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It's All About the Edibles

It's All About the Edibles

Published by David Nadel on Aug 24, 2020

CBD edibles remain one of the most popular choice among those who wish to take hemp daily for its various properties that could be useful for wellness purposes. But few understand how CBD edibles differ from other types of products, and how to choose the best ones for one’s specific needs.


Before we get into CBD edibles, we need to give some basic knowledge on CBD itself. Cannabidiol is the leading compound in the flowers of the hemp plant, meaning there’s more CBD than any other compound. Within these flowers, you’ll actually find hundreds of compounds that are all potentially helpful in one way or another, and all nontoxic to the human body.

CBD is a cannabinoid; hence it offers unique effects quite different from that which other types of compounds can provide. CBD and other cannabinoids work with the body’s endocannabinoid system, through a binding process that allows them to attach to cannabinoid receptors found in every bodily system. This binding process gives cannabinoid receptors the ability to produce regulatory effects that aid in overall wellbeing.

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What Does CBD Do?

So, what can CBD do, specifically? Well, according to studies, a lot. CBD has been widely studied for its effects on:

  • Sleep
  • Mood
  • Pain
  • Neurological health
  • Digestive health
  • Immune health
  • Skin health
  • And more

This may sound like we’re overhyping, but the truth is that it makes perfect sense when you consider how the endocannabinoid system operates. With cannabinoid receptors located all throughout the body, it’s natural that each one produces a specific effect when fed cannabinoids like cannabidiol.

What is a Delivery Method?

CBD products come in various delivery methods, with the majority of them relying on a type of formula that incorporates an extract produced from the flowers of the hemp plant, rather than the raw plant material. Each delivery method absorbs into the body in a different manner. For example, vaping is a delivery method. It “delivers” CBD into the body through the lung tissue, which absorbs at a very fast rate. Topicals are another type of delivery method, which deliver cannabinoids through skin absorption so that the CBD stays localized to the muscles and other tissue in the area of application.

How do CBD Edibles Work?

CBD edibles are delivered into the body via ingestion. This means that in order to feel the effects of cannabidiol, the CBD must first make its way through the digestive tract and get processed by the liver before it’s released into the bloodstream. Due to this more involved process, edibles are known to take the longest before being active in the body. Most find that between 90 and 120 minutes is needed before the effects peak, so to speak.

However, edibles may also offer the longest-lasting effects. Because of the nature of this delivery method, it takes longer for the CBD to be broken down. Therefore, taking an edible each day may offer hours during which you can feel the CBD in action.

Another thing that’s unique about CBD edibles is that they offer more subtle, systemic effects than other methods. In other words, you won’t feel a powerful hemp experience, but the CBD is hard at work behind the scenes, potentially regulating all kinds of bodily processes that could use a boost in the wellness department.

Can CBD Edibles Make Me High?

CBD edibles cannot make you high because hemp is not a psychoactive plant. While some may contain THC, this amount is so minor that it’s impossible to get high off of it.

Are CBD Edibles Legal?

CBD edibles are protected under federal law, which states that all hemp-based products are legal as long as they have no more than 0.3% THC, which is around the amount that naturally occurs in hemp anyway. However, some states have outlawed CBD edibles. It’s important to check with your state laws to determine whether or not you can legally purchase CBD edibles where you live.

What are Popular Types of CBD Edibles?

Edibles come in all forms, but some are more popular than others. Easily, the most adored form of CBD edibles is gummies, which are gummy candies infused with hemp extract. It’s easy to understand why, because gummies are delicious and enjoyable to take.

But other types of products exist that can be just as useful. CBD-infused chocolate is becoming popular, as are honey sticks, which contain a daily dose of hemp in the form of a gooey and delicious honey that can be enjoyed on its own or added to tea, toast or just about anything that you could think of. To expand on this, CBD beverages are growing in popularity, including teas, coffees, and energy shots.

How Do CBD Edibles Differ from Each Other?

As one would imagine, not all CBD edibles are created equally.


You should only buy CBD edibles from a company that is transparent about their methods and provides lab reports to consumers. Lab reports indicate that the hemp extract in the formula has been properly and rigorously analyzed by a third-party testing facility, in order to provide unbiased information about the quality and purity of the hemp itself.


CBD products like edibles come in a wide range of milligram strengths. This reflects the concentration of hemp extract compared to the other ingredients. Higher milligram strengths mean a more potent product, and potency largely determines how effective the product is at meeting your unique needs.


The formula matters a lot, so always look at the list of ingredients. Obviously, avoid ingredients that your body is sensitive or allergic to, as some edibles may contain allergens like gluten or dairy. Plus, make sure that the formula looks as clean as possible, to ensure you’re getting natural ingredients that are conducive to your overall health.

Type of Hemp Extract

CBD products come in three different forms, based on the hemp extract that they contain. The hemp extract refers to the composition of compounds, as they were lifted from the hemp plant during the extraction process. The first type of CBD isolate. This is an extract made from pure, concentrated cannabidiol. Then, there’s full spectrum. This refers to an extract that contains the full array of compounds as they naturally exist in hemp’s flowers, and so you’ll be getting cannabinoids, terpenes, nutrients and flavonoids all at once, in a uniquely synergistic way. Finally, there’s broad spectrum, which is an alternative to full spectrum in that it has every compound except for THC.

A Wide Range of Flavors

This is one reason why they appeal to so many enthusiasts. Choosing the flavor allows you to ensure that each dose of CBD is appealing to your senses.

Kigh CBD Edibles

At Kigh CBD, we offer expertly formulated, lab-tested CBD edibles that can satisfy your taste buds as well as your overall wellness needs.

Honey Sticks

Our CBD Honey Sticks offer 10 milligrams of THC-free broad spectrum hemp extract per piece. The honey is organic and is derived from the Brazilian rainforest. The all-natural formula is free of dyes, artificial flavors or fillers, and is highly versatile, in that you can add the honey to anything that you’d like.


Our CBD Gummies are top-sellers, and for good reason. Our basic formula offers 10 milligrams of pure CBD isolate per piece and boasts an all-natural formula with absolutely delicious flavor. We also offer a sleep formula, which combines our CBD isolate with melatonin and valerian along with other natural ingredients.

How to Use CBD Edibles

Before committing to a CBD edible routine, you should talk to your doctor, especially if you have specific complaints or are taking any medications. CBD edibles can be taken in their standard dose according to the packaging, and are ideal for daily use, as this allows CBD to accumulate in the body to become potentially more effective. You can increase the dosage after about a week if desired.