Is CBD for You - What You Need to Know

If you’ve been following our blog and company for a while, but haven’t tried our products, you may be wondering if CBD is for you. There are a few things to take into consideration when trying CBD for the first time. At Nature’s Ultra, we’re dedicated to educating you on all things CBD. That’s why we’ve compiled this information on whether CBD is right for you or not. Keep reading to find out! 

CBD Isn’t a Cure-All

The first thing to note when using CBD for the first time, is that CBD isn’t a quick fix kind of product. So, if that’s what you’re looking for, it probably isn’t for you. But, realistically, there aren’t any quick fixes out there. It’s important to have a realistic mindset when it comes to CBD.  

The best way to know if CBD will help you is by trying it for yourself! Do the proper research into the CBD that will work best for you. Always start with the lowest amount, then move up as needed. You may need a higher amount than others would in order to get the CBD to work for you.

Everyone is Different

Another important thing to remember is that everyone responds differently when it comes to CBD.

The important thing is to not give up. Just like a new skincare routine, it will take time to reap the rewards of CBD. Even if your neighbor can’t stop boasting about how CBD worked for them instantly, don’t let that get you down. Everyone is different, and these things take time!

Give it Time

Speaking of time, it’s important to give CBD just that. You may be wondering, “How fast does CBD work?” Well, just as we said before, everyone is different. While some people may see a difference in a matter of days or weeks, some people may need to use CBD for months before they can see it working for them. But, just because it takes time, doesn’t mean that it isn’t working.

If it’s taking longer than you’d like for your CBD to take effect, be patient. It’s also important to make sure that you’re using your CBD consistently. While it doesn’t necessarily need to be at the same time everyday, it does need to be a daily habit in your routine. Look at your current schedule and see where you can add CBD products to it. The more consistent you are, the better it will work!

Choosing the Right CBD 

Another thing to consider when asking if CBD is right for you. Make sure to do plenty of research on the company and how they process their CBD. We recommend finding a company that follows best practices, and produces hemp-derived CBD with 0.0 percent THC.

Luckily for you, you won’t have to look very hard to find a company like that. Our practices at Nature’s Ultra always have high quality CBD and sustainable farming in mind. We even grow our own hemp to ensure that we have the best quality throughout the entire process! Click here if you’d like to learn more about our CBD extraction processes.

Along with ensuring that your CBD company is right for you, you want to make sure that the way you’re using your CBD the way you like to. The FDA does not recommend that CBD be taken internally. We recommend using CBD products, especially ours, topically until the FDA approves internal usage. It can be applied to clean, dry skin.  


Remember, CBD can’t fix everything, and it isn’t a quick fix type of product. So, if you’re already living an unhealthy lifestyle, there isn’t much that CBD can do. Along with using products such as CBD, it’s important to make sure that you’re also getting regular exercise, eating right, getting enough sleep, and practicing basic hygiene. Otherwise, you won’t be able to reap as many rewards from CBD! If you want to live a healthy, CBD lifestyle, it’s important to have balance in every area of your life. CBD and wellness go hand in hand.

Types of CBD

When researching CBD, it’s important to take into consideration all of the different spectrums of CBD, the first of it being full spectrum CBD. This CBD can be marijuana-derived or derived from hemp and contains CBD, terpenes, essential oils, and THC. Because it contains multiple extracts from the marijuana plant or hemp plant, it can cause a high that CBD itself does not.

Another type of CBD is broad spectrum. This CBD can also be marijuana-derived or hemp derived, but does not include THC. While it won’t cause a high, it does still contain essential oils and terpenes from the marijuana plant and the hemp plant that are not proven to have any benefits. While it is definitely better than full spectrum CBD, it isn’t the best option.

While it is up to you and your local laws to make the decision on which type of CBD will work best for you, we highly recommend using CBD isolate. This is CBD in its purest form, and is usually hemp-derived. This is the kind of CBD we use in our products, and the one that is most beneficial to you.

Health and Medication 

Last, but certainly not least, it’s essential when trying CBD for the first time to talk with your doctor first. While CBD and medications should mix just fine, you never know how the two components will work. So, whether you’re currently taking medications or not, it’s important to talk to your doctor before trying something new. They might have tips and tricks for you to try when using CBD, or they might even suggest that you take specific products.


We know that trying something new can require a leap of faith. But, we know that CBD will help improve your everyday life! For more information on whether CBD is right for you or not, stay tuned to our blog. For more information on Nature’s Ultra, click here.