CBD Oil vs CBD Gummies

These days you can buy gummy anything. Once upon a time, it was pretty much just gummy bears and Swedish fish. Now, gummies may come in all shapes and sizes. You can even buy a five-pound gummy bear on Amazon for $30.5 If your kids (or you) don’t like taking pills, many OTC drugs, vitamins, and supplements are available in gummy form. The same holds true for CBD supplements. (But you should avoid buying CBD on Amazon!)

CBD gummies are a fun and convenient way to get your daily dose of CBD. These gummies are CBD edibles in the form of small, chewy and delicious natural fruit-flavored bites. With all the CBD gummies available online today, there’s a wide range of quality from premium to bargain basement.

Cornbread Hemp has developed perhaps the only CBD gummies available that are USDA organic, full spectrum, and vegan. And these full spectrum, non-GMO organic, vegan CBD gummies come in a mix of berry flavors—three different flavors in each container: strawberry, blueberry, and raspberry.

Every ingredient that goes into Cornbread Hemp’s CBD gummies is certified organic by the USDA. When we say that Cornbread Hemp’s gummies are “berry flavored,” we don’t mean some weird chemical additive that tastes like a generic movie theater berry slushy. We use actual organic blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries. And the little bit of natural sugar from the fruit is perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth.

Our gummies are also vegan. They’re made with pectin and agar. Most other gummy producers use gelatin, which is made from animal byproducts to thicken and mold their products. Pectin is a fiber found in fruits and vegetables that is often used to thicken jellies and jams. Agar is also a thickener that naturally comes from seaweed.

Because gummies are digested, it can take longer to feel the effects of the CBD than when it’s taken by sublingual oil. This delayed effect has pros and cons. Gummies are metabolized slower than CBD oil since they have to be broken down by your digestive system. This may mean that CBD from a gummy might stay in your system longer than the more directly delivered CBD oil.

Additionally, the CBD digested in a gummy must also pass through the liver before circulating in your bloodstream.6 A 2009 report indicated that gummies and edibles in general have an absorption rate of between 4 and 20 percent, depending on concentration.7

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