General UsageA question we get from customers all the time is, "How do I take CBD oil?" Due to the variety of CBD products available with varying CBD content, you now have a wide range of choices on how to ingest CBD. You can buy CBD drops and put them under your tongue, swallow hemp capsules as an alternative to CBD capsules, or apply CBD gel or CBD cosmetics to your skin. Besides inhaling CBD with a CBD vape pen, you can also snack on our hemp vitamin gummies, the alternative to CBD fruit gummies. At VAAY, we mainly focus on full spectrum CBD oil sprays and drops for oral use. When using our VAAY CBD spray, we recommend leaving the cannabidiol oil in your mouth for at least 30 seconds. To do so, spray one to two pumps of VAAY oral spray into your oral cavity and move the premium CBD oil around in your mouth for at least 30 seconds without swallowing it. This will ensure optimal cleaning and oral hygiene. To find out which concentration suits you, you should start with low values and approach the optimal use. Every body reacts individually. If there is no noticeable effect, you can increase the concentration of the oil until you feel an effect. Application in everyday life & at homeWhen people have a particularly hectic everyday life, they often look for ways to find relaxation. Especially in a world that is spinning faster and faster, this usually takes the form of a soothing massage using a wide variety of oils. And this is exactly where our CBD massage oil can come in. Because the skin is the largest organ of the human body. So how about pampering your partner with relaxing touches using our high-quality CBD massage oil by candlelight and soft music? Also after sports, many athletes like to take care of their muscles and try to achieve a fast regeneration after an intense load. Give your muscles a rest after sports and pamper your skin after showering. As an alternative, you can also use our sleeping spray. The VAAY CBD oil sleep products rely on ingredients such as hemp and melatonin and thus supports you in falling asleep and sleeping through. There was something else: CBDA TO CBDBut before a CBD effect can theoretically occur, CBD must actually be present. The problem with this is that the cannabis plant (Cannabis Sativa) produces cannabidiol acid (CBDA), not cannabidiol (CBD). CBDA is therefore the precursor of CBD. Now, to obtain CBD, CBDA, which is present as an acid, must first be activated and undergo a process called decarboxylation. In short, the acid group is broken down. What is left is the CBD. The simplest and most effective way to do this is by heating. At temperatures of around 100 °C, high-quality cannabidiol is produced with the help of CO₂ extraction.