You are most probably wondering how much CBD you should take in order to enjoy its benefits. How much CBD you should use depends entirely on you. Literally! In other words, there is no such thing as a one size fits all approach to dosing – it is more of an art than a science.
The quantity you take depends on a number of factors. Most importantly, the symptoms being treated, your weight, and the responsiveness of your endocannabinoid system.
- The best way to find your ideal dose is by “experimenting”. Don’t worry, as there is absolutely no risk of reaching an overdose.
- Always start with a low dose and work up from there. Depending on your bodyweight, a low does equates to 2 – 8 drops.
- Take your starting dose three times a day for three days. Observe your bodies reaction, you should feel positively enhanced.
- If you do not notice a change in the way you feel gradually increase your dose until you start to respond positively.
- Once you have found your basic dosage, you can continue to regulate your dose, depending on the symptoms you
want to treat.
- Keep in mind to use the CBD three times a day – consistency is key.
- For precise dosing, each bottle is equipped with a dropper with graduated markings at 0.3mL and 0.5mL.
- To give our customers the freedom to customise their CBD intake we offer three different strength oils – 5%, 10%, and 20%.
* Based on a drop being exactly 0.05 mL
To gain a full understanding of what works best for you it would be useful to record your daily dosages and their effects. As you continue to monitor your mind and body, you may need to periodically adjust your dose to reflect your ever-changing schedule, mood, and environment.
If you are not dealing with a health challenge, feel great, and are just using CBD as an addition to a healthy lifestyle and/or as a preventative measure we suggest sticking to your starting dose, as defined by your bodyweight.
Don’t overdo it. In cannabinoid therapy, we often find that ‘less is more’. If you are not getting the desired effects, even though you’ve increased your dose, try lowering your dose instead! This has helped many people find their ‘sweet spot’ and a dosage range that works for them. Remember, the sweet spot can move over time.