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Who are CBD Softgels Best Suited For?

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Written by Alexandra Hicks

What you choose as a delivery method for your CBD will largely hinge on what condition you are suffering from.

If you’re aiming to treat anything that causes chronic symptoms like pain, nausea, and spasms, then CBD softgels are something you should take into consideration. They’re discreet, long lasting and very effective. So, that said, let’s take a deeper look at why one might choose softgels over other forms of CBD.

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant. It’s the second most prominent cannabinoid, next to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the compound that does cause the infamous ‘high’ feeling. CBD typically comes from hemp, which is a breed of cannabis plants that have less than 0.3 percent THC, although CBD can be found in both hemp and regular cannabis.

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These last few years have shed some light on the tremendous potential of CBD in the form of various studies, clinical trials, and surveys. It was initially used to treat a rare form of childhood epilepsy, but now it’s being utilized to help people with chronic pain, inflammationanxiety, and more.

The reason CBD is so far reaching in our bodies is because of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). The ECS is a network of receptors that can be found throughout the bodies of all mammals. We naturally create cannabinoids which bond to these receptors to regulate different processes in our bodies and maintain homeostasis. It’s believed that the root cause of many human illnesses happens to be an endocannabinoid deficiency.

Why Choose Softgels?

Softgels work best for people who need long lasting relief from chronic symptoms rather than acute manifestations. For instance, if you’ve been dealing with ongoing back pain and want something discreet and easy to help manage your symptoms, CBD Softgels should be in your repertoire. Some of the benefits of using softgels include:

  • Fast-acting and targeted delivery
  • Gelatin exterior that protects the ingredients from oxidation, degradation, and light
  • No bitter taste like with powder tablets
  • Easier to swallow than pills and tablets
  • More effective for both pediatric and geriatric patients
  • Potent compounds are better contained within the capsule
  • Ability to deliver low-dose or high-dose active pharmaceutical ingredient (APIs)
  • Can be taken on a full or empty stomach, with or without water

And that just covers the basics. There are multiple other reasons one might choose softgels over another consumption method.

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When it comes to softgels, typically both the jar and the capsule itself are very discreet and others wouldn’t even realize you’re taking a CBD supplement. Even though it’s legal (when derived from hemp), there is still some stigma associated with the industry.


Someone might also choose CBD softgels simply for convenience. Aside from being extremely discreet, they’re also very user friendly being already pre-dosed. Rather than having to worry about getting the right amount of oil in a dropper or trying to smoke or vape a certain amount, one pop a capsule and know that they’re getting however many milligrams it says on the label.

Choosing a Good Product

Choosing a good product from an established company is a key factor in guaranteeing correct doses and achieving symptom relief. Because the industry is still in its infancy and thus, mostly self-regulated, there are a lot of companies and individuals out there selling ‘snake oil’. You always want to purchase products from a reputable company that has publicly available test results from a third-party lab.

This content is sponsored by Ananda Scientific – makers of Hygia Nutrients nextHEMP 10x Premium CBD Softgels. Ananda has a very simple goal in mind, and that is to study cannabinoids and use the research to create next-level products that will improve the quality of life for those who need it most. One of their main areas of focus is the longstanding issue of bioavailability – or how much of the cannabinoids are actually absorbed and utilized by the human body.

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About the author

Alexandra Hicks

Managing editor at Cannadelics and U.S based journalist, helping spread the word about the many benefits of using cannabis and psychedelics.