How To Know What Dosage Of CBD To Take
It really depends on your tolerance and what conditions you are treating, but here we remove some of the dosing mystery.
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January 13, 2020 4 min read
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The brave new world of cannabidiol or CBD-infused products is growing. That means more product choices and accessibility for the consumer. It also means a wide array of recommended doses.
One of the most important components of any CBD product’s ingredient label is the potency in milligrams that product contains. This potency, when divided by one serving, will equal one dose. So what does this CBD milligram potency mean? And how do you know you’ve found the right dose for your body and particular ailment?
CBD affects everyone differently because everyone's endocannabinoid system is different. Your perfect dose depends on your body size, weight, age, gender, and even how much food and water you have consumed. It is important to consult your doctor to find out if CBD is right for you.
That being said, here is the existing data on dosing, alongside my own experience using verified CBD products for many years.
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What's A Low Dose?
For inflammation, sleep aid, pain relief, research shows a lower dose can be helpful for most people. One German 2016 study found that low doses helped with “antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotection effects.”