In the world of health and wellness, cannabidiol (CBD) has made quite the entrance. It seems every shop has CBD for sale. Whether you are searching for a sleep-aid, pain management, anxiety relief, stress reduction, skin care, or more, CBD may be able to help.
Many users report taking a dose of CBD tincture right before bed and getting some of the best sleep of their lives. Some also take it when they wake up to get focused and ready for the day.
After all your research and comparison shopping between brands and products, once you’ve finally found the right CBD product for you, how do you know the proper CBD dosing? Only is there was a CBD dosing chart to help us...
Everyone has their own ideal dose of cannabidiol (CBD). Factors such as age, weight, gender, metabolism, application method, and desired effects all play a role in how a particular dose of CBD will affect you. Although there is no set CBD dosing chart, it is recommended that novice CBD users start with a small dose, usually less than 10mg.
The effects of CBD can be felt for up to about six (6) hours. Waiting at least three (3) hours before taking another dose will allow your body to feel the full effects of the CBD.
It may be helpful to take note of your levels of stress, anxiety, pain, inflammation, sleep, hunger, and other physiological functions on a scale of 1 to 10. This will help develop a better understanding of how a particular CBD dose affects you.
Another factor to consider in the type of CBD extract in the product being used. Full spectrum CBD contains trace amounts of THC and other compounds so the body may benefit from something called the “entourage effect”. This describes the symbiotic relation THC and CBD have with one another. The benefits of each can be amplified when used together.
CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD, up to 100%. Nano CBD isolate is also a pure form, but the molecules have been broken down into nano-sized pieces. This could allow for more of the CBD to be absorbed by the body.
Broad spectrum CBD contains other compounds found in cannabis, but no THC. When comparing CBD products, it is best to consider the type of CBD extract that is used in each. A dose of CBD isolate may affect you differently than the same dose of full spectrum CBD.
There is no such thing as taking too much CBD in terms of an overdose. The World Health Organization describes CBD as “well tolerated with a good safety profile”. A dose of CBD is measured in milligrams (mg). Most users take between 10 and 30 milligrams per dose. Many take between two and three doses each day.
The CBD dosing chart below give guidelines to an effective CBD dose for those with anxiety and/or pain. Remember, everyone is different and some experimentation is needed to find your perfect dose to achieve maximum benefits.
Here is our easy to read CBD dosing chart:
This conversion CBD dosing chart gives a break down of CBD doses for Thrive Flower products.
When taking Thrive Flower CBD products, it can be very useful to follow our CBD dosing chart. For any product that you are considering to use, simply find the exact product in the chart to see how it properly dose.
Then, look at the first chart shown above and match your level of anxiety or pain with how much you weigh. This should give you the recommended starting dosage to take and then how to dose with the product you chose.