Can You Chew CBD? A Comprehensive Guide to CBD Chewing Gum

CBD is becoming increasingly popular among consumers, with 40% of U. S. adults over 21 willing to try it. Professional athletes and weekend warriors alike are using CBD to experience its many benefits.

One of the most convenient and discreet ways to consume CBD is through chewing gum. Endoca claims that its CBD chewing gum rapidly releases the cannabinoid through the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat. It can also be swallowed whole like a soft gelatin capsule, but many supplements must be chewed. Oral administration is the most common method for taking supplements due to its ease and convenience.

Plus, the added benefits of being chewable and having a pleasant taste make consuming CBD gummies a more enjoyable experience. Microdosing with CBD chewing gum is possible, and it may allow the cannabinoid to reach the bloodstream without going through the liver. To get the most benefit from CBD chewing gum, it's best to refrain from swallowing saliva for as long as possible. A quick search on Google reveals nearly 600,000 results for CBD gum, with brands like Endoca dominating the search results.

However, there is no research available to show that CBD chewing gum specifically has greater benefits than other cannabidiol products. Scientists at the Bristol School of Dentistry in the United Kingdom completed a study that could have important implications for CBD chewing gum. According to Anastassov, the lead scientist behind the development of CanChew+, it's difficult to release cannabinoids from the base of chewing gum. Broad-spectrum CBD chewables are available in 10 mg doses, making them ideal for first-time users who want to start at a low level.

When you chew and swallow a CBD gummy, the taste and texture will be much like eating a gummy bear or any other gelatin-based candy.

Lloyd Pintello
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