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Formulated with a potent dose of CBD per capsule, CBD Sky capsules offer a simple and effective way to take your daily amount of CBD whenever and wherever you need it.
We have infused our CBD capsules with the same high-quality cannabidiol oil (CBD) that we use in our sublingual drops. But the big difference is that we have already done the math for you by measuring out an easy dose of CBD into a convenient capsule.
Furthermore, you can choose between full-spectrum or isolate cannabidiol (CBD) capsules depending on your goals with cannabidiol. As you can see, CBD Sky capsules are tailored for different types of consumers and their needs.
And, It is noteworthy to mention that sometimes, one capsule a day keeps the dropper away.
What Are CBD Sky Capsules?
As the name may lead you to expect, this is an encapsulated form of cannabidiol. “In the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, encapsulation refers to a range of dosage forms—techniques used to enclose medicines—in a relatively stable shell known as a capsule, allowing them to, for example, be taken orally” . And our CBD capsules work just like this. Consumers take the recommended serving subject to their needs and swallow the capsules as per their preference. Most users take 1-2 capsules daily or pair them with their other favorite CBD Sky products. This product line offers either full-spectrum CBD or pure CBD isolate.
Why would a person want to choose CBD capsules instead of CBD oil?
What’s inside a CBD capsule that you won’t find in sublingual drops?
Let’s take a look at these important questions.
Why CBD Capsules?
CBD capsules offer the same elements as CBD oil, but with the ease of capsule dosing.
The main reason why people take CBD capsules instead of oil is that capsules are devoid of the earthy taste of hemp extracts. Since they come in a flavorless shell, the capsules don’t leave any unpleasant aftertaste after swallowing.
Another great point of taking CBD capsules is the ease of use. A capsule is easily swallowed as is or with water and that’s it. And, each capsule comes with a premeasured dose of CBD. As such, this removes the problem of using a dropper each time you need to take cannabidiol. So that means precise dosing too!
Also, you can take CBD capsules wherever you go. You can take them with you in your backpack, or put them in the office drawer. Most importantly you can use them anytime you want easily and effectively.
CBD capsules offer an easy and convenient way to deliver CBD to your body.
How do CBD Capsules Work?
The main difference between CBD capsules and CBD oil tinctures is the way you administer them. Unlike capsules, CBD oil requires you to use a dropper to measure out the desired amount. Oil is absorbed via sublingual consumption or under the tongue. This allows the CBD to enter the bloodstream avoiding the digestive system. Moreover, resulting in a faster onset and with increased bioavailability.
As CBD capsules are taken orally, they pass through the digestive system before the CBD and other compounds are released into your system. Usually, people notice the first effects within 40–90 minutes after taking a capsule. The liver releases the CBD gradually, ensuring a longer effect.
From there, CBD interacts with your endocannabinoid system (ECS) to begin achieving your cannabidiol goals.
Why Buy CBD Sky CBD Capsules?
If you’re looking for a simple product to deliver your daily dose of CBD, capsules are one of the best products to do it. They are as convenient as CBD gummies but without any added sugar or flavorings.
At CBD Sky, we make sure that each batch of capsules is rigorously tested in a certified laboratory before we make them available for sale. All of our products come with certificates of analysis (COA) from independent labs confirming the potency, cannabinoid profile, and purity.
You can choose between full-spectrum and isolate-based capsules depending on the ingredients you want to include in your supplementation routine.
These CBD capsules have been designed for people who need more CBD as well as those who want to minimize the number of ingested capsules throughout the day.
Every “body” is different, so please take a little time experimenting with doses to achieve what feels best for you.
What’s Inside CBD SKY CBD Capsules?
CBD Sky CBD capsules are available in two formulas: one containing full-spectrum CBD, and the other based on pure CBD Isolate.
Here’s what you need to know about both types of CBD:
Full-spectrum CBD: CBD Sky products labeled as “full-spectrum” are made using the whole hemp plant. As such, they contain all the naturally occurring compounds in hemp, including cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. Full-spectrum CBD is preferred by certain individuals over isolates due to the entourage effect they create. The entourage effect is the synergy between the aforementioned compounds.
CBD Isolate: CBD Sky isolates are exactly what they sound like — single molecules which are usually available in a crystal form. They are then powdered and can be infused into a variety of products. And the advantage of isolates is that they have no odor or flavor. If you dislike the earthy taste of hemp, you may prefer the isolated version of the single compound of CBD. However, since there are no other compounds other than CBD in the product, you will not be receiving the entourage effect via the ECS.
As with any product, it’s natural to wonder if CBD Sky capsules can cause any dangerous side effects.
Are CBD Sky Capsules Safe?
The short answer is yes. CBD has a well-established safety profile. Even doses as high as 1,500mg daily are well-tolerated in humans.
That being said, a small minority of the community can experience a few minor side effects. These include: dry mouth, lowered blood pressure, appetite changes, fatigue, or diarrhea.
Fortunately, these side effects are very rare.
We also recommend that you consult your doctor before incorporating CBD into your routine. CBD has a long list of potential interactions with drugs. Similar risks apply to eating grapefruit with your medication. That’s why a consultation with a qualified physician is important.
1. Why CBD Capsules?
Studies have pointed to CBD as a potential aid due to its interaction with the human endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS helps the body maintain a biological balance called homeostasis.
Homeostasis is the body’s ability to keep functions like blood pH, body temperature, blood pressure, hormone levels, and neurological activity in the state of equilibrium.
2. How Many Capsules Should I Take?
The optimal amount of CBD for any individual will vary depending on their age, gender, metabolism, weight, and unique body chemistry. So, finding your dose may take a little experimentation. We recommend starting out with smaller doses to test your body’s response to CBD capsules and adjust the dosage accordingly. CBD Sky CBD capsules contain 10-25 mg of CBD per capsule.
3. CBD – So What?
Why is the usage of CBD every day becoming so popular for humans and animal use? Well, scientists all over the world have discovered that CBD compounds are closely connected to the interaction between cannabidiol (CBD) and the human endocannabinoid system (ECS). By binding to certain and unique cannabinoid receptors, CBD has been shown in various studies to stimulate these receptors. The studies report that this enhances the vast majority of the body’s functions. That is, the enhancing of the signaling and function in the central nervous system (CNS).