What To Know About CBD Gummies

Gummies are such a fun way to take supplements. From daily multivitamin gummies and apple cider vinegar gummies to melatonin and cannabidiol (CBD) gummies, the possibilities are endless. After all, we all deserve some sweetness in our day.

CBD gummies are one of the most popular ways to take CBD. They’re great for on-the-go, and they provide a consistent dose every time and have long-lasting effects—what more could you ask for?

If you’re wondering what to know about CBD gummies, we’ve got you covered. In this article, we will lay out everything you need to know about CBD gummies and answer some of the most frequently asked questions.

What To Know About CBD Gummies

CBD gummies fall under the category of edibles. They’re sweet (or sour), chewy candies infused with CBD and often other cannabis compounds. CBD is one of the most popular cannabinoids. It produces its effects by interacting with your endocannabinoid system—a cell-signaling communication system that plays a vital role in the regulation of various processes and functions in the body, such as sleep, mood, inflammatory response and pain, metabolism, and memory. 

Because of this interaction, CBD has become popular for relieving sleeping troubles, alleviating everyday aches and pains, helping with muscle recovery, and mitigating mild anxiety.

The effects experienced when taking gummies is similar to products like CBD oils or tinctures, but the time it takes to feel the effects, as well as the duration of effects, are different. In general, gummies take a bit longer to kick in compared to sublingual consumption of CBD, but the effects are likely to last longer. You can expect it to take anywhere from 45 minutes to two hours to initially feel the onset, and the effects may last anywhere from six to 12 hours.

Types of CBD Gummies

Like most other edibles and CBD products, CBD gummies come in three different forms:

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What To Know About CBD Gummies FAQs
Will CBD gummies get me high?

CBD gummies by and large aren't likely to give most people that “fuzzy haze” because there is such a small amount of THC (<0.3% in federally legal products). But if you’re sensitive to THC

Are CBD gummies and hemp gummies the same thing?

In some cases, yes. Many companies, including Feals, market their hemp-derived CBD products as hemp products. However, sometimes hemp oil and hemp gummies are made from a different extract called hemp seed oil which will not contain CBD or other cannabinoids. Make sure to read the label closely to ensure you’re getting the product you intended to purchase.

Where can I buy CBD gummies?

You can purchase hemp-derived CBD gummies online in most states if you’re 18 or older. To ensure you’re buying a safe, high-quality product, always ask for third-party testing results (known as a Certificate of Analysis or a CBD lab report). This tests for things like cannabinoid and terpene profile, potency, pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals, microbiological contaminants, and residual solvents.

Are CBD gummies vegan?

There are many vegan options on the market today. To replace the traditional use of gelatin to give gummies their trademark texture, there are several companies out there that make their gummies with things like Agar Agar powder. If you have allergies or dietary preferences, be sure to read the ingredients list carefully.

Feals: A Better Way To Feel Better

At Feals, we’re dedicated to providing you with a better way to feel better. Our CBD products are made with only the finest ingredients and third-party tested to ensure the highest safety and quality.

If you still have questions about what to know about CBD gummies or about what Feals can do for you, call our CBD hotline at 844-311-9090 or check out our products today.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This article is for informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.

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