CBD Dosage: How Much CBD Should I Take?

So you’ve read about CBD oil and seen all of the benefits it can have for your health. CBD is a very safe natural medicine and you decided to give it a try as a treatment.

You did some research and found one, and now you’re wondering how much to take.

After all, getting the right amount is critical to managing your condition. too little and it may not work for you. As in a World Health Organization (WHO) report in 2017

CBD is “generally well tolerated with a good safety profile”

It is unlikely that you can overdose on CBD. But that’s not a reason to waste it and take too much. There is also a chance it could interact with other drugs. Hence, it is probably a good thing to seek advice from your doctor.

Figuring out how much CDB to take can be difficult. Finally, according to FDA guidelines, CBD hemp oil is treated as a dietary supplement. Therefore, unlike medicine, there is no scientific guide to the exact amount you should ingest.

While CBD hemp oil producers are required by law to include a “recommended serving size” along with the CBD content / concentration on the label, there is no guarantee that the right amount will be the right one for you. In most cases, the “serving suggestion” is just an arbitrary number to meet legal requirements without an appropriate dosage for a particular person and their circumstances.

A look at the scientific research isn’t of much help either, as dosage studies cover a sizable range from 1 milligrams to 1500 milligrams per day.

So let’s see how to find the best dose for your body and needs.

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What is the Right Amount of CBD?

CBD dosage can vary depending on various factors such as weight, age, gender, and the condition you are treating. Since you can’t overdose on CBD, you can experiment with confidence. To help you find the right dosage for you, we’ve put this article together to serve as a baseline.

The most common dose for CBD is between 20 g and 40 mg per dose. Some people only take 1 mg while others can take up to 100 mg. It is important to remember that the optimal dose is different for everyone. Two people of the same weight, age, and medical condition can react very differently to the same amount of CBD. One may find relief at a 10 mg dose while the other may need 30 or 40 mg to get the same results.

The best way to find the right dose is to start with a low dose and slowly increase it by 2 or 5 mg per dose until you figure out what works best for your circumstances. To adjust your dosage and find out what works, it can be helpful to keep a notebook of what dosage you are taking and when to write about how you are feeling and how the dosage affects you.

Severity of the condition

Persons weight in lbs

100 pounds

125lbs

150lbs

175lbs

200lbs

225lbs

250lbs

Light

10 mg

13 mg

15 mg

17 mg

20 mg

22 mg

25 mg

medium

30 mg

38 mg

45 mg

52 mg

60 mg

67 mg

75 mg

Strong

60 mg

75 mg

90 mg

105 mg

120 mg

135 mg

150 mg

* The dosage is based on the pure CBD content. This table is not intended to be a final guideline, but it can be a good starting point to adapt to your needs.

CBD dosage for treating pain

The dosage of CBD used to treat pain can vary widely. For mild pain such as arthritis, PMS, or mild back pain, a low or medium dose of CBD oil should be enough.

For severe pain such as cancer pain, nerve pain, or to treat multiple sclerosis, you may need a higher dose of CBD oil.

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CBD dosage for sleeping

CBD has been shown to help improve the quality and duration of sleep.

While a low dose of CBD oil (below 10 mg) can have a stimulatory effect, higher doses (20 mg or higher) have been shown to be more sedative. Some CBD oils with sleep-supporting terpenes such as bisabolol, lavandin, myrcene or finally, can enhance this calming effect. There are also some CBD oils with melatonin that are particularly good at promoting sleep.

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CBD dosage for treating depression

CBD oil has been used successfully to treat mood disorders such as depression.

However, because the underlying processes of depression often build up over time, treatment can take a few weeks or even months.

It is best to start with a low dosage and gradually build up to a moderate dosage over a few weeks. Once you’ve established how the CBD is affecting your body, you can go for a higher dosage if necessary.

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CBD dosage for treating anxiety

Chronic stress, anxiety, or PTSD are usually treated with a medium to high dose of CBD. However, in certain circumstances, individuals may find that they are particularly sensitive to CBD, so they may only need a small dose.

It is best to start with a low dose and take it first thing in the morning. You may need a booster dose around lunch in the afternoon. Some people find that taking CBD about 45 minutes before ingesting anything that triggers their anxiety can be especially helpful.

Recommend CBD strength by condition

Anxiety – medium to high

Arthritis – medium to high

Cancer – high

Chronic pain – moderate to high

Depression – medium to high

Epilepsy – high

High blood pressure – medium to high

Migraines – low to high

Nausea – low to medium

PMS – low to medium

Insomnia – moderate to high

Weight loss – low to medium

The information in this article is only our personal opinion. We are not qualified physicians, and these statements are not intended to replace the advice of a qualified professional in treating or curing any disease. This information is for personal reference only. Please make sure you do your own research and consult your GP before taking CBD.

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