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High strength, super strength, ultra strength… with so many different types of CBD available, which one is best for your needs? Dr. Sarah Brewer explains. Trying to find the best strength of CBD oil for yourself? In this guide, we explain different CBD strengths — and how to choose the one that will be the best fit for your needs. CBD oil is an increasingly popular therapeutic supplement in the UK. According to a recent survey data, almost 6 million British people have tried CBD. And,

What strength CBD should I take?

High strength, super strength, ultra strength… with so many different types of CBD available, which one is best for your needs? Dr. Sarah Brewer explains.

When you first start taking CBD, you’re usually advised to ‘start low and go slow’. This is because some people appear to metabolise CBD more slowly than others, and need only a low dose to notice an effect.

Gradually increase the dose if you need to; you may want to revisit your dose each week, for example, until you find a level that works best for you. The CBD dose at which you finally arrive will vary depending on the strength of the product, how you respond, and the reason you are taking it.

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Those new to CBD will tend to start with a product that provides less than 10mg per dose. If you prefer to take a capsule, then a typical starting product will provide 6.4mg of a ‘high-strength’ oil in which CBD is blended with olive and hemp oil. If you are taking the product to promote general wellbeing, you may only need to take one of these – for example at night. When necessary, you can increase the dose to two or three capsules, spread at intervals throughout the day.

If you prefer to take drops, then a typical starting product will contain CBD infused into a carrier oil to provide an overall strength of, for example, 2.75%. This means that CBD makes up 2.75% of the total product and the other listed ingredients, such as hemp seed oil, make up the remaining 97.25%. The usual dose ranges from one to eight drops, up to three times daily.

For rapid absorption, hold the drops under your tongue for a couple of minutes before swallowing. If needed, the dose can be increased to the manufacturer’s recommended maximum (e.g. 25 drops daily) taken at regular intervals throughout the day.

If the maximum dose of a high strength product does not meet your needs, you may want to switch to a super strength product.

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When it comes to super strength capsules, these usually provide 15mg CBD per capsule, and the recommended dose is one to two capsules taken daily with water. These capsules therefore provide a maximum of 30mg CBD per day.

A bottle of super strength CBD oil drops will typically contain a CBD concentration of around 5%. This means that CBD makes up 5% of the total product and the other listed ingredients, such as hemp seed oil, make up the remaining 95%. Because super strength CBD drops are more concentrated, you get a higher amount per drop.

A typical dose is one to seven drops up to three times daily, which you hold in your mouth for a while before swallowing. Do not exceed the manufacturer’s maximum recommended intake (for example, 21 super strength drops) spread throughout the day.

If you find that you need to take a lot of drops per day, you may prefer to switch to a more concentrated oil. Not only will this reduce the number of drops you need, it will likely save you money.

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Ultra strength CBD oil products

Ultra strength CBD oil drops are usually more than twice as potent as super strength drops and typically have a 10-11% CBD concentration. These are ideal for experienced users who want to increase their dose or take fewer drops or capsules during the day.

The disadvantage of some strong CBD products is that, the more concentrated they get, the stronger and more grassy they taste. You can get around this by choosing a product that is filter-clear: this produces a purified oil with a less strong taste.

Adding a flavour such as peppermint will also help to ensure the CBD oil tastes pleasant. All Healthspan’s CBD drops products are filter-clear and peppermint-flavoured.

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Does ultra strength CBD oil get you high?

No, CBD oil does not get you high. CBD (cannabidiol) is extracted from industrial hemp plants that naturally contain only trace amounts of the psychoactive molecule THC, which is responsible for the ‘high’ or ‘stoned’ effects of marijuana.

Good-quality CBD supplements that are made to pharmaceutical standards contain only traces of THC. This will be confirmed by independent laboratory tests for each batch, as well as a certificate of testing provided via a clickable link on the manufacturer’s website.

What is the maximum dose you can take?

In the UK, the FSA recommends that CBD should not be used at doses above 70mg per day. 1

In any case, do not exceed the manufacturer’s recommended dose (such as 30mg per day for Healthspan’s CBD Oil Capsules 900mg) without talking to your doctor.

Watch points

Always follow the manufacturer’s guidance on the dose and frequency of use of their product, as this guidance is based on the CBD concentration present. Do not exceed the manufacturer’s recommended dose except under medical advice and supervision.

If you have any medical conditions or are taking any prescribed drugs, always speak to your doctor before using CBD and check for interactions with your medication. If you are taking an over-the-counter medicine, ask your pharmacist’s advice. If they are unable to help, there is a useful drugs interaction checker which includes cannabidiol at drugs.com.

If you are subjected to drug testing, for example at work or because you take part in an elite competitive sport, it’s important to know that any CBD product can contain a trace of the cannabinoid THC. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has banned all cannabinoids except for cannabidiol (CBD). 2

A potential substitute for those worried about drug testing is the ‘CBD alternative’ PEA: Healthspan sells this under the name of Elite PEA+ Sport (which is also batch-tested for competing athletes).

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Dr Sarah Brewer is Healthspan’s Medical Director and holds degrees in Natural Sciences, Surgery and Medicine from the University of Cambridge. Having worked as a GP and hospital doctor, Dr Sarah now holds an MSc in Nutritional Medicine from the University of Surrey and specialises in nutrition. She is also an award-winning writer and author.

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CBD Oil Strength – Which Concentration Should You Choose?

Trying to find the right CBD oil strength for your situation can be difficult, especially when some brands define the benefits of CBD with their potency. For instance, products like 150 mg or 300 mg are better suited for pets and lightweight users, whereas concentrations of 2000 or 3000 mg are formulated to address the needs of people who whey more than 225 lbs.

But what does that tell you? After all, people use CBD oil for different purposes, so CBD oil strength may not necessarily be the driving factor behind its effectiveness.

So, how do you pick the best CBD strength for yourself?

What factors should you take into consideration?

CBD Strength: Explaining the Differences

If you check out Gold Bee’s CBD oils, you’ll notice that we focus on high-strength CBD oils. That’s because higher CBD strengths usually mean a lower cost per mg of CBD. That being said, we also stock some low-strength products, such as 25 mg gummies or 10 mg honey sticks; that’s because we cater to all types of CBD consumers.

There are a few questions you should ask yourself if you want to decide what CBD strength will be your best match:

What Does the Strength of CBD Oil Mean?

When shopping for CBD oil, always read the product’s label to ensure how much CBD is in the product and how much CBD it offers in one milliliter.

For example, the Gold Bee 1200 mg CBD oil contains “1200 mg” of total CBD, so it tells you how much CBD you’d get if you swallowed the entire content (which we don’t recommend). However, if you want to get the CBD concentration per serving, you need to calculate the amount of CBD per milliliter.

Our CBD oil comes in 30-mL bottles, so all you need to do is simple math: divide 1200 mg by 30 mL — and there you have it, 40 mg of CBD/mL.

At Gold Bee, we always list the amount of CBD in a single serving on the back of the container to make it easier for new consumers to choose the best format and strength for their needs.

Does CBD Strength Refer to Pure CBD?

Since the CBD market is unregulated in labeling guidelines, many companies are very ‘liberal’ in their statements about the strength of their CBD oil.

For instance, some companies will tell you that their products contain 3000 mg of PHYTONUTRIENTS from hemp, which doesn’t tell you about the exact CBD content.

If you want to make sure that the number of milligrams on the bottle refers to the amount of CBD, opt for products that say, for example, “1200 mg of CBD”. The certificate of analysis (CoA) from a third-party laboratory will provide information about the levels of other phytonutrients in your CBD oil — but what matters is the actual CBD strength.

It’s a different story if you’re buying CBD oil that uses isolate — such products don’t contain any other hemp compounds, so if the bottle says 1000 mg, it refers to pure CBD.

At Gold Bee, we only use full-spectrum or broad-spectrum CBD because we’re advocates of the entourage effect (learn more about the entourage effect HERE). Our bottles state how much CBD is in the bottle and per serving — the rest is available in the lab reports of our CBD oils, which we send on request to our customers.

How Different Delivery Methods Affect CBD Strength

CBD comes in different forms, including oils, gummies, capsules, honey sticks, and even pet products.

The delivery method of CBD can have a profound impact on its strengths.

You can take CBD either through: sublingual use, oral consumption, inhalation, or absorption through the skin. All those methods require CBD to be broken down before it gets released into the bloodstream. The amount of CBD that your body can use after metabolizing CBD in the liver and gut determines the product’s bioavailability.

Here’s a short explanation of how different consumption methods affect CBD oil’s strength.

Oral Consumption

Whether through gummies, honey sticks, or capsules, Swallowing CBD offers the lowest bioavailability because it passes through your digestive system before reaching the bloodstream. Oral products can be useful if you’re looking for steady and long-lasting effects because it lasts for up to 8 hours.

Sublingual Use

Sublingual use refers to products like CBD oils or spray. When you apply CBD under the tongue, it absorbs through the mucous membrane after holding it for 30 to 60 seconds before swallowing. Sublingual products have higher bioavailability than oral forms; they kick in faster and will also hang around with you for 4–6 hours.

Inhalation

Inhalation, through smoking or vaping, offers the highest bioavailability of all consumption methods since your lungs contain many blood vessels designed to absorb gases. As a result, this method produces a faster and stronger effect, but its duration is shorter-lived, usually lasting up to 4 hours.

Topical Application

The bioavailability of topical CBD products depends on the formula you use. Standard topicals like lotions, creams, and bath bombs don’t absorb into your bloodstream at all, but since your ski also has endocannabinoid receptors, you can still benefit from topical application.

However, CBD transdermal patches use a different mechanism of action. If you leave it for a few hours, the CBD will slowly work its way through the skin and reach the bloodstream, potentially making it the strongest delivery method of all.

What CBD Oil Strength Should I Use?

Much as we’d love to give you a simple answer, choosing the right strength for your situation is more complicated. Research on CBD is in an early stage right now, so this is not an exact science. That being said, there are a few things you can do to determine what CBD will be effective in your case.

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Your Weight Matters for the Strength of CBD Oil

This is true for all health supplements that you take. That’s why our CBD oils for pets are roughly half as potent as our low-strength 1200 mg CBD oil. So if you’re a big bruiser, you may want to start at a higher CBD strength than if you’re a lightweight user.

CBD Can Take Time to Work

Another thing to keep in mind when choosing the strength of your CBD oil is that not all of its effects can be noticed right away. While some people report significant improvements on first use, many others find that the positive effects of CBD creep up on them after, say, 2 weeks of consistent consumption.

That’s the reason we advise our customers to start slow. As you probably have noticed, a low-strength CBD oil is also a cheaper one, so if you find it beneficial for your health, then it can be helpful for your budget, too. Try taking a low CBD oil strength every morning and evening, keep a dosage log, monitor your body’s response, and gradually increase the dose if necessary.

Establishing the Best CBD Routine with Different Strengths of CBD Oil

Last but not least, you should establish a CBD routine that will help you get the most out of your supplementation. Consumers pick different CBD strengths because they use CBD for different reasons. For example, an individual who takes CBD for daily support of the endocannabinoid system will probably benefit from lower strengths than a person whose goal is to alleviate strong physical discomfort.

Daily CBD for General Support

As mentioned earlier, the best way to maintain a daily CBD regimen is to incorporate it into your existing routine. For example, if you take supplements every morning, you can add CBD capsules to the set. Or, if you want to balance the stimulating effects of your morning coffee, try adding a few drops of CBD oil for a smoother vibe.

CBD for Post-Workout Recovery

If you work out every day or have a particularly demanding physical activity like a hiking trip or home repair, you might want to opt for stronger CBD oils to aid in recovery. In addition, joint and muscle aches can be alleviated with CBD oils or topicals. Therefore, the difference in CBD strengths is an important factor when choosing a product to suit your lifestyle.

CBD for Sleep

Being exposed to many stimuli throughout the day can also place a lot of burden on your mind, negatively affecting your circadian rhythm. Maintaining normal sleep patterns is paramount for your well-being, so if you have difficulty getting a restful night, our high-strength CBD oil or CBD gummies could lend a hand. In addition, higher doses of CBD have sedative-like effects because they temporarily lower blood pressure; they can also take the edge off your stress.

Ask Your Doctor About Different CBD Oil Strengths

We can only provide general information about CBD oil strengths. The truth is, you know yourself better than anyone else so that a little trial-and-error will be inevitable.

Fortunately, you can reach out to health professionals who have some experience in using CBD. Consulting a doctor is also a good idea if you want to avoid potentially negative interactions with certain medications. For example, CBD interacts with many pharmaceutical substances because it uses the same group of enzymes to reach the bloodstream.

Final Thoughts: Which CBD Oil Strength Is the Best for You?

Choosing between different strengths of CBD oils can be a hard nut to crack. CBD comes in different forms, all each affects your body’s response differently. Once you’ve made up your mind on the format, take a moment to map out your goals with CBD, as this is another paramount factor for your final decision.

From there, make sure you know how much CBD is in the bottle and a single serving. Doing so will help you decide if your supplementation with a particular strength will be cost-effective in the long run.

If you want to grasp different CBD strengths better, spend some time researching the studies examining the efficacy of specific dosages on larger groups of people.

What CBD strength do you use in your routine? Do you prefer lower concentrations or buy CBD only if it has upwards of 1000 mg per bottle? Let us know in the comment section!

Understanding CBD Oil Strength: A Complete Guide

CBD oil is an increasingly popular therapeutic supplement in the UK. According to a recent survey data , almost 6 million British people have tried CBD. And, 1.3 million use the popular wellness product daily.

With the surging popularity, you might want to try it for yourself! Yet, it’s good to be cautious. Like any compound, CBD has different effects on different people—and in different concentrations.

What’s the best way to get the effects you want from CBD? One step to take is to determine the right CBD oil strength for you.

In this guide, you’ll discover how CBD oil works, what options are available, and how to find the right concentration. Read on, and learn to make smart CBD choices.

How Does CBD Oil Support Wellbeing?

CBD is cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is an active compound in cannabis, a plant initially native to Asia. Today, botanists derive CBD oil from hemp.

CBD does not have psychoactive effects. Instead, people seek out CBD for its therapeutic impact.

Endocannabinoid System

The human nervous has many neurotransmitters and receptors. Some of these receptors are cannabinoid receptors.

The endocannabinoid system in our body interfaces these receptors to our endocrine system. Studies have determined this system works to regulate involuntary physiological processes, including:

  • Mood
  • Tactile sensation
  • Memory
  • Appetite

When THC molecules in cannabis plants bind to the receptors, it impacts those physiological processes. This binding has many effects, including the euphoric feeling of “getting high.”

However, research has determined that CBD molecules do not bind to the receptors. Instead, CBD compounds modulate the receptors . This alters how the receptors communicate with the endocrine system.

Thus, CBD affects our bodies’ central nervous system and endocrine system in ways scientists are still discovering. While it cannot get you high, it is this interfacing that enables CBD compounds to support wellbeing.

Types of CBD Oil

Before buying CBD oil, know that there are three types. In the United Kingdom, botanists categorize these oils as follows:

  • Purified CBD oil
  • Mono-spectrum CBD with terpenes
  • API-grade CBD

Each type of oil is processed differently. This can grant different therapeutic effects.

Purified CBD Oil

Growers extract purified CBD oil precisely. The process cleanly cuts away almost all other molecules and compounds from the final substance.

To purify the CBD, growers target the hemp plant. Then, they begin the extraction process.

First, they extract the compound with a carbon dioxide process. Then, they distil what’s left by steaming. After that, the compound undergoes carbon and lipid extraction.

To ensure purity, growers repeat this process multiple times.

Purified CBD oil is almost entirely CBD. A very small percentage of other cannabinoid molecules may still mix with the oil. This mixture is unlikely to impact the effects of the CBD oil on your body.

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Mono-Spectrum CBD With Terpenes

Mono-spectrum CBD with terpenes is much less purified. Other Cannabinoid molecules are included in this mixture. Mono-spectrum CBD oils typically include some CBC, CBN, CBG, and CBD-A molecules.

Terpenes are non-cannabinoid compounds in hemp. Instead, they’re aromatic hydrocarbons. These hydrocarbons are responsible for plant fragrances.

Terpenes do more than improve the smell of CBD oil. They mediate the therapeutic effects of CBD on the endocannabinoid system. Terpenes also impact physical systems directly.

Scientists call the dual effects of terpenes and CBD “entourage effects.” Some have been well documented, while others are unstudied.

These entourage effects alter the therapeutic impact of CBD oil. For some people, the alteration makes CBD oil more tolerable and effective, even at lower strengths.

For others, the alteration is unpleasant. It is wise to consider how you have reacted to similar substances before choosing CBD with terpenes.

API-Grade CBD

API-grade CBD is similar to purified CBD. But, for API-grade CBD, growers push the purification process further. They refine the CBD until the molecules crystalize.

The crystallization discards all non-CBD compounds to the greatest extent possible. As a result, API-grade CBD is the purest option on the market. Less than 0.05% of API-grade CBD compound is anything other than CBD.

When considering the strength of your CBD oil, check its purity as well. Purer oils will have more predictable effects, regardless of potency.

Safe Dosage: What Does MHRA UK Say?

MHRA UK has not released an official statement on the safest strength or dosage options for non-medical CBD use.

CBD oils that are used to treat medical conditions must be classified as medicines. Those products are subject to MHRA regulations .

That said, for many, CBD products are not medicine by MHRA standards. Instead, most people take CBD as a supplement to improve overall wellbeing.

World Health Organization Input

The World Health Organization has released some strength guidelines for people who wish to take CBD.

In the same 2018 report, WHO notes that CBD is typically “well-tolerated,” and it’s safe for most people, regardless of dose.

Typical CBD Strength Options (Oil)

CBD strength is measured in milligrams per millilitre. That tells you how many milligrams of active CBD compound are in one millilitre of oil. Before you buy CBD oil, calculate the potency of your purchase.

Calculate CBD Strength

CBD UK bottles are typically 15mL. So, to determine the strength of a 100mg CBD oil in a size 15mL bottle, you divide the two measurements. That looks like this:

1mL serving has 6.67mg CBD. This is a CBD potency of 6.67%. Typically, experts consider oil under 10% CBD low potency.

Start Small

It’s wise to start with the lowest possible dose whenever you start a new supplement or compound.

If this dosage still seems high, dilute your CBD oil with another oil, like coconut oil. This dilution lets you ingest less CBD in one go.

Remember that CBD oil is not water-soluble. You can’t dilute it in water. You can use a smaller dropper, like a 0.25mL dropper, to select a smaller dose without diluting.

The lowest concentration of CBD available on the market is, typically, a 300mg/60mL tincture. This contains only a 5% concentration of CBD.

Manufacturers typically consider the following sizes low-strength:

  • 300mg/60mL
  • 300mg/30mL
  • 600mg/60mL

These sizes contain 10% CBD or less. This is a popular daily dose for those who want to supplement a healthy lifestyle.

It’s wise to start with the lowest viable dose. That said, you may need a higher dose to get the results you want.

Medium Potency (11%-30%)

Moderate-strength tinctures contain CBD at a concentration of 11%-30%. So, most consumers consider a 600mg/30mL oil to be moderately strong. That nets you 20mg CBD per serving.

Manufacturers typically consider the following sizes to be medium-strength:

  • 300mg/15mL
  • 600mg/30mL
  • 600mg/50mL
  • 1000mg/50mL
  • 1000mg/60mL

People who want to feel less overwhelmed may seek out medium-strength CBD oil. Medium-strength CBD oil has therapeutic, analgesic properties . This can help people tolerate strenuous physical demands.

Strong Potency (31%-60%)

Strong tinctures contain CBD at a concentration of 31%-60%. This is often the highest potency product you’d see on the shelf.

Most consumers consider 1000mg/30mL to be a strong dose. That gets you 33mg CBD per serving. Manufacturers typically consider the following sizes to be strong:

  • 1000mg/30mL
  • 2000mg/50mL
  • 2000mg/60mL

Generally, people seek out CBD at this potency for specific therapeutic effects. Strong CBD may maintain a healthy sleep cycle, improve your cognition and awareness, or cultivate a sense of balance.

Stronger CBD products have a significant impact on neuro-biological substrates . Scientists are still studying these effects.

Botanists recommend you only use strong CBD if you are heavier than average and seek specific therapeutic effects. They do not recommend strong CBD for daily use.

Ultra-Strong Potency (60%+)

Ultra-strong tinctures are not often sold in dispensaries. These vials contain CBD at concentrations of 60% or higher.

Typically, people seek ultra-strong CBD oils after they’ve built up a tolerance to more common oil strengths. Manufacturers typically consider the following sizes to be ultra-strong:

  • 1000mg/15mL
  • 2000mg/15mL
  • 2000mg/30mL

Ultra-strong CBD oil has similar therapeutic effects as strong CBD oil. The difference is, ultra-strong CBD continues to provide wellness after your body builds up a tolerance to strong CBD.

Metabolic tolerance counteracts the wellness effects.

CBD Oil Strength: Personal Considerations

CBD has a different impact on different bodies. It’s important to factor in your weight and biochemistry when deciding on the right dose of CBD for you. Here are some ways to unpack these factors.

The more a person weighs, the higher CBD dosage they’ll want to take to benefit from its therapeutic effects . Metabolism is one element that affects how a body takes in CBD.

Many different botanists argue for weight-based calculations. The most popular equations are:

  • Low therapeutic effect: [(Your body weight in kg)/10] x 2 = (best CBD strength in mg)
  • Medium therapeutic effect: [(Your body weight in kg)/10] x 7 = (best CBD strength in mg)
  • Strong therapeutic effect: [(Your body weight in kg)/10] x 13 = (best CBD strength in mg)

So, a person who weighs about 68kg, who wants a strong therapeutic effect from CBD, would calculate like this:

They would take 88.4mg of CBD.

But, note that other growers recommend different calculations. Another equation encourages you to multiply your weight in pounds by 0.25. A 150-pound person, then, would take 37.5mg of CBD.

Biochemistry

Your biochemistry impacts how CBD will affect you. The important things to know about your biochemistry are:

  • Do you have a high CBD tolerance?
  • Do you take any other medications or supplements?
  • Are you neurodivergent in any way?
  • Do you have a fast or slow metabolism?
  • Please talk to your doctor before taking any CBD supplements.

If you are neurodivergent in some way, start with a lower dose of CBD than a typical person. You can always increase the strength if you find no negative effect at low strength.

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