Golden Goat CBD
01 Use small amounts of CBD oil
02 Watch your heat
03 Include healthy fats
04 Be patient with the effects
05 Be aware of how you eat it
06 Start slow
The first thing to remember while cooking or baking with CBD is that it starts to debase between 320- and 356-degrees Fahrenheit. This indicates that overheating the oil may reduce the efficacy of the CBD.
Cannabinoids [like CBD] are highly drawn to fats, so use whatever oil you prefer—olive, coconut, MCT, or avocado—to ensure that it acts as a carrier to make the CBD the most effective.
Ingesting meals and snacks that have been made with the addition of CBD will take your body longer to absorb the CBD compared to putting a few drops of CBD tincture beneath your tongue—so be patient.
While there is minimal to no evidence to indicate that CBD is hazardous when combined with alcohol (experimenting with CBD cocktails can be fun), it’s always a good idea to be aware of your consumption.
Start with something you’re already comfortable with, such as adding CBD-infused oil to a salad. Add a few drops to a beverage if you want to utilize a tincture instead of an infused oil.
These recipes are great for people seeking a natural cannabidiol administration method without worrying about its natural taste.
CBD Salad Dressing