Top Ways to Use CBD - Bath Bombs, Edibles, & More


What was a taboo subject just a few years ago, has now become more accepted in medicinal and recreational use. That's right - thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD flower has become legal in most states as a therapeutic form of cannabis given it contains 0.3% or less of THC - the psychoactive component of cannabis.

As a result, more people have begun to utilize CBD in their routines for its wide array of potential benefits. One of these forms that's quickly become a top seller in the industry due to the many applications it has is CBD flower.

Why do people use CBD Flower?

There are a variety of reasons that hemp flower has grown, however much of it's growth can be associated with its low cost and variety of potential benefits. Many that use CBD hemp flowers have been said to experience reduced chronic pain, decreased stress levels, and even in some cases, anti-inflammatory effects.

However, many of these effects will vary depending on the administration route.

Ways to Use CBD

Regardless of the effects, there's an abundance of ways to utilize CBD into your daily routine. Some are more common than others, while some are a bit unique such as CBD drinks. Today, we'll break down a few of the more common (and less common!) ways to use CBD Flower. 


Number 1 is smoking. Smoking is one of the easiest ways to ingest CBD flowers. It may not be the best method if you experience breathing issues due to the added toxic carcinogens in comparison to vaping, however an occasional smoke is still a fantastic way to enjoy the true essence of a quality hemp flower.

You can roll up a joint or get pre-rolls from an authorized CBD retail store. Some may prefer a bong or a hookah. Just be sure to have separate mouth tips if you plan to make it a social occasion with a few friends.

If you don't like the mess or smell associated with CBD, you can take the edible route.

Edible CBD

Whether you have gummies, cookies, or something else, edible CBD might be the best method if you want to get away from the smell and debris. You may want to create some CBD edible products for personal use. Here are two ingredients to get things started:


It involves using low heat (typically around 230 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit) to manipulate the formation and function of cannabinoids in the plant material. Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA) transforms after exposing the substance to low heat for the ideal amount of time, which turns it into a regular CBD (more digestible and absorbed by our bodies). A fun fact: Deecarboxylation also happens when vaping or smoking, and is one of the reasons that some may feel effects when smoking THCA flower. The THCA turns to THC!

Alright, back on track - To ensure you get the most of your hemp flower, you want the right balance with low heat and not letting it stay on for too long.

Fat Content is key to Decarbing

You may wonder why your favorite brownies, cookies, and chocolate bars can be infused with CBD. Well, cannabinoids are fat-soluble, making it easier to release and store decarboxylated chemical compounds in high-fat content. This is why it can easily infuse into edible products that then get processed by our body after digestion.



Another way to take CBD is by using capsules. They have some form of oil or extract in them that can be beneficial to the body. Additionally, you won't be overwhelmed by the effects of smoking because capsules have a specific strength to ease into your body.

They have better consistency, and the slow release will help you feel better throughout the day. Heat and time can help regulate the strength of the capsules.

CBD Lotions and Bath Bombs

Not a fan of eating or smoking? Maybe you want to use CBD topically!

Another way to use a CBD flower is through CBD lotions, bath bombs, and other topical products. The oily component of cannabinoids has long been used for skin care. Doctors have recognized the advantages of applying CBD directly to the skin.

If you experience eczema or acne, CBD has anti-inflammatory properties to help lower sebum production, resulting in fewer clogged pores.

As a result, many people have taken advantage and decided to use CBD to create quality bath bombs.

The scent and the healing properties make for a soothing bath to help you relax. It helps to have 20 minutes to soak in the tub to feel the euphoric effects of CBD. On top of that, the combination of a quality bath bomb and a bit of CBD is perfect for winding down after a long day.

Final Thoughts

Although the list of ways to use CBD in your daily routine is seemingly endless, these are a few ways you can easily incorporate them into it! Depending on your use case, we always suggest trying out different products, as CBD effects everyone differently.