How to Spice Up Your Treats with CBD
CBD is good for wellness, sleep, diet, relaxation, and so many more things, and it doesn’t have the intoxicating effects of THC cannabis. There are plenty of ways to spice up and embellish your everyday treats with CBD.
When it comes to the ways you can branch out in the world of sweets and treats, the possibilities are almost endless: there’s CBD coffee, CBD-infused energy drinks, and CBD edibles of all sorts. You can infuse almost anything with CBD and make it a relaxing, fortified treat.
However, there’s one important key you need to understand about CBD in your sweets. CBD is especially heat-sensitive. It starts to degrade if it’s heated to high temperatures, so in most cases, you’ll want to keep your CBD under 300 degrees Fahrenheit for the best results. The terpenes that premium CBD oil contains are delicate, too, so handle your CBD oil-infused goods with care so that no degradation occurs.
While it’s true that CBD usually isn’t that great for baking, there’s one exception. If you use CBD oil for sleep, it could be for you. CBN is a great substance to substitute if you’re looking more for sleep help than help with things like pain or stress.
You can think of CBN (also called cannabinol) as CBD that’s been exposed to heat and thereby molecularly broken down. This process makes it stronger and more potent than many better-known cannabinoids.
So, those who want to sleep better can hack their cannabinoid intake by intentionally baking with, and ‘decarbing,’ their CBD, leaning into the sleep-friendly properties.
If you’re not looking for help with sleep, you can infuse the traditional way. And when it comes to these recipes, the sky really is the limit. As long as it’s high quality, CBD oil can be added to virtually any recipe of your choosing. The hemp plant’s most multi-talented compound just got even more versatile, so make sure to explore all the options when it comes to cannabis treats.