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It is also important to remember that CBD products are not regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Some manufacturers make unproven claims about the uses and efficacy of their products. There is also concern about the quality and safety of the products themselves.
So what is the maximum amount of CBD you should take? Researchers have found that 600 mg per day appears to be safe, but one study suggested that doses of up to 1,500 mg a day are safe and tolerated well.
The dosages used in research studies vary and there is no consensus on how much should be used for specific conditions. If you do decide to try CBD, it is also important to note that there is no universally agreed upon dose. Research also suggests that people may respond differently to various dosages, so the amount that is right for your needs might vary.
There have been a number of studies that suggest that CBD may have a number of different physical and mental health uses. However, more research is still needed to better understand the substance’s potential applications and possible long-term side effects.
CBD (or cannabidiol), is one of over 100 known cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. When consumed, cannabinoids like CBD interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system (EC system), which is the system responsible for helping the body maintain homeostasis or balance.
In order to comply with FDA regulations, Medical Marijuana, Inc. does not list an RDI of our own, nor do we provide a Daily Value (%DV) for any of our products. However, our products do come with a “suggested CBD serving size.” This suggested serving size acts as a guideline to help you decide the right amount of CBD oil to use to help you hit your daily CBD goal. While you can heed our suggested serving size and only use that specific amount of CBD, the amount of CBD you use in each serving is entirely up to you.
CBD, like all cannabinoids, can also build up in the body and cause an increase in cannabinoid receptors. An increase in cannabinoid receptors then makes the endocannabinoid system more active and sensitive to stimulation by cannabinoids. This is one more reason to make sure you are supporting your system with CBD daily.
Why Use CBD Oil Products?
At Medical Marijuana, Inc. we are dedicated to offering our customers pure, safe, and high-quality CBD oil products. All of our products are made using hemp instead of marijuana, meaning our CBD products are not intoxicating and contain no psychoactive effects. We offer a variety of CBD products to fit your needs and lifestyle, giving customers access to CBD lotions, liquids, capsules, hair care products, and more!
One of the first questions many Medical Marijuana, Inc. customers ask is, what is a good CBD serving size? The answer to that question is less clear than you may expect. So just what is a serving of CBD?
Finally, our RSHO® oral applicators provide our highest levels of CBD, between 50 and 225 mg of CBD per serving, depending on the label color you choose.
It can take anywhere from a few minutes to several hours after use for the effects of CBD to be felt. This time frame can vary depending on the serving size and method of application, along with some other factors that affect the rate of absorption by the body. This can make determining the ideal amount of CBD oil to use a tricky task without a blanket answer.
It’s common for two people with identical weight to respond very differently to the same dose of CBD. One person may find the ideal dose for them is 30 mg of CBD, while the other responds better to just 10 mg.
For more severe pain, nerve pain, or treatment-resistant multiple sclerosis or cancer pain — you’ll likely need to use a heavy dose of CBD oil.
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Some people experience the painkilling benefits of CBD oil immediately, others need to take the oil for a few days or weeks before noticing any improvement.
It’s best to start with a mild or moderate dosage of CBD oil for a few weeks before graduating to the heavy dose once you understand how CBD affects your body individually.