CBD (short for Cannabidiol) is one of the most studied cannabinoids, second only to THC. Largely non-psychoactive, it provides numerous health benefits without THC’s intoxicating effects. CBD may promote restful sleep, support normal cartilage and joint function, relieves occasional nausea, enhances relaxation, and more. We recommend consulting scientific publications, government resources, and your practitioner for more information on CBD’s benefits.
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CBD is rapidly gaining attention as a wellness supplement, but there is still a lot of confusion surrounding it. We created this CBD dosage guide in hopes of helping our customers figure out where to begin with our CBD supplements. This article and information on our website is not intended to provide medical information and our products are not intended to cure or treat any disease. If you suspect you may have a serious illness, please consult a medical professional.
What dose of CBD should I take?
A number of factors determine your ideal CBD dosage. This can include your weight, metabolism, and genetics among others. Because each individual’s endocannabinoid system is unique, some people only need a small amount of CBD to receive their desired benefits, while others may require much higher doses to experience the same effects. If this is your first time trying CBD, we recommend starting with a small dose of only 5-10mg and increasing it later if desired. CBD can take time to work, so wait up to 2 hours before ingesting another dose.
Remember this rule of thumb: you can always take more, you can never take less.
If you think the CBD is too expensive on CTFO, be careful if you buy elsewhere. There is a lot of good companies out there with similar pricing, but a lot of bad ones too.
Here are some buying tips.
1) Make sure the CBD is from the hemp plant and not marijuana plant.
2) Buy only CBD from US manufacturers.
3) It should be pure CBD with some flavoring for taste.
4) They should show the testing stats for you to review so you know what's in it.
From CTFO: Why would hemp (instead of marijuana) be grown for cannabidiol (CBD)?
Industrial hemp is already rich in CBD and naturally low in THC, whereas most marijuana is just the opposite (high THC, low CBD). Our industrial hemp is considered Cannabis sativa L., although we have developed our own unique cultivars of this particular type of industrial hemp.
Through a combination of these unique cultivars, advanced plant genetics, and cutting-edge growing techniques, an exceptionally high percentage of CBD can be produced naturally and consistently in the hemp plant. When CBD-rich hemp oil is extracted from these hemp cultivars—which can be grown in dozens of countries and imported to the USA legally—it doesn’t make legal or practical sense to obtain CBD from marijuana.
CBD oil From Positive Choice Hypnotherapy
What Are The Side Effects Of CBD Oil? Here’s What You Need To Know
CBD IS SAFE, BUT RESEARCH BEFORE YOU BUY & USE
Overall, we found that scientists and doctors consider CBD oil to be safe for most people to use, and there are few, if any, serious side effects.
While everyone has their own unique body chemistry, it seems like the vast majority of people can ingest CBD oil without ever feeling any unpleasant side effects at all, and the remaining few will mostly likely experience only minor symptoms like stomach upset or dry mouth. Since scientists are using pure extracts from known sources, it’s likely that some consumer reports of headaches or other minor adverse reactions could be due to impurities in inferior CBD products.
As always, you should closely research the products you buy, and consult with a medical expert if you have any doubt about the best or safest way to use CBD oil.
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Kim Depenbrok, CCHt, CRP, Certified Hypnotherapist in Santa Clarita
Certified Reiki Healing Practitioner
818-554-1789 24509 Walnut St.
Newhall/Santa Clarita Valley/Valencia, CA
And surrounding areas.
Copy and paste the link below. Signup as an Associate, it is free. Look at the attached to see which strength is right for you, then follow the directions below. All products are natural CBD from the US.
The 300 mg has less than .03THC. The THC goes up with a higher dose. Please note: If you take a lot of the oil you can show up as positive for THC on a drug test.
If you don't want any THC in your product CTFO has just released a new product without THC.
If you don't see any results after using your first order of CBD you can return it for a full refund.
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How to take CBD Oil
For all strengths- Give the CBD time to work. If you increase do it slowly.
Start with 5 drops under your tongue 2 x times per day for 1 to 3 days. Hold it under your tongue for at least 30-90 seconds. If your pain stops or your condition improves then take the 5 drops 2x per day going forward.
If your pain isn’t gone or you haven’t improved, bump up slowly to 10 drops under your tongue, 2 x times per day. Hold it under your tongue for at least 30-90 seconds. If your pain stops or you have improved then take the 10 drops 2x per day going forward.
If your pain isn’t gone or you haven’t improved then bump up to 15 drops under your tongue. Hold it under your tongue for at least 30-90 seconds. If your pain stops then take the 15 drops 2x per day going forward.
You can take up to 20 drops per day 2 times per day. But do it slowly. You can spread the dosage out over the day. 20 drops 2 times per day can be broken up through-out the day.
If you are still having issues you can purchase the stronger bottle direct from CTFO. Follow the instructions above.
If you don’t like the taste you can put a few drops of Agave, or a mint or other flavoring under your tongue along with the CBD drops.
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