is an example. An adult male could take 2 Advil and his ailments are relieved, another adult male could take a single Advil and his ailments are relieved. In the previous scenario, each male had to dose differently. Each person is unique in their dosage amount. So instead of answering your question about exactly how much CBD per day, you should be using, we can give you a tailored way to find the right dosage for your unique situation.
Different products contain different MG levels.
Another thing to keep in mind is depending on what product you purchased (tincture, vape pen, gummies, etc.) they might have different and varying MG levels. CBD products can go from 5mg for a single gummy in a jar that has a total of 300mg up to a 1500mg CBD oil tincture that we sell.
Can you take too much CBD?
One of the nice things about CBD is that there have been no reports that you can take too much. This works as a benefit because of the fact there is no overdosing, just wasting your hard-earned money.
Does CBD need to build up into your system?
For many people who try CBD the first time and do not experience any relief, this may certainly be one of the areas they needed to focus on more. Think of CBD as a normal prescription (you do have an ailment you are trying to get relief from). The doctor would typically prescribe you a daily dose of a prescription and depending on the prescription it needs to build up in your system to fully work. Many people are told that CBD is a miracle cure and for some people, it works amazingly, and for some people not as much. For the people it does not work as much on, it could be a variety of reasons including not giving it enough of an opportunity to work. Make sure to take your CBD daily, give it at least 4 weeks before you make a decision. For some people, the impact is right away, lucky for them!
So the article has brought us to this point. You want to know the “sweet spot” for your dosage. Too low of dosage might have very low benefits, too high of dosage could again provide no benefits or your getting benefits but wasting more product than you need to be. The “sweet spot” is through simple trial and error and micro-dosing. I have read articles about people who were regularly taking CBD and they experienced headaches, nausea, or other ill effects. This bad result could often be the result of too much dosage and that specific person would benefit from lowering their dosage.
2) Use the CBD every single day, let it build up in your system. If you are not one of those people whose body gives immediate relief, just keep going.