Would you like to cook, but you don't know how and what? You can read more about that in this blog. Here you can read exactly how you can add it to your favorite dishes and what it does to the oil.
Why CBD oil with your food and drink?
You can of course use CBD in dozens of different ways. However, people find it difficult to find the right amount and frequency of use to best suit them. However, there are quite a few advantages to Cooking with CBD oil,
• The effect lasts longer
• It goes perfectly with salads or smoothies
• It masks the natural taste
On the other hand, there are also disadvantages for the cooking with CBD oil† You cannot heat it directly, it also takes longer before you feel the effect. It also takes longer before you notice the effect.
How do you use CBD oil in cooking?
As mentioned before, you can use CBD oil for many different things. In an overview below you can read where you can do it all.
If you are looking for a practical way to use, smoothies can be a good solution. This tactic is also useful for those who find CBD oil too strong in taste as smoothies often mask it. The smoothie technique can also be useful for people who want to use an exact dose, as it has nowhere to go once it is in the blender.
It is a bit more difficult for hot dishes. You cannot heat CBD oil directly. Not only does this mean that most of the oil remains in the pan, but precious CBD is also lost. It is therefore best to sprinkle CBD oil over the dish.
You might as well just add CBD oil to a salad. Mixing it in is a good option as you don't have to heat the oil. But CBD oil can do numerous cold dishes.
What is the correct dose?
If you are an experienced user, it is best to stick to the dosage you are used to. For example, if you normally put 3 or 4 under your tongue, you can also choose to put those drops over your salad as a dressing.
Orally consumed CBD does pass through the digestive tract. So it may take a little longer for the effects to be noticeable.