What Do CBD Drinks Do?

What Do CBD Drinks Do

Caffeine, alcohol, cocktail, coffee, pick your poison! We always thought that saying was a little odd because, well, why would you want to poison yourself?

That's probably why CBD is making a splash in the beverage scene. While still relatively new to the world of beverages, CBD drinks are gaining popularity.

So here's everything you need to know about CBD drinks. And why you might want to hop on the CBD trend once and for all.

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How CBD drinks work

There are many different ways to consume CBD. But drinking CBD is certainly a new venture that many are intrigued by.

In fact, CBD infused beverages run the gamut of non-alcoholic wine to cold brew coffee, CBD oil tea to mixed beverages and powders. Like our most recent product, the Delta 8 Drink Mix!

So, how exactly do CBD beverages work with your body? And how might cannabidiol access your system through liquid form?

The endocannabinoid system

Any time you engage with CBD products, you're allowing those cannabinoids to interact with your endocannabinoid system (ECS). Your ECS is in charge of regulating a variety of different body functions.

And typically works to keep our bodies and minds in a stable and balanced position. Unlike delta 9 gummies, CBD drinks are able to be metabolized faster due to their liquid form.

Health benefits associated with CBD infused drinks are still undergoing research as to how it may ease chronic pain depression anxiety cancer pain and more unlike other drugs

So you may start to feel the effects of a CBD infused drink in as little as 20 minutes. That being said, effects may vary based on the serving you drink, the type of hemp, the CBD content, and concentrations of other ingredients.

Ultimately, many are adding CBD to their beverages not only to test out the latest CBD products on the market. But to find new ways to ingest cannabis plants in a potentially anti-inflammatory product.

Types of CBD drinks

Cannabis products always vary based on their distributor and the quality of the hemp. But below are the most common types of CBD products you'll find out there - including those you'll find in CBD beverages.

Full spectrum CBD

Full spectrum CBD beverages will include all additional cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. This also means it may contain trace amounts of THC, the compound that produces mind altering effects.

But these types of CBD beverages may still be non-psychoactive. After all, it's only small amounts of THC we're talking about.

That being said, how much CBD is in your CBD beverage depends on the manufacturer and their overall process. So keep this in mind as you explore the market of CBD drinks.

Broad spectrum CBD

Broad spectrum CBD drinks may also contain additional cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. But it goes through a specific process to eliminate any THC.

Research has shown that marijuana may be effective at treating epilepsy and pain among its other potential health benefits though thc may produce psychoactive side effects that not all consumers want

This makes a broad spectrum CBD drink ideal for those who want CBD oil in their system. But without any risk of ingesting THC in their drink. (Also a great CBD option for pets.)

After all, THC is what most drug tests screen for, not CBD. So if you have any upcoming tests that you don't want to test positive on, consider this type of CBD beverage your best bet.

CBD isolate

CBD infused products with CBD isolate contain just pure CBD. No additional cannabinoids or THC from the plant can be found.

With these various beverage choices, it's clear that you can truly tailor any CBD drink to your specific needs and desires. So don't think that CBD drinks are one size fits all.

Finding your unique delicious beverage has never been easier. And that's thanks to the variety of CBD drinks out there.

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Potential wellness benefits

The supply chain of CBD drinks may be quick to tell you that there are guaranteed benefits. But because hemp infused drinks are so new, there's still a lot of research to be done.

Drinking CBD infused drinks may calm consumers by easing anxiety and pain though more research is needed to understand its relationship and thus benefits to cancer and other health conditions

That being said, below are some of the potential effects you may find in any CBD tea, coffee, or water. So take each of these points with a grain of salt.

May ease inflammation

CBD oil itself has been found to possess anti-inflammatory properties. So it stands that drinking CBD may ease inflammation, though it is not guaranteed or scientifically proven.

Still, that hasn't stopped folks from reaching for a CBD drink or two. Or a CBD rub even. And with preliminary research unearthing some positive effects, we're hopeful that more studies will only continue to reveal good things.

Offers alternative to alcohol

Okay, this isn't necessarily a virtue that CBD drinks itself possess. But for those looking to cut back on alcohol, CBD beverages offer a nice alternative.

Flavors like peach ginger may be available depending on the CBD brand you go with though no substantial health benefits have been proven

It's one thing to reach for a sugary soda at a social event when you're trying to avoid wine. But with CBD's potential positive effects, it makes sense that such a beverage could offer a better alternative to sugary carbonation.

This way, you're still able to enjoy the occasional social drink. But without worrying too much about your alcohol or sugar intake.

The bottom line

There is still plenty of scientific evidence to be unearthed when it comes to CBD drinks. But for now, plenty of folks are happy to give it a shot based on their previous experiences with CBD and THC to boot.

So whether you're looking for a non-alcoholic social beverage or simply an alternative to kombucha, consider CBD drinks and drink mixes. You may find a new favorite beverage to reach for.

And as CBD drinks grow in popularity, you can say you were there from the beginning. Like the original trend setter. 

Keep Reading: How Much CBD Oil Should I Give My Cat?

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