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How To Use CBD Isolate Crystals? 10 Easy Steps

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How To Use CBD Isolate Crystals

CBD isolate crystals, a marijuana byproduct, are an exciting new trend in the health and wellness world. CBD isolate is a highly concentrated form of cannabidiol that many experts say are much more potent than their counterpart, CBD oil. Today I want to demystify how to use cbd isolate crystals for those who don’t know how to use CBD oil and crystals. CBD isolate crystals are simply made from extracting the cannabidiol from industrial hemp oil.

The resulting product is a crystalline substance that can be used in a variety of ways, including oral consumption, sublingual absorption, and topical application. CBD crystals dissolve faster and are completely tasteless, making them easier to use than regular CBD tinctures. In fact, CBD isolate crystal products are so versatile that I’ve found it impossible to nail down precisely how to use cbd isolate crystals in your day-to-day routine. And that’s a good thing! You can use CBD crystals as needed, wherever you need them.

CBD crystals have no psychoactive effects and are legal in all 50 states. This makes them a particularly attractive option for those who want the medical benefits of cannabis without any “high. ”

So how exactly do you use CBD crystals? Let’s take a look at some of my favorite ways to incorporate CBD crystals into your lifestyle.

1. How to Use CBD Crystals for Oral Consumption

OK, so you’ve got your hands on some high-quality CBD crystals. Congratulations! Now what? There are a variety of ways to use CBD isolate crystals for oral consumption. These include:

Sprinkling them on your favorite healthy food or treat (I love adding them to homemade granola). Mixing them in with your morning coffee or tea.

Swallowing them whole. (I prefer the latter because it allows me to experience all of the benefits of hemp oil without actually consuming it.)

Using them as an alternative to traditional “pot brownies” and other cannabis-infused edibles.

You can use cbd crystals for oral consumption just about anywhere: tea, coffee, applesauce, or whatever else you can think of!

2. How to Use CBD Crystals for Topical Application

CBD crystals are topical and last longer than any other method of the consumption of cannabidiol. If you’ve done your research, you’ll know that some of the most promising uses for cannabidiol lie in its use in skin care products and cannabis-infused lotions and balms.

CBD crystals are a great way to add CBD to your skin care routine without having to use a lotion or cream. CBD crystals are also easy to add to balms and lotions with a little bit of experimenting.

The best way to use CBD crystals for topical application is to purchase a pre-made topical product, like this:

If you’d rather make your own hemp-infused lotion or balm, try the following recipe:

  1. Measure out your ingredients.
  2. Put them in a bowl and mix together.
  3. Store the mixture in a mason jar or old food container like this:
  4. Apply it to your skin as needed (I’ve found it best to apply hemp oil topically shortly after waking up or before going to sleep).

If you want to make your own hemp-infused lotion or balm at home, you can follow the recipe below:

3. How to Use CBD Crystals for Sublingual Application

Sublingual CBD is a great way to get all of the benefits of cannabidiol without having to deal with THC, CBD isolate crystals work just like regular cannabidiol and have no psychoactive effects.

Purchasing a pre-made CBD sublingual solution is the easiest way to go. You can find CBD sublingual tinctures in most smoke shops and dispensaries that sell medical marijuana and cannabis products (this one comes highly recommended).

CBD crystals can also be used to make homemade sublingual solutions. To do so, mix the following ingredients together:

1000 mg of CannaWell BHO: This is a high concentration of active cannabinoids.

500 mg of raw hemp oil (aka CBD isolate crystals)

These ingredients make for a potent hemp-infused sublingual solution that will give you all the benefits of cannabidiol without having to consume it. Lastly, you can use CBD crystals in a traditional sublingual application. Sublingual applications are sometimes called “sub-eases.” To do so, take a small amount of melted butter and apply it to your tongue before swallowing.

4. How to Use CBD Crystals with a Vaporizer

CBD crystals can be vaporized in a variety of ways. The most popular method is with a vape pen. To do so, simply place the crystals on top of your favorite cartridge and enjoy!

If you want to use CBD crystals in a more traditional way, vaporizing them with a dab nail is also an effective option.

5. How to Use CBD Crystals with a Sublingual Sprayer

The sublingual sprayer is one of the best ways to apply your CBD crystals in one fell swoop. The easiest way to use a sublingual sprayer is to place the lid on top and squirt about 2-3 sprays into your mouth. If you want to prioritize taste, I recommend using the syringe method (I find this much easier). To do so, simply put the lid on top and squirt the appropriate amount into your mouth.

6. How to Use CBD Crystals with a MINT TAB

CBD crystals are also great to add into mints and other types of edible goods. To make an edible CBD-infused product, simply mix together a small amount of CBD crystals with normal food grade gelatin (gelatin capsules are available online). Add fresh mint leaves and roll the mixture around in your mouth for a few minutes.

7. How to Use CBD Crystals with a Cannabis Tincture

A tincture is simply a mixture of ethanol and an active ingredient (in this case, cannabidiol crystals). The best way to make a CBD tincture at home is by following the recipe below:

Alternatively, you can use one of the many commercial tinctures available online or on dispensary shelves. This one comes highly recommended.

Make sure to mix CBD and alcohol together well before putting to use. The ratio of alcohol to CBD should be 55:45. This means that you want to put 55 ml of ethanol inside a 150 mL container and add 45 ml of the liquid in which your CBD crystals are dissolved.

8. How to Use CBD Crystals with a Vaporizer Pens

Vape pens are small e-cigarettes designed specifically for using cannabis concentrates like CBD crystals in vapor form. With a vape pen, you simply take out the cartridge and replace it with your CBD crystals and then place them back in. Some recommend using a flame (tastes better) to do so; however, I have found that the best way is to use a tool called “The Torch” which is designed specifically for heating up oils. Check it out here.

9. How to Use CBD Crystals with a Dab Rig

Dabbing is one of the best ways to consume CBD. You use a dab rig, which looks like a glass pipe. The best way to do it is to take your dab rig and attach a nail (you can find them online). Then, you’ll apply some heat to the nail. Once it’s hot, you add your CBD crystals to the nail.

With the torch, you heat up your nail and use a dabber tool to then place your CBD crystals on top of the nail. You want to avoid inhaling until the crystals start melting and vaporizing.

10. How to Use CBD Crystals with a Non-Solvent Process

Last but not least is using cannabinoids in a non-solvent process. For instance, if you want to use a CBD tincture, you can mix CBD crystals into it. This is an easy way to consume cannabis when you don’t have full spectrum or cannabis oil.

There are many other methods for ingesting CBD tinctures. One of the best methods is to apply hemp cream to your skin and then rub it with a dab tool (this will also work for non-solvent processes). This is a great method for people who have skin problems and need some relief. You can also use a humidifier or vaporization (if you vape, you can use CBD e-liquid instead).

If you want to use cannabinoids in a solvent process, keep in mind that you need to shake your cannabis oil before every use. This will help ensure that your cannabinoid content remains at an optimal level.

Azriel Adelberg
About Azriel Adelberg

MSc Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley An Israeli born organic chemist and PROUD University of California, Berkeley graduate.

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