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    Why Should I Take Full-Spectrum CBD Orally?

    • Blog
    By Jaci Schreckengost

    There are a ton of ways to incorporate New Highs full-spectrum hemp CBD and CBG into their routines, but one of the most popular ways is to stick it under your tongue. 

    Recently, some people have asked why they should do this — so we’re here with answers. 

    Is it safe? 

    Absolutely! New Highs products are full-spectrum, food-grade CO2 extracted hemp oil. New Highs tinctures are designed to be consumed. 

    When crafting our products, our consumers are our main priority. We want to provide a product that goes above and beyond standards. In other words, we want to raise the bar. 

    That’s why New Highs products are produced in Oregon, one of the few states with labeling regulations on products like ours. 

    All products in Oregon must pass state-required lab tests for potency and purity. You can find our results anytime on the homepage of our website.

    Read also: Full-Spectrum CBD and CBG to Improve Your Self-Care Routine.

    So, what exactly do I do? 

    If you want to take New Highs orally, you’ll just want to grab your favorite tincture and open it up. (The good news? That was the hardest part.) 

    Ready for the even better news? All you’ll do now is drop the tincture under your tongue using the uniquely crafted dispensing dropper to give you the perfect amount, hold it there for anywhere from 15-30 seconds, and then swallow. 

    Not sure how much you need? Read also: How Much New Highs Hemp CBD Should I Use? 

    Now that you know it’s safe and easy, pick up your favorite New Highs full-spectrum hemp products today and give it a try! 

    Let us know what you think — connect with us by using the hashtag #NewHighsCBD on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. 

     

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