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  • by Nicola Boulton January 20, 2023 5 min read

    Promoting ASense of Calm With CBD &Meditation

    Adding CBD into meditation reduces stress, improves concentration and focus, and promotes relaxation. This article explains CBD, promoting a sense of calm with CBD and meditation, and how to add CBD into meditation practice.

    Cannabidiol has gained popularity in the recent world due to the potential health benefits it offers to the body. People have turned to it to treat various conditions in the body, like stress, anxiety, depression, pain, and insomnia. In the life of today, people experience stress due to the daily challenges of life. They spend much time outdoors, take up a hobby, get enough sleep, eat better, and exercise to deal with depression. Cannabidiol is recommended for meditation practice. It can help individuals stay calm and relaxed, forgetting their worries. Consuming cannabidiol products consistently can help individuals cope with depression and stress, manage anxiety, and improve concentration. CBD does not make individuals high, but it makes individuals feel relaxed and calm. Meditation and CBD can contribute to general wellness by easing stress and tension.

    What Is CBD

    CBD is a short form of cannabidiol. It is found in cannabis sativa plants, among many others. CBD has potential benefits the reason why many individuals have turned to it. It helps them treat various conditions in the body and improve overall well-being. CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, unlike THC. THC is also derived from the cannabis sativa plant, known for its euphoric effects. It is responsible for making individuals feel high. However, CBD products benefit the human body when used in small quantities. It makes the effects of CBD stronger and more effective. CBD comes in different forms, such as topicals, vapes, and edibles. The best method depends on individuals' needs and preferences. According to Cather et al. (2020), the types of CBD include CBD isolate, full-spectrum CBD, and broad-spectrum CBD. Cannabidiol does not appear on a drug test since it does not contain THC; if any, it is in small amounts. It is legal in the UK, provided it has THC levels below 0.2%.

    Promoting a Sense of Calm with CBD & Meditation

    According to Shannon & Opila-Lehman (2015), CBD is known for its effects, making individuals feel calm and relaxed after a long and tiring day. Individuals face many challenges during the day, either at work or studies, that make leave stressed at the end of the day. Stress can make people experience difficulties in sleeping and other problems like headaches and lack of appetite. Stress, anxiety, and depression can also make individuals not stay focused and alert throughout the day. This may affect their daily routine and cause them to fail to be reproductive as normal days. This has forced many people to look for ways to reduce their mental disorders. CBD can reduce this disorder, making individuals stay focused during the day. It also makes them feel calm and relaxed, creating a good environment for them to sleep.

    CBD interacts with a system in the body called the endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for controlling many functions like immune response, appetite, pain, insomnia, anxiety, stress, and depression. It also ensures the body remains in its equilibrium state. ECS has cannabinoid receptors throughout the body, that is, CB1 and CB2. According to Ferber et al. (2020), cannabidiol attaches itself to these cannabinoid receptors and arouses them, enhancing various impacts such as improved mood, pain relief, and relaxation. Many individuals report peace and a sense of calmness when consuming CBD products. There are various benefits of consuming cannabidiol to improve meditation practice. According to Brugnatelli et al. (2021), Cannabidiol help reduces anxiety, depression, and stress, improves concentration and focus, and promotes relaxation. These effects help individuals to enhance and deepen their meditation practice. When beginning any meditation practice, it is crucial to remain consistent and patient to achieve optimal results. CBD makes individuals forget their worries, relax and fall asleep easily. When the mind is disturbed, people can have insomnia. CBD helps reduce these disorders, improving the quality and quantity of sleep.

    Consuming a few drops of cannabidiol in the morning can help users stay focused and alert during the day. This makes them concentrate during their work or studies increasing their productivity. However, consuming CBD in the evening makes individuals relax and feel a sense of calm after a long and tiring day. It also reduces the stress and anxiety that they could have experienced during the day. This creates a good environment for them to fall asleep more easily.

    How to Add CBD Into Meditation Practise

    There are things that individuals should remember when looking to add meditation and cannabidiol into their mental health box. One is the amount of CBD they should consume, and the other is when to take your CBD with meditation practice. How much CBD individuals should consume varies from user to user since cannabidiol affects everyone uniquely. People are not the same in various ways, such as metabolism, body chemistry, and body weight. A small dosage may be effective for one person and may fail to work for another. Individuals should always consult the doctor to help determine the right amount of CBD they should add to their meditation practice. Many individuals find relief around ten to sixty milligrams of cannabidiol to reduce mild anxiety and provide a sense of calmness. New users should start with small amounts and gradually increase until they get the right dosage for their condition.

    Theduration for CBD to start working depends on the method of consumption since it affects how cannabidiol is processed and metabolized in the body. When individuals consume CBD orally using CBD gummies, capsules, and beverages, they take 45 minutes to start experiencing the effects. This is the method that takes longer for CBD to kick. This is because these products pass through the digestive system, where they are digested and then travel to the bloodstream. Since they take longer to start working, their effects will likely stay longer than other consumption methods like vapes.

    Sublingual consumption of CBD takes between 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the individual. Some individuals may experience the effects of CBD immediately, while others will have to wait a long time to see the effects.

    When consuming CBD edibles for meditation, taking them an hour or two hours before the practice is good. However, when using the sublingual method, they should consume it thirty minutes before the practice.


    Adding CBD into the meditation practice is very important. Cannabidiol help reduce anxiety, depression, and stress, improve concentration and focus and promote relaxation. Consuming CBD oil in the morning makes individuals stay focused and alert during the day or at work. This enables them to concentrate on their activities, increasing their productivity. However, consuming CBD oil in the evening makes people relax and feel calm after a long and tiring day.


    Brugnatelli, V., Facco, E., & Zanette, G. (2021). Lifestyle Interventions Improving Cannabinoid Tone During COVID-19 Lockdowns May Enhance Compliance With Preventive Regulations and Decrease Psychophysical Health Complications. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12, 565633.

    Cather, J. C., & Cather, J. C. (2020, July). Cannabidiol primer for healthcare professionals. In Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings (Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 376-379). Taylor & Francis.

    Ferber, S. G., Namdar, D., Hen-Shoval, D., Eger, G., Koltai, H., Shoval, G., ...& Weller, A. (2020). The "entourage effect": terpenes coupled with cannabinoids for the treatment of mood disorders and anxiety disorders. Current neuropharmacology, 18(2), 87-96.

    Shannon, S., & Opila-Lehman, J. (2015). Cannabidiol oil for decreasing addictive use of marijuana: a case report. Integrative Medicine: A Clinician's Journal, 14(6), 31.

    Nicola Boulton
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