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Making CBD a Sweet Treat

Have you been interested in CBD, but don’t like the flavor of hemp? Then CBD gummies are perfect for you! CBD gummies are exactly what they sound like: gummy candies that have been made with CBD extract. This way you can get your daily dose of CBD in the form of a delicious snack.

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Candy That’s Consistent

Measuring out CBD oil dosages is not for everyone. We get it! It takes a little more effort and leaves room for human error. Maybe it slips your mind exactly how much worked for you the last time, or you accidently add a drop or two more than intended one groggy morning. While small mix-ups pose no real danger to your health, we understand wanting to be sure of exactly how much CBD you are getting. Our CBD gummies always contain the same amount of CBD, so you can pick the right dosage for you and know with absolute certainty that you’re taking that exact dosage with each delectable treat. Plus, they’re so simple to take. All you need to do is pop the gummy in your mouth and chew!

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take for the gummies to start working?
This can be tricky to answer. Because the gummies need to digest before the CBD can start working, it could take a little while. It depends on several factors, including whether or not you take them on an empty stomach. Not only that, but CBD’s effects may not always be obvious. They may be working, but the effect may be a subtle one. Generally, it could take anywhere from half an hour to two hours for the CBD in the gummies to start working.
Can I give my child CBD gummies?
Currently there aren’t many studies that have looked at how CBD effects children. So, it’s hard to say whether CBD is safe for children or not. However, there is a CBD-based medication, Epidiolex, that is aimed at helping epileptic children. But this medication is only available with a prescription. If you think that your child would benefit from taking CBD, please discuss it with your pediatrician first. They should be able to advise you as to whether it is a viable option for your child or not.