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The best way to take CBD is the way that best fits your needs. There are many different methods, but as long as you are buying quality CBD products, you can take it in many different forms and still get the same benefits. When deciding on which method is best for you, it mostly comes down to flavor, potency, and simplicity.

No matter your preference, Lazarus Naturals has a solution for you. We will guide you through all the best methods of taking CBD (capsules, tinctures, edibles, and topicals) so you can make an informed decision on what’s right for you.

Method #1

Best CBD Capsules

Benefits: Simple, standard measurements
If you like to keep things simple, capsules are your best option. All capsules have pre-measured servings of CBD, so you can don’t have to worry about accurate serving sizes. This is the simplest method, but lacks the flavor and serving size of some other options.

Method #2

High Potency CBD Tincture Full Spectrum

Benefits: Quick, Multiple flavor options; Serving size flexibility
Another simple option is tinctures, which are oils that have activated CBD dissolved within it. Tinctures come in both flavored and unflavored varieties. Tinctures can be taken orally for easy uptake. Unlike capsules that are pre-measured, tinctures provide the flexibility to vary your serving size fluidly.

Method #3
Edibles and Drinks

CBD Fruit Tart

Benefits: Tasty, lots of options
We recommend our CBD coconut oil to make your own CBD edibles and drinks. You can easily incorporate it into food by treating it like butter or using it as a substitute for other fats. However, keep in mind that CBD can degrade at temperatures above 320 degrees Fahrenheit (160 degrees Celsius).

Check out our blog on cooking with CBD for more tips.

Method #4

CBD Balm

Benefits: No ingestion necessary, good for beginners
Using CBD topically offers an alternative for those who may not want to ingest it directly. Many people consider topicals as a good starting point compared to other CBD products because it is the least potent method.

If you want to try using a topical product, we offer high-quality massage oil and balms in various scents made with Full Spectrum Hemp Extract.

**Please Note: Our massage oils and balms are not intended for consumption and should only be applied topically.

Method #5


Benefits: Easily control serving size, highest potency, versatile.
You may have heard of CBD RSO by its more common name, Rick Simpson Oil. The uniquely designed dispenser allows for easily controlled, consistent serving sizes. It is typically consumed sublingually and absorbed into your bloodstream.

However, since ours is made with fractionated coconut oil, you can mix it into food or make your own edibles. If you’re looking for a product with higher potency, our CBD RSO offers the highest concentration of our products and contains 100mg of CBD per ml.

*Bonus* Method #6
CBD For Your Pet

Dog Taking CBD

We’ve gone over different ways that you can consume CBD, but what about your pets? If you didn’t already know, dogs and cats can also enjoy the same benefits from our products that you do. Tinctures are the best CBD products for animals because you can adjust the serving size to your pet’s unique size and tolerance. We recommend either our Full Spectrum Calming CBD Pet Tincture or our Isolate-based Sensitive Pet CBD Tincture.

Add drops of the tincture to your pet’s food or administer it orally. Here is what we recommend for your pets.
Less than 15lbs: 3 drops (1.5mg)
15-30lbs: 6 drops (3mg)
30-60lbs: 10 drops (5mg)
Over 60lbs: 20 drops (10mg)

Any Questions?
Do you have unanswered questions? Leave a comment and we will do our best to answer your question.

If you are overwhelmed with options or interested in a few different products, we recommend one of our Sample Packs.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Lazarus Naturals shall not be held liable for any direct or indirect damages caused in any way through the use of information, services, or products provided or sold by Etz Hayim Holdings DBA Lazarus Naturals. This disclaimer of liability applies to any damages or injury which may be perceived to be caused by the information or products sold or provided by Etz Hayim Holdings.

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    • Michael Freund says:

      We give general serving size suggestions for pets, but you are welcome to try more or less CBD as needed. We have yet to receive feedback from a pet having too much CBD.

  1. Steve Zelenak says:

    How about using the Tinctures with CBD Oil for your Body? I would like to mix in the Balm & put on. That seems to help.

    • Michael Freund says:

      Hi Steve, our tinctures can be absorbed topically, sublingually, and via digestion. Mixing the tincture with a balm should be just fine. Of course, it would be best to test with a small amount first to see if it works for you.

    • Michael Freund says:

      Unfortunately, we are not allowed to give specific dosing advice. It always best to consult a medical professional first. If determining serving on your own, we recommend starting with a small serving, waiting an hour or two, and taking more if needed. If you keep track of how many mg of CBD you are taking as well as the results, you should be able to find the optimal amount for you fairly quickly.

  2. Trivas says:

    I recently ordered cbd isolate along with the 3000mg oil. How do I use the isolate? I ordered cbd isolated crystals from a different company in the past to use in my dry vape pen. Is yours the same?

    • Michael Freund says:

      If your previous pen was able to handle solids such as CBD isolate, then it should work for our isolate as well.

  3. Deb says:

    Can any of your products be used as, or disolved in, vape liquid? If so, which product and how would it be utilized for that purpose?
    Thank you!

    • Michael Freund says:

      None of our products are designed for vaping. However, we have heard of customers using our CBD isolate to make their own vape juice. You are welcome to look into recipes for this, however, we cannot make any specific recommendations.

  4. sirkel49 says:

    Is it common to get a headache 4-5 hours after taking CBD? Should one take lower serving size and gradually increase to give the body time to adjust?

    • Michael Freund says:

      Occasionally we hear such things, but I wouldn’t say it is common. I would test out smaller servings and see if that helps. Everyone’s body is different. If the headaches continue, unfortunately, CBD may not be a good fit for you.


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