There are many more uses for CBD besides adding it to your tea or putting some on your skin. You are able to take it in different ways and we will be covering some of those different methods. We want you to have fun with your products and enjoy them according to your taste.

Cool Things to Do With CBD

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You might have your own way of taking CBD or have developed a ritual. This is a good thing! However, here are some more ideas that we hope you’ll incorporate into your ritual. You’ll discover that when something is exciting, you’ll enjoy it more. Trying something new might get you out of your comfort zone, but it can be rewarding. This is ideal if you’re a person who enjoys DIY projects or is tired of the mundane.

1. Infused Cocktails

Spruce up your cocktails by adding a couple of drops of CBD into it. You will want to make sure that the CBD product you are using compliments the cocktails flavor. It’s important to note that the higher the strength of CBD that you are using the more Hemp you will taste. Although you can mask the taste, you will still want to make sure there is a balance of flavor. It’s important to note that CBD can go great in your cocktail if paired correctly.

We recommend using CBD Tinctures when infusing cocktails. There are different flavors to choose from so pairing the right taste will be simple. You can add as little or a lot into your drink, according to your preference. If it’s your first time trying it, we recommend adding between 2 – 3 drops per 8 oz; but this depends on the strength. The higher the strength the less CBD you will have to use. We encourage you to be adventurous and next time you are having a cocktail.

2. Infused Recipes

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Cooking with CBD is fun and exciting but can seem intimidating at first. This is because you want to be careful when infusing it into recipes. If you are using high temperatures, there is a good chance you can burn the CBD. Therefore, ruining the experience, but as long as you follow basic guidelines you will be fine, which include not adding it to boiling food or drinks. Also, when baking, don’t go over 350°, instead bake at a lower temperature. If you follow those basic guidelines, making infused dishes or drinks will be fun and exciting!

If you’re feeling really adventurous you can try and make your own infused oil. Making your own infused oil is a great DIY project that is pretty simple to do. There are certain things you will need which include CBD Flower. Keeping an herb grinder is useful for breaking down the raw Hemp flower. Also, you will need to bake the raw hemp flower for about 60-90 minutes at 245°; afterwards, add it to a pan on the lowest heat setting with your butter or favorite oil and cook it for about 30 minutes. Once finished you simply strain the raw hemp and keep the butter or oil. You can add it to salads, desserts, or anything that you want to enhance the experience.

3. Infused Baths

When you first think of CBD Epsom Salt you might be thinking of table salt or seasoning for your food. These Epsom Salts are not that type of salt; they are salt that comes from natural springs and are not meant to be eaten. These Epsom Salts are meant to be applied Topically – this means it goes on your skin. Also, Epsom salts usually come packed with Nano-Spectrum or Full  Spectrum CBD

To use you simply fill a bathtub full of water like you normally would. The temperature will vary according to your preference but make sure the water is warm. You then add about half of the container while the water is running and let soak for 20-30 minutes. Each bath contains can vary in strength; following the instructions on the package is important.

4. Post-Workout

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One of the best products to enjoy post-workout are CBD Topicals. You are able to target specific areas of your body. Topicals can come in balms, lotions, creams, or roll-ons. You simply add about a quarter size of the product on your palm and apply it to the part of your body that you want to target. However, applying it topically has a slower absorption rate so it can take time for you to feel its effects.

If you’re looking for a more direct approach, then edibles or vape products might be a better option. Edibles are great because you can manage how much you’re consuming at a time. However, anything that is inhaled offers a faster delivery into your system. Regardless of the method of consumption it still has less than 0.03% THC which is not enough to get you high.

5. Infused Massages

This one might be a little difficult to do because of social distancing but it’s still possible! Your significant other, roommate, or family member of your household might be able to help you out. Of course, they might ask for a CBD infused massage in return, but sharing is caring. The products that you can use include lotions, creams, or a CBD Balm. The balms are concentrated so a little goes a long way.

You can enhance this experience by first setting the mood. We know it’s difficult to go out and get a professional massage right now, but you can make this work. Find a place in your home to set a relaxing mood and try lighting some scented candles. Next, you’ll want to go on YouTube and look up Spa Music Relaxation. Once you have everything situated, you’ll want to take some CBD Balm and rub it into the muscles. Continue to rub into its spread out evenly and make sure you wash your hands afterwards.

More Cool Stuff

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Other cool stuff you can do is do yoga with CBD, make infused candles, and other DIY projects. Also, there are vape cartridges, vape juice, and raw hemp that you can smoke that are sold exclusively on Savage CBD. These are all fun-creative ways to enjoy CBD and It’s ok to get creative with your CBD as long as you follow the basic principles of CBD when it comes to cooking, infusing, and application.

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