New to CBD and not sure where to start? Maybe you prefer a CBD capsule instead of a CBD oil. Ready to check out a new product? We're big fans of the Infinite CBD brand's products, and today's review is no different.
It's time for you to check out Infinite CBD's CBD Isolate Capsules ($8-$140, depending on strength and quantity). These hemp-extracted capsules give you a pure dose of anxiety-relieving and anti-inflammatory cannabidiol with "no psychoactive properties," so you can take them in the morning before work, at the gym before a workout, or right before bed for more restful sleep.
The capsules come in 10 mg, 25 mg, and 100 mg strength doses (and in units of 10 or 30 capsules per jar), so you can decide how much you want and test the waters little by little (an especially good fact if you're new to the supplement and only want to take a little CBD at a time).
The CBD extract is combined with fractioned coconut oil and MCT oil (how keto of them . . . sounds a bit like Bulletproof coffee!). Those oils are super mild, and while you don't taste anything when you swallow the capsule, the result leaves you with *no* yucky burps (we've all been there with the fish oil, am I right?). I know, a little TMI, but it's something you don't think about until it happens.
I prefer the 25 mg units for my personal CBD regimen, but the dose you take is up to you, your preferences, and your body's capacity to process this supplement. Try your first few doses for only $8 with the 10 10-milligram capsules, and see how you feel. More experienced with CBD? It makes 100 mg capsules that'll give you a serious dose of chill.
As mentioned, you can take these before a workout (I have!), especially if you're feeling jittery — you won't lose your energy or stamina; you'll just feel clear headed and focused. You can take them before a meeting or presentation to calm your nerves, and you won't impair your ability to think clearly. And you can pop one or two before bed and get some of the deepest sleep you've ever experienced.
All in all, these clear little capsules get two (hundred) thumbs up from me, and if you've been in the market for a new product, you should definitely get your hands on some of these ASAP. And a friendly reminder: always consult with your doctor, psychotherapist, or psychiatrist before adding a new antianxiety supplement to your routine (or any supplement, for that matter!). While these are incredible little plant-based helpers, they're not meant to override therapy or a prescription unless otherwise discussed with your healthcare provider.