CBD is an appealing choice for many people when it comes to options to quit smoking. Because CBD has little to no side effects and is non-habit forming, it can be a great choice for those who wish to avoid the traditional smoking cessation products or prescriptions.
For purposes of reducing the dependence on nicotine, CBD can be used in a variety of forms. For ease of dosing, some people prefer capsules, edibles, oils, or tinctures. These are all convenient and portable and also discreet. Still, others who feel they may miss the physical or social aspect of holding a cigarette and smoking, vaping or smoking a preroll may be an even more productive option.
Another interesting and useful way to ingest CBD is through teas and other infused beverages. This can be a way to also enjoy CBD socially, as many smokers report that the habit is often a social one for them.
For those who prefer not to ingest CBD, applying it topically through a lotion or balm may be a good choice, although it may not absorb as quickly or effectively into the bloodstream.
If you suffer from a smoking habit, it is always recommended that you consult with your doctor or care provider before attempting any smoking cessation plan.