBD oils and sprays are on the case and producing CBD sublingual sprays like SWIFT CBD Spray.

This sublingual CBD spray is 100% legal and is guaranteed a clean and effective spray by the CBDPure company, who even offer a money back satisfaction guarantee if you are unhappy with the product for any reason.

So in effect any LEGAL CBD spray is not addictive as it contains only the CBD element which will not get you high or addicted.

In particular the SWIFT CBD spray sold by CBDPure is made from CBD isolate only which is near 100% pure CBD with no other elements of the cannabis plant from which it is taken.

Check out more on this article – or go straight to the SwiftCBD homepage hereOpens in a new tab. and check out for yourself the quality of their CBD Sublingual spray.

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