The best way to find the correct dose is to start slowly then adjust up from there. If you are a beginner, try to administer 5 mg doses several times during the day to maintain the feeling of relaxation. If you take several treatments on the first day, adjust the dose to 10 mg the next day and observe the changes in the effects. Keep improving the dose until it is ideal for you and relaxation is constant. If you have experience with hemp, start with a higher dose of approximately 25 mg and adapt gradually.
CBD Oil – patience is a virtue
Each of us in unique and we each have different body chemistry and a unique endocannabidiol system. Some people only need a small dose to achieve desired effects, while others feel almost nothing with the same dose. People react differently to different forms of use. It may take some time before you find the right way to relax properly or to see improvement in your joint pain or arthritus, so you need to be patient. Some effects may be immediate, but others may occur over time (especially if you are looking for relief from epilepsy).
CBD Oil: Dosage is up to you.
Observe the manufacturer’s advice and instructions. The dosage can vary considerably depending on the type of relief and the concentration of CBD oil. For example, some users had the following problems:
Chronic pain: 2.5-20 mg for 25 days
Epilepsy: 200-300 mg for up to 4.5 months
Glaucoma: 20-40 mg (doses greater than 40 mg can paradoxically increase eye pressure)
Huntington’s disease – uncoordinated shaking: 10 mg/kg for six weeks
Sleep disorders: 40-160 mg
Various symptoms of sclerosis: a combination of 2.5 to 120 mg of THC-CBD for 2 to 15 weeks
CBD oil is gaining popularity among dietary supplements for people seeking relief from various ailments and can be a great resource for those who want a natural, non-psychoactive treatment. It only takes a little time to find the ideal form of ingestion and to discover the correct dose that maximizes the effects.
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