Reasons Why You Should Try CBD in 2023

Reasons Why You Should Try CBD in 2023

CBD, CBN, CBG... CBD Tinctures, CBD rubs and salves, and even CBD Bath products... What is what, what does what, and where do you find the best on the market? Here's how to discover the best quality CBD (at the best price) in 2023 and beyond.

New to CBD? Getting introduced to the miracle cannabinoid doesn't have to be hard, but it helps to have a roadmap to help you get started. If you’re new or simply beginning your research journey on CBD these tips can help.

Here’s what you need to know.

CBD. CBN. CBG. What's the Difference?

A Cannabinoid is a diverse classification of the many active chemical compounds found in the Hemp and Cannabis Plants. These compounds can be non-psychoactive (CBD) and Psychoactive (THC).  The Hemp and Cannabis Plants can contain over 100 different cannabinoid compounds. These “cannabinoids” are more popularly known as CBD, CBG, CBN, CBC, and THC, just to name a few.

Cannabinoids are broken down in the following subcategories:

  • Major cannabinoids: Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
  • Minor cannabinoids: Cannabichromene (CBC), Cannabigerol (CBG), Cannabinol (CBN), Cannabinodiol (CBDL)
  • Other cannabinoids: Cannabielsoin (CBE), Cannabitriol (CBT), Cannabicyclol (CBL)

There are differences in each... While CBN and CBG may have antibacterial properties, for instance, CBD and CBC do not, and while CBG may help with digestive issues and CBN might induce appetite, neither CBD nor CBC appear to have any significant impact on your digestive system. To learn the differences in detail before deciding on a Full-Spectrum CBD or Isolate CBD product, click here.

CBD for Relaxation

Approximately 40 million Americans suffer from anxiety at some point in their life. However, there have been a few limited studies on the benefits of CBD oil on anxiety and anxiety disorders. 

Many people who suffer from anxiety report that they feel less stressed after taking CBD oil regularly. If you're looking for something to help maintain normal emotional balance and a sense of relaxation, give our Full-Spectrum Tincture a try.

Can CBD Help You Sleep?

If you're having trouble getting to sleep, does CBD help? The body's endocannabinoid system helps regulate bodily functions like your appetite and sleep patterns. CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system and can have beneficial effects.

Different Ways To Try CBD

If you're new to CBD oil, you may be wondering how to take it. The good news is that there are lots of ways to enjoy the benefits of CBD. CBD comes in many shapes, forms and sizes as well as different application methods. Here are some of the most popular ways to enjoy CBD:

  • Drop oil tinctures directly under your tongue for quick use. 
  • Enjoy CBD oil as a water soluble liquid - this can also be added to drinks. 
  • Treat yourself to gummies which you can take like a daily vitamin.
  • Add CBD Honey to your homemade recipes.
  • Apply it directly to your skin when bathing
  • Lastly, you can use CBD topical creams for aftershower care.

Post Workout 


Even if you're in good health, you might want to consider adding CBD to your daily routine. Especially if you're a physically active individual who wants to increase their performance and reduce the negative effects of intense and prolonged exercise.

CBD has a host of benefits, including the ability to help maintain optimal health, and may help relieve issues associated with  normal daily exercise and activity. That's why it's a popular choice among athletes—whether they're recovering from a workout or just looking to help maintain physical wellbeing after a tough stretch of training.

CBD Won't Get You High


CBD oil doesn’t get you high as long as it contains up to 0.3% THC. The effects of CBD are more subtle, but they are still noticeable. CBD doesn’t have intoxicating properties. It can make you feel calm and relaxed, but these effects aren’t comparable to what you get from consuming marijuana.

It's important to note that not all CBD oils are created equal. Some CBD products are produced from marijuana plants, and as such, they may contain a significant amount of THC (5% and up). These products can produce a psychoactive high. However, they also contain high levels of CBD due to selective breeding of the strains used for extraction, so the high will be more balanced.

Final Thoughts

We know you've been hearing a lot about CBD lately, and that's why we're here to help.

If you're interested in trying CBD to support overall health, it's always important to check in with a healthcare professional first. They can help you decide whether adding CBD to your daily routine is right for you. Research investigating the effects of CBD on certain conditions is ongoing, and there is still much to be learned about the potential uses of CBD. 

As always, it's important to keep in mind that CBD affects everyone differently, especially if you’re new to CBD products. At lost range.® all of our products contain less than 0.3% of THC. If you're looking to give CBD a try, contact us today!




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