How Much CBD OilCBD Oil Should I Use?
This is a tricky question. Every person will need to find out for themselves how much CBD oil to take. There is no one-answer-fits-all. The response to how much CBD oil should I take is subjective. This is because it depends on what you are hoping for the outcome to be. If it is for general health, the amount of CBD oil will be less than if you are trying to deal with an issue.
Due to this, usage should start with a low dosage and should be gradually increased or decreased depending on the perceived effects on the user. You will have to go through a trial and error process until you discover how much CBD oil you should take. For most users they notice a dramatic effect the longer they use CBD oil. There is currently no report of harm or hazard from an overdose in regards to how much CBD oil you should take.
Start out slow with 3-5 drops of CBD oil twice a day for the first week. Hold the drops under your tongue for 90 seconds, use a mirror so you can SEE how many drops you are using. Try not to mix in any saliva, you should not need to swallow if you do it this way, and it will absorb directly into the mucous membranes and be delivered quickly into your bloodstream.
The label says a full serving of CBD oil is 20 drops, most people NEVER need that much and taking that much right away is not recommended. The full dropper (looks more like half a dropper .6ml) is MORE than 20 drops (full serving) If you just eyeball it or fill the dropper and squeeze the bulb 5 times is NOT 5 drops that is way too much! Do not do this. You must look in a mirror and count out each drop. By week 2 or 3, go up by 2 drops each week per serving twice a day. Keep increasing slowly each week til you feel the benefits you are looking for. Everyone is different, and results may vary so we recommend that you explore what works best for you. We also suggest you consult your doctor or physician for dosage recommendations.
If you use a Topical CBD Cream, apply daily or as needed where you feel pain or inflammation, a little goes along way, so use it sparingly.