Dose Guide: How Much CBD Should I Take (see chart).

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CBD OIL, How Much CBD Should I Take?

So,  how do you figure out a good CBD Oil Dosage? - The Chart below should help you visibly see how many milligrams you might need to get the benefits from CBD, but please read on as we'll also share some "general overview" information that will help you get a quick understanding of the question and answers to "how much cbd oil do I need"?

For Reference, most of the guidance in this article has come from real CBD Users who purchased CBD from Healthy Hemp Outlet and provided feedback to us either online with feedback you can read (click here to see over 100 CBD OIL Reviews) or from personal stories shared directly with us. From their testimonials we've been told - cbd oil helped with anxiety and inflammation, so we know that Yes, CBD can help with anxiety and inflammation matters. The trick is to figure out how much CBD you should try when starting out? 

CBD Oil Dosage: 

We're going to explain this using Alcohol and impairment as a comparison analogy. Most of us know that Alcohol impairs a person once you a certain amount of alcohol consumption - this is your "Tipping Point". If a person has a tipping point of 3 beers, then 1 beer is "not going to be enough", but once the person has 3 beers then 100% of their tipping point will be met and they will now be impaired.

Now think about CBD in place of alcohol and the concept is similar - your body needs a certain amount of CBD to work - this is your Endocannabinoid Systems Balance Point.  If you take 5mg of CBD and your body Balance Point Needs are 15mg, that is similar to having just 1 beer and your body needs 3. So if you want 100% of the benefits of CBD you'll need to get 100% of your body's needs. If you take too little you might only get 50% benefits, if you take just enough (100%) you can reach 100% benefits and if you take more than your body needed (110%) - you will simply urinate away the extra (10%) amount - just like when you pee yellow after taking a multi-vitamin. Yes, with CBD you can think about it like a multi-vitamin and if your body gets more CBD than needed - there is no known overdose with CBD, in theory you will just urinate away the excess you take over and above your 100% needs. 

For those of you that want a very detailed explanation from an authority media source, check out this article from 2013 from the National Institute of Health - (Click the title below) - where you will see that years ago there was awareness of the benefits of Cannabis to our health and our EndoCannabinoid System.

Getting High on the Endocannabinoid System

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General Guidance and Dose Guide for CBD Oil 

 

CBD Dosing_By_Weight

At Healthy Hemp Outlet we support the information shared in the chart above (note we did not make this chart). After 2 years of helping patients learn about HEMP CBD and then helping them pick out a CBD Product (CBD Tincture Oil, or CBD Gummie, or CBD Topical, or CBD Vape, or CBD Dry Flower), and then hearing back from our patients we have a grasp on what works and what doesn't.

What we are about to share is the same "acquired advice" that a Medical Specialist would be expected to give you. For example, if you needed a specific medical procedure you would see a "Medical Specialist" because you want to benefit from their years of expertise on the single subject/procedure you need. 

Using the chart above, find your weight and start with the smallest dose for your weight category. Over the past 2 years we've heard a lot from our clients and can report that ROW 2 is where 90% of New CBD Patients Start, and most clients that tried at least 10mg-15mg a dose or a day - did start to feel benefits. You may feel like starting with a higher dose, but CBD is not cheap and what if you don't need that many MG's of CBD (you're just going to urinate the excess away).

Again, 90% of our patients have provided POSITIVE FEEDBACK on their CBD Experience with a 900mg (or 1000mg) bottle of CBD Oil. A 900mg bottle (1oz) of CBD Oil will give you 60 servings of a 15mg dose (use 1/2 of the eye dropper) taken twice a day. 

With a 900mg Bottle of CBD OIL you get 60 servings of 15mg. Clients that have purchased the Healthy Hemp Outlet CBD OIL 900mg CBD Oil  said the 15mg dose (using 1/2 of the eye dropper) is a great all around dose and if you have a bad day you can always take the full dropper and get 30mg of CBD OIL at once. 

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What about side effects?

As mentioned earlier, they are not severe and it is almost impossible to overdose with CBD. The most frequent side-effects of taking too much CBD is a dry mouth and drowsiness.

You have to find your own individual dose (remember: how many beers before you feel tipsy example)

Again, there isn’t a standard dose that works for everybody. And the best way to find the ideal dose in your case is by “experimenting”. Don’t worry, as there are absolutely no risks of reaching a CBD overdose. As the side-effects of taking too much CBD rarely occur and even if they do, they are not severe.

But, when experimenting, it is recommended to start with the lowest dose recommended for your health condition, weight, and age, and gradually adjust your dose until you obtain the best results.

You will have to stay on a particular dose for several days in a row. So that you can clearly see how you feel and what results that particular dose is giving you until you decide to adjust it.

Also, when adjusting your dose, make very small changes, taking one step at a time toward reaching the ideal dose.

Need more information?

We have over one year of face to face consulting and CBD Sales in our retail store where we hear a lot of clients tell us their stories about why they are taking CBD Oil. Some are taking CBD for Anxiety relief, some are taking CBD OIL for Inflammation, and a lot of folks have heard that CBD Oil for Sleep is a great thing to try. 

 

Here is a 1 minute CBD EDUCATION VIDEO on Dose Guidance and figuring out how many MG's are in each 1mL Dose.

CBD Application for Health Problems – Symptoms

According to online sources and studies, CBD may have an influence on the treatment of the following : (red = most popular use for CBD)

Acne
ADD and ADHD
Addiction
AIDS
Alcoholism
ALS
Alzheimer’s Disease
Anorexia
Antibiotic Resistance
Antibiotic-resistant infections
Anxiety
Arthritis
Asthma
Atherosclerosis
Autism
Bacteria
Bipolar
Chronic pain
Colitis and Crohn’s
Depression
Diabetes
Dyskinesia
Effective for Treating Substance Use Disorders
Endocrine Disorders
Epilepsy and Seizures
Epileptic Seizures
Fibromyalgia
Glaucoma
Heart Disease
Help with Quitting Smoking
Helps the Immune System
Hepatitis C
Huntington’s Disease
Immuno-suppressive
Increases efficacy of the immune system
Inflammation
Inflammation and Autoimmunity
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Inhibits Cell Growth in Tumors/Cancer Cells
Insomnia
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Kidney Disease
Kills or Slows Bacterial Growth
Liver Diseases
Lowers Incidence of Diabetes
May Protect From Neurodegenerative Diseases
May Relieve Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
Metabolic Syndrome
Migraines
Mood Disorders
Motion Sickness
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Nausea
Neurodegeneration
Neuropathic Pain
Obesity
OCD
Osteoporosis/Bone Health
Pain relief
Parkinson’s Disease
Prion/Mad Cow disease
Promote Heart Health
Promotes bone growth
Promotes brain tissue growth in alcoholism
Protect From Mad Cow Disease
Protects Against Nervous System Degeneration
Provide Treatment for Acne
Psoriasis
PTSD
Reduce seizures and convulsions
Reduces Blood Sugar Levels
Reduces nervous system degeneration
Reduces nicotine cravings
Reduces Risk of Artery Blockage
Reducing contractions in small intestine
Rheumatism
Rheumatoid arthritis
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia & Psychosis
Sickle Cell Anemia
Skin Conditions
Sleep Disorders
Spinal Cord Injury
Stress
Stroke and TBI
Suppresses muscle spasms
Treats fungal infection
Vascular and muscle relaxing
Vomiting and Nausea

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Sources:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3997295/ 


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