As the reasons for why people take CBD vary, some take a bit less, others a bit more per serving. At Good Hemp, our recommendation is that no matter what you end up doing, you don’t exceed a maximum daily intake of more than 70 mg.
Please don’t apply CBD directly to the affected area at first. While it has anti-inflammatory properties, it may aggravate already clogged pores. Start by taking 20 mg per day under the tongue, until you start to see the skin clearing. Then, begin to use a topical solution with CBD directly on the skin, while you’re still ingesting the same amount orally. Fingers crossed you’ll see some great results in the mirror!
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Whether for pain and inflammation management, anxiety, depression or something else, you now know all about the different ways that CBD can improve your life. All you need now is a reliable supplier to go on the journey with you.
There is no magic dosage of CBD oil to take that will cure depression. It can only help with symptom management as far as we know at this stage. If you’re prone to depression, our recommendation is to try taking anywhere from 40 to 70 mg per day. Consume a set dose in the morning when you wake up, and then again in the evening. Increase consumption by 10 mg each week, until you notice the desired effects.
While large-scale studies are pending, a 2011 study showed signs of promise for the use of CBD with social anxiety disorder. The study involved a larger-than-average dose, but even so, our recommendation is to stick to no more than 70 mg per day to stay safe.
(the above dosage calculator numbers are approximations and highly subjective due to the nature of CBD consumption – always consult with your doctor for medical advice and to check for drug interactions, as there may be side effects)
There’s a reason some people swear by one brand and another has no success with it – we are all made differently and our bodies have had their own unique experiences and history with substances, vitamin supplements, and medications.
Calculating your CBD dose
It’s understandable why many people want exact dosage recommendations when it comes to the use of CBD. While the Blessed CBD team hopes this guide truly helps you (and gives you peace of mind), remember that your measurements don’t have to be super exact. The effects of cannabidiol will always vary from person to person, so please be patient with the process.
The short answer is the MHRA and FDA (Food and Drug Administration), at the writing of this article, hasn’t recommended a daily amount for the consumption of CBD, meaning that CBD doesn’t have an official serving size.
The most popular and best way to consume oil is using a CBD tincture. Unfortunately, these are the trickier types of CBD products to accurately measure. While knowing your ideal dosage is critical, being unable to accurately measure it makes that information quite useless.