CBD Edibles

Like all other CBD products, food can help improve your life balance. CBD has a unique interaction with our endocannabinoid system (ECS), a system that is closely linked to many internal processes.

ECS maintains the balance in the body and supports general homeostasis. By stimulating ECS, CBD can help us achieve the natural balance we want so badly.


Nowadays you have the possibility to grow a cannabis plant yourself that has a high CBD value. Conversely, these plants have so little THC in them that they will not have a psychological effect on you. You can easily grow a CBD cannabis plant from a seed. Give your plants a jump start by starting with good-quality seeds. Browse our seed bank to find a CBD cannabis strain that meets your needs.


The way we approach CBD is important in tackling certain challenges. This is because it breaks down differently in different consumption methods.

Oils, for example, allow much of the CBD to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream When steaming or vaping, CBD comes directly into the lungs.

CBD foods (edibles) and capsules are very similar. They break down into the digestive system, which means it will take longer to break down the CBD. Unfortunately, it means that it will take longer for the CBD to start - in fact, up to an hour or two. But on the other hand, CBD will slowly dissolve, so it can actually last longer.


Due to the slow release, CBD can keep the components available longer. By micro-dosing your food, you can also ensure that the CBD is regularly released throughout the day. Micro dosage means that you take a small amount at regular intervals throughout the day.

Basically, CBD foods can be a good option for a wide range of people. Their slow nature can contribute that the compounds remain in the body for several hours.