In studies, amounts vary from as low as 20 milligrams per day to up to 1,500 milligrams (mg) per day. The World Health Organization reports that dosages in clinical research studies typically range between 100 and 800 milligrams per day.
If this dose does not have the desired effect, try increasing in increments of 5mg each week until the desired amount is reached.
The type of CBD product you choose may depend on what you are trying to treat. If you are looking for general mood improvements, a dietary supplement might be a good option.
Is It Possible to Take Too Much?
Some dosages that have been used in research studies for different conditions include:
Mislabeling appears to be a fairly common problem with CBD products. In one study, 70% of the CBD products that were sold online contained significantly more of the psychoactive ingredient THC than the label indicated.
One 2020 review of studies found that participants showed improvements in anxiety levels after single doses of CBD ranging from 300 to 600 mg. Such results indicate that the CBD may hold promise as a treatment to alleviate symptoms of acute anxiety.
While further research is still needed, there is some evidence that CBD may have some beneficial mental health effects. These include:
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Hemp seed oil, Hemp paste (leaf and flower)
Vegetarian gastric acid-resistant capsule: hypromellose, gellan gum
Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18.
If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any medications or under medical supervision, please consult a doctor or healthcare professional before use.
Approximate dose per 1 serving: 10mg*
*Doses are calculated based on 3 drops per serving, each drop measuring 0.05ml
Jacob Hooy CBD 60 Capsules 10mg contains CBD (cannabidiol) which is an active substance found in hemp oil and is extracted from the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant.