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Adding CBD Isolate into a Larger Base (Topical)

Posted by Melinda Bloch on

Creating your own infusions with CBD isolate can be a great way to completely customize your CBD experience. Here we will include a simple recipe to create your own CBD topical using our Active CBD oil Isolate. Don't have time to make your own CBD topical? Leave it to the professionals and check out our CBD topical collection

1. Put 2 cups of base oil in a glass cup or jar. (See list of base oils below)
base oil
2. Put cup/jar of oil in a pot of water. 
double boiler method
3. Keep the heat low, double boil the oil (2 pot method) so it becomes warm.
4. Once oil is warm, add entire gram of CBD isolate into cup of oil.
5. Stir occasionally until the liquid becomes clear and not cloudy. This should take around 5 minutes.
6. Once liquid is clear, you have an infused topical!
Each tablespoon of topical will contain 31.25mg of CBD
Each teaspoon of topical will contain 10.42mg of CBD
Most popular base oils used in topicals:

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Now that you have the basic recipe down, you can further customize your CBD topical by adding different essential oils, different ratios of other base oils, as well as adding other cannabinoids such as CBG. You can even experiment with custom potency formulations with the help of our Confused by the Math? Blog For more CBD isolate recipes, check out our full list of recipes Here: CBD Isolate Recipes.  If you need assistance with calculations for changing the concentration, or help with the math involved in using different amounts of oil - click on this link

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