These days, there are a variety of ways to ingest organic CBD oil products, some of the two most popular being by taking CBD soft gels or capsules. However, you might be wondering what the difference between the two are, which is why we at Asha Apothecary are here to offer a little insight.
Here you’ll learn more about the key differences between CBD soft gels and capsules to help you choose between the two.
CBD soft gels contain a CBD carrier oil, as well as a hemp extract that’s packed into a soft, airtight casing that dissolves when you take it; it’s basically nothing more than CBD oil in capsule form. One of the benefits of taking soft gels over other CBD alternatives is that, for those who don’t like the taste of hemp or prefer an option without flavor, soft gels are ideal.
Unlike CBD soft gels, CBD capsules contain raw, ground-up hemp extract in a dissolvable, two-piece casing much like any other capsule of medication. Again, for those who prefer a tasteless option over raw, organic CBD oil, capsules can be beneficial and offer a measured and regulated dosage of hemp extract.
If you’re trying to determine whether soft gels or capsules will be best for you, there are a few things to consider, the first being that often, CBD soft gels are smaller and easier to swallow than capsules. They also stay fresher longer and since the soft gels are airtight, you’ll often find options that contain higher CBD concentrations than that of capsules.
CBD capsules on the other hand, since they come in lower doses, are often thought to be a good starting point for beginners who don’t have much experience taking CBD products.