CBDistillery™ Survey Results: CBD is More Effective with Daily Use
Browsing through our many product reviews and user testimonials, you will likely notice that some people are using CBD products as needed while others use CBD every day. Although it’s quite clear that both options can provide favorable results, it’s important to know that CBD affects everyone differently. Many people find that it takes time for their system to respond to cannabinoids. That means occasional use may not provide the results you were hoping for.
Based on the results of a November 2019 CBDistillery™ customer survey, people using CBD daily reported feeling the effects of their products much sooner than those using their products as needed. Survey participants felt results within 7-14 days of daily use.
For us, this revelation is not surprising. We know that it can take several weeks of regular use to experience the full effects of CBD. If you are new to the CBD experience or have been dabbling with occasional use, knowing how others feel using CBD consistently could help you determine if using CBD daily might be your best option.
Why There are So Many Reasons People Are Using CBD
Although it may seem unusual that people are using CBD for many different reasons, once you know how CBD works, it all makes sense. This natural, plant-based cannabinoid works by interacting with the receptors of the largest universal regulatory system in your body, your endocannabinoid system (ECS).1
Your body naturally produces substances very similar to CBD, endocannabinoids. As the messengers of your endocannabinoid system, endocannabinoids relay urgent messages to ECS receptors to keep nearly every essential process in your body working as it should. Just a few of the many processes that the ECS helps to regulate include:
- Motor Control
- Immune Function
*after physical activity
While you might assume that your body would produce all the ECS messengers it needs to keep vital processes running efficiently, stress, illness, and injury can increase the demand. Your body could need more ECS messengers than it can produce. When that happens, communication breaks down.
That’s where CBD fits into the picture. Like the cannabinoids made in your body, CBD also interacts with the receptors of your endocannabinoid system.2
Detailing the Effects of Daily CBD Use
Although you may find that using CBD as needed works just fine, supporting ECS function with daily use helps keep essential processes throughout your body working efficiently. After a week or two of consistent use, CBDistillery™ customers from around the country report that using CBD daily has made a significant difference in the way they feel. CBD Enthusiasts responding to our survey specifically noted the following effects:
- Better Sleep
- Feeling More Relaxed
- Experiencing Less Discomfort
- Feeling Less Stiffness
- Experiencing Less Inflammation After Physical Activity
Two Products May Be Better Than One
It was quite rewarding to read the many responses from our November survey and identify specific trends. It was also interesting to see how many of our valued customers are using multiple CBDistillery™ products. Of the many CBD enthusiasts responding to our survey, 62 percent of those using multiple products daily found the combination more effective than using a single product on its own. Since CBD comes in so many forms, you may want to consider which product combination might be best suited to your needs. The favorite combination reported by survey respondents was a tincture and a topical which is why we’ve created our Daily User Starter Pack.
For a quality assortment of CBD tinctures, gummies, capsules, topicals, and CBD vape products, visit us at CBDistillery™. We believe that everyone who wants to experience the health and wellness potential of CBD should have access to fairly priced, high-quality hemp-derived products. You can verify the quality, purity, and potency of CBDistillery™ products by viewing the third-party test results posted on our site or scanning the QR code on your product label.
- Project CBD. (2020) The Endocannabinoid System.