Fast-acting and long-lasting
Provide a consistent dose every time
Discreet, shareable, and portable
Have a great taste and can freshen your breath
Cannabinoid (CBD) is a natural option with a variety of potential benefits—it may promote a restful night’s sleep, reduce everyday aches and pains, and reduce common mild anxiety. Nowadays, you can enjoy the benefits from CBD in just about any form—from CBD oils and tinctures to edibles and even alcoholic beverages. CBD mints are one of the newest and most exciting additions to the wide range of CBD products out there—and they’re worth the hype. Below we provide an overview of the benefits of CBD mints in addition to guidance on how to find high-quality CBD mints.
CBD mints fall under the category of edibles, and, like most CBD products, they come in three forms: full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolate. CBD mints are handy for a number of reasons, in addition to the potential benefits of CBD itself. For those new to CBD, mints can be a great introduction to CBD or can help regular CBD users find new applications for their favorite cannabinoid. Here are some of the most notable benefits of CBD mints.
How you take or ingest any CBD product will determine how fast it will work and how long it will last. Edibles are well-known for their lasting effects, but they take a bit longer to kick in because the CBD passes through your digestive system before entering your bloodstream. CBD mints are believed to retain similar long-lasting effects that other edibles offer but with a surprising twist—CBD mints are also fast-acting, especially if the CBD mint uses a strong delivery system for the CBD the enter the bloodstream, such as liposomal encapsulation.
Similar to taking CBD oil under your tongue, sucking on CBD mints and letting them dissolve in your mouth allows CBD to be rapidly absorbed through small capillaries in the oral mucosa, or mucous membrane in your mouth, allowing it to directly enter the bloodstream.
CBD mints, like other CBD edibles, remove the hassle of measuring out doses—you get a consistent dose every time. They offer a convenient and discreet option that is easy for the on-the-go lifestyle.
If you’ve always wanted to try CBD but are put off by the natural hemp flavor, CBD mints are a great place to start. In addition to the benefits of CBD, you can also enjoy fresh, minty breath.
Like other CBD products, not all CBD mints are created equal. With that in mind, here’s a quick cheat sheet for what to look for in high-quality CBD mints:
First and foremost, you want to make sure the product you’re consuming is safe—always ask for third-party testing results (a Certificate of Analysis). Third-party testing should look at things like cannabinoid and terpene profile, potency, pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals, microbiological contaminants, and residual solvents.
Check the ingredients to ensure the mints are made with pure, safe ingredients and that there are no added chemicals, fillers, or byproducts.
Look for CBD extracted using safe methods, like CO2 and lipid-based extraction.
Ensure there is an efficient and effective delivery system, such as liposomal encapsulation.
Look for mints that have no less than 10 mg of CBD per mint—anything less than this might not produce the effects you’re looking for.
At Feals, we’re dedicated to providing you with a better way to feel better. Our full-spectrum CBD mints are made with only the purest ingredients and are designed to help you find balance and feel at your best. Our on-the-go mints feature:
Great taste: natural peppermint leaves your breath fresh.
A consistent dose every time: each mint contains 20 mg of CBD.
Rapid relief: pharmaceutical-grade technology that uses liposomes—a delivery system that mimics our cell membranes—which makes the mints fast-acting.
Vegan and 100% sugar-free: xylitol-sweetened—good for your teeth.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This article is for informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.