Deciding Which Form of CBD is Best For You 

So you want to buy CBD. And then you go to shop online and you’re faced with all kinds of CBD in forms you’ve never even heard of. Where do you begin? How do you decide what kind of CBD to buy? And what if you need different forms of CBD in different scenarios? Which Form of CBD is Best For Me?

If you find yourself in this situation, don’t worry! You’re in the right place. We’re here to help. In this article, we’ll answer all your questions and help you decide what kind of CBD will work best for your particular needs and desires.

Keep reading and we’ll cover the general benefits of CBD and also go over the pros and cons of the most common ways that people choose to take CBD.


CBD Oil 

Most people will start with CBD oil, especially if they're trying cannabidiol for the first time. It's the standard product on offer as it's pure and simple.

Our laboratory tested oil comes with CBD and vegan coconut oil to make it easy to take orally as part of your normal routine. Just have a few drops in the morning and evening using the supplied dropper, and that's it!

We offer a range of different strengths to accomodate new customers and more experienced CBD users who may want higher doses. Our broad spectrum CBD oil also includes trace amounts of other natural compounds to encourage the 'halo effect' as they work together. Or you can pick the purest CBD isolate, which ensures no THC is included in the final product.


CBD is the second-most abundant cannabinoid found in cannabis. Medical professionals are considering the cannabinoid as a suitable healing agent because of its non-psychoactive effects. This means that people who use CBD won’t experience the “high” that is associated with the consumption of THC, the main cannabinoid in marijuana.

In addition to being non-psychoactive, CBD can reduce the mind-altering effects of other cannabinoids like THC in the cannabis plant. It works in the following ways to enhance a person’s physical and psychological well-being:

  • Activates and supports the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) in the body. This system works with cannabinoids to regulate homeostasis and create the ideal internal environment for the efficient functioning of cells.
  • Interacts directly and indirectly with different receptors throughout the body to produce a wide range of health effects.
  • Inhibits the detrimental activities of certain receptors.
  • Enhances the positive effects of other chemical compounds in cannabis.

We'd always recommend taking advice before making any large change to your diet, including adding CBD oil. Especially if you're already taking prescription medication for an existing condition. And it's not advisable to take CBD during pregnancy.

We Are Kynd's CBD Oils range covers three strengths to suit anyone starting out at 4%, those who want a higher dosage at 8% and our 15% full spectrum oil. And if you don't like the taste, or want to ensure there is no THC in your CBD oil, then we also offer 4% Zero THC Isolate CBD Oil.


CBD Capsules

CBD capsules are basically just CBD oil put into pill form. In our case, we use soft gel capsules that are vegetarian friendly. Each capsule has a specific amount of CBD inside.

They're easy to swallow and carry around with you. And we use environmentally-friendly resealable paper pouches to keep our 1.5% CBD Capsules fresh and ready to use.

CBD capsules are another one of the most popular forms of CBD. So what are the pros and cons when it comes to CBD pills?



Most people turn to a CBD pill because they are so convenient They’re easy to carry around with you and won’t make a mess.

In addition, they contain a specified amount of CBD, so you don’t have to worry about controlling your dose. You don’t have to prep or mess with anything. This makes CBD capsules perfect for those on the go.

In addition, CBD pills are easy to remember. You can take CBD pills as a daily supplement or treat them like an alternative to pain pills. For example, some people only pop a CBD pill when they are in pain or feel they need one.


CBD Balms 

Another very common form of CBD that you’ll encounter is a CBD balm, lotion, or rub. Topical CBD products are very popular. You do not consume or ingest them, which makes many people willing to give them a try.
Of course, there are things to like and dislike about using topical CBD products. Read on to learn more.


Some of the pros of topical CBD products include the fact that they are pretty simple and foolproof to use. You don’t ingest them, so it’s not like you can take too much.

Best of all, using a CBD balm, lotion, or rub can really help to ease soreness. Many people love massaging CBD into their muscles or joints for powerful relief. And it will also last a long time - our CBD Balm includes rosemary extract for a natural preservative which means it will last for up to two years.

In addition, topical CBD can have a positive effect on the skin in addition to the internal effect. Take a look at our 800MG CBD Balm for more information.