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How Much CBD Should I Take?

by Summer Kucky on January 08, 2021
CBD Vape Oil

Whether you are new to CBD or have been using it habitually, odds are you have wondered about how much CBD to take. This is such a common question in the CBD community, and yet, there is no straightforward answer. The truth is, CBD is not a “one size fits all” type of remedy. The amount of CBD you should take varies based on what method you use, its CBD strength, and other beneficial factors. In this blog, we will discuss how to determine the ideal amount of CBD you should consume as well as different ways to consume CBD and its potential health benefits.

Is CBD Legal?  

There is still much confusion regarding the legality of CBD, how one should use it, and how effective is it. Though, CBD products are legal in most areas of the United States, it is important to always check your local CBD Laws before purchasing to avoid any complications. CBD is not currently regulated by the FDA. Thus, there are no official guidelines regarding how much CBD one should take and how often. This may sound intimidating at first, but fear not, we are here to help!

What Kind Of CBD Should I Take? 

When looking for CBD products to purchase, you’ll notice that they will either contain, full spectrum CBD, broad spectrum CBD, or CBD extract/isolate.

Full spectrum CBD contains all of the hemp plant’s naturally occurring compounds—cannabinoids, terpenes, and other essential oils that may be beneficial for your body. Full Spectrum CBD also contains very small traces of THC, which is less than 0.3%. While this percentage of THC is very minuscule and non-psychoactive, it may show up on a drug test analysis. 

Broad spectrum CBD goes through a second extraction process which eliminates the trace amounts of THC from the oil. Many consumers prefer this option because they receive the same benefits full spectrum products give and don't have to worry about the THC content or failing a drug test. 

Lastly, there is pure CBD extract/isolate powder, which is pretty straight forward. CBD Isolate contains nothing but pure CBD extract that is crystalized down to a powder form. Many of Experience CBD gummies contain this type of CBD, and customers love it because of the fact it is enjoyable to take with you anywhere, it's THC free, and you can still receive all the benefits of pure CBD.

When it comes to taking CBD for general pain, many consumers prefer the Full Spectrum option.This is because all of the hemp plant’s naturally occurring compounds are still intact, enabling a deeper level of therapeutic benefits for the user. However, if you are concerned about the THC content in the Full Spectrum CBD then taking Broad Spectrum CBD or pure CBD extract/isolate may be the best option for you. 

 

What Is The Ideal Amount Of CBD For Me?

As previously mentioned, there is no “one size fits all” option when it comes to taking CBD. We are all very unique, and the ideal dosage will vary from person to person. What works for you might not have the same effect as it does on someone else. Here are some key factors that may change the way CBD affects your body:

  • Weight
  • Age
  • The concentration of the product
  • Genetics
  • Personal body chemistry
  • Tolerance

Your ideal CBD dosage may also vary based on how you are consuming your CBD. There are many different products out there ranging from CBD OilsCBD gummies, CBD Topicals, and much more. How you choose to take your CBD will likely affect how quickly you may feel relief. For example, if you are looking for faster relief, you may want to choose a CBD Oil versus an edible. This is because edibles are broken down in your digestive system, and it will take longer for the body to absorb the CBD. 

A general rule of thumb is to start off small. If you haven’t felt any benefits after  20 - 30 minutes, it is safe to say that you could increase your dosage if necessary. Remember, it is always important to consult your doctor about any concerns you may have about taking CBD as they may be able to recommend a specific dosage for you.

 

Sources

Johnson, J. (2020, March 19). CBD oil: Uses, health benefits, and risks. Retrieved January 07, 2021, from https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317221

W. (2018). CANNABIDIOL (CBD) Critical Review Report. Retrieved January 07, 2021, from https://www.who.int/medicines/access/controlled-substances/CannabidiolCriticalReview.pdf

 

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