How are CBD hydrogel patches better than CBD tincture or hemp oil?
Popular forms of CBD consumption undoubtedly include CBD oils or CBD tinctures. Hydrogel CBD patches are a relatively new and unknown form of CBD use. However, this form of use may be more beneficial to users for several reasons:
Localized relief and anti-inflammatory activity: CBD patches may be more effective than tincture or oil in situations where a person has localized inflammatory or nerve pain, such as back pain. They are applied to the soft tissue as close as possible to the site of pain.
Convenience: CBD patches are easy to use and can be discreetly placed on the skin. The patches are made of non-woven fabric, which is made of a breathable, multi-directional elastic material, so it can stick anywhere on the body and withstand all movement throughout the day.
No dosage: For CBD tinctures, you need to measure the correct dosage with a dropper. This can be challenging, especially if you're on the go. You don't have to measure anything with the CBD patch. The patch contains a pre-measured amount of CBD that is released evenly over time.
Longer-lasting effects: CBD patches can provide longer-lasting effects compared to tinctures. CBD patches are effective for up to 12 hours, the average effectiveness of oils and tinctures is 5 hours.
No digestive problems: CBD tinctures are taken orally, which can sometimes cause digestive problems. In addition, some people find the taste of CBD tinctures unpleasantly bitter. This does not apply to CBD patches, as they are applied directly to the skin.
However, there are also some potential downsides to using a CBD patch, such as an allergic skin reaction at the site of application.
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