How Much CBD Oil Should I Take?
With our industry on the rise, there are a lot of very good questions being asked by those who are looking to experience the benefits of CBD. Like any other supplement, serving sizes are important in using the product correctly. Any confusion practically doubles when you see how many CBD products there are, anything from gummies to tinctures. Unfortunately, the answer is not as straight forward as you would think, as it is mostly dependent on you.
What is tough about this question is that there is no “right” answer. How much CBD you need to see any change is completely up to you as a person. Everyone is different, and the process of finding your sweet spot is something that you will need to do yourself. This reality is largely due to the FDA having not done any rigorous testing regarding CBD’s effects. So until then, we are on our own.
Don’t worry, doing this is easier than you think.
Finding Your Sweet Spot
When you first start utilizing CBD, we recommend following the serving size that is on the label for one week. Whether you see any difference or not, keep it consistent for one week to see how it goes. Then, going into the next week, change it up as you see fit, changing it up as you go.
Keep in mind that there is a good chance that you might not end up following the label when you find your sweet spot. Don’t worry about this, you know yourself much better than anyone else ever will.
If you are worried about not ever finding your sweet spot, don’t worry, we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on all of our products. Our main focus is to help people, and if you find that CBD is not your cup of tea, we will make sure that you get your money back.
What Happens If I Take Too Much CBD?
There have been no reports of anything negative happening to those who have taken “too much” CBD. We have heard that some customers have gotten somewhat sleepy, but other than that, you can’t “overdose” on CBD. The worry around taking too much CBD should have more to do with making sure that you don’t waste any, not that you will ever have a bad experience.