Collection: CBD Capsules

CBD Capsules

CBD capsules are a convenient, easy-to-swallow way to add supplements to your daily wellness routine. Capsules and softgels are very similar. Both are made of a natural outer casing that separates or dissolves to release CBD oil or other contents (most often powder). Many varieties are vegan, kosher, and gluten-free.

In our selection, you’ll find a wide variety of strengths and formulations with different benefits. Many capsules also include other natural ingredients to enhance their intended effects. That’s a good way to kill two birds with one stone!

One of the key benefits of capsules is that they allow you to take more consistent servings. You can also easily take them on-the-go and stow them in a purse, gym bag, or backpack.

Read about product reviews, capsules benefits, and more in our dedicated blogs. 


Are CBD capsules better than oils or edibles?

  • It all comes down to personal preference. Some people do not like the taste or texture of oils, tinctures, or edibles. Capsules are easy to take along with other supplements or at any other time in your routine. Although keep in mind that while oils, edibles and capsules all go through the digestive system, the oil being taken sublingually gives it a bit of a head start on being metabolized.

Do CBD capsules need to be taken with food?

  • Many capsules can be just as effective whether you take them with or without food. First and foremost, always follow your physician’s advice. Thoroughly reading directions on any product packaging is also important prior to use.

What is hemp extract?

  • Hemp Extract is the total amount of phytocannabinoids and plant matter.

How should my CBD products be stored?

  • CBD oil and capsules do not need to be refrigerated unless otherwise directed on the bottle. If you prefer storing your oil, tincture, capsules, etc. at room temperature, simply leave them in the bottle anywhere that isn’t exposed to constant light or heat.

Since many capsules offer different formulations, here’s a quick video about the difference between full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD: