Many consumers that are using CBD Oil are not clear on the measurement factors that pertain to CBD oil, and finding out how many mg in ml of CBD is in the tincture can get tricky. Converting potency from mg/g to % Since we went live in October 2018, many customers have become familiar with flower potencies being listed as percentage values. With the revised regulations,
Guide for How Many mg in ml of Full Spectrum CBD
Many consumers that are using CBD Oil are not clear on the measurement factors that pertain to CBD oil, and fnding out how many mg in ml of CBD is in the tincture can get tricky. If you can understand how many mg in ml of CBD is in your tincture then you’ll be able to justify the cost to strength of CBD.
Most CBD oil users will consume CBD oil by using it under the tongue or smoking the CBD. The only differences are that potency in tincture sizes and flowers are different across brands and plants. One of the most frequently asked questions by patients is “How many mg in a ml serving of CBD Oil?” Each bottle or product will have its own directions and mg serving and it’s important to understand how that mg serving translates to a dropper that measures in millilitres.
Why mg in ml of CBD doesn’t match on supplement facts
Most CBD products will have different serving information on the supplement facts due to the hemp extract content. Some brands will provide the exact CBD mg in ml serving size, but other may have different ingredients. In some cases hemp extract also includes CBG, and CBDa which can effect the milligrams to millilitres ratio for CBD extract.
CBD dosage guide: not safe
Currently, CBD products are not yet regulated by the FDA which means no official dosing guidelines have been released for CBD Oil. Most vendors and brands will provide the best practices and the general rules of thumb you can use. CBD dosage guides exist all over the internet, but these should be treated with a grain of salt because no one knows the real guidelines. In this article, we’ll discuss how many mg in a ml so that you can decide the serving size and concentration of CBD content you’d like to use.
Calculating how many mg in a ml of liquid
For any size bottle: Divide the CBD rating weight (example 200mg ) by the size of the container (example 10ml bottle ), the answer is the CBD concentration strength per ML [20mg CBD per ml].
Here’s a breakdown of the approximate strengths of one of the products we offer:
1500 mg • 30 ml (50mg CBD per mL)
Divide 1500 by 30, and you find there’s 50mg per dropper.
How many mg in a drop of CBD oil?
Each product is different, but it all relies on the how many millilitres (ml) is the bottle and how many total milligrams (mg) of CBD is in the bottle. Once you have this key information then you can calculate how many drops in a ml by considering the following:
1ml = 20 drops (A full dropper)
So, let’s assume you’re using Canniatric Full Spectrum CBD Oil – 1500 MG which is a 30ml bottle and contains 1500mg of CBD.
First, we find out how many mg in a ml by dividing 1500mg of CBD by 30ml
This shows that there is 50 mg of CBD per millilitre or one dropper full.
It may look and sound very confusing, but if you read through this carefully and apply some logic, it might not be as complicated as it seems.
At the end of the day, it’s all about finding the right dosage that works for you.
Converting potency from mg/g to %
Since we went live in October 2018, many customers have become familiar with flower potencies being listed as percentage values.
With the revised regulations, all new categories must display the potency/concentration in milligrams per gram (mg/g) or total quantity in milligrams (mg), depending on the class of cannabis and immediate container. Another label change to note is that cannabis oil sprays (and any cannabis extract in a container with an integrated dispensing mechanism) will display the total THC & CBD per activation in milligrams. Oils will change from mg/ml to mg/g – a basic conversion is nearly one to one (the determined density of grams to volume is 0.93 g/ml).
Existing categories (dried flower, oils and capsules) have been given a 12-month grace period to allow suppliers time to transition to comply with new labelling requirements, so customers should expect some variation and exceptions during this time.
What does this mean for customers?
Flower and pre-roll products will be the biggest change, but the conversion method from mg/g to % is easy once known:
Simply move the decimal point one spot to the left to figure out the percentage of THC or CBD.
For example, if the flower is listed as 200mg/g of THC then it will contain 20% THC. Here’s how the formula works: There are 1000mg in a gram, so first we divide the mg/g and then we multiply it by 100 to get a percentage:
200mg/1000mg (1g) = 0.20
For reference, here are some common potencies in both mg/g and their % equivalent:
All products will feature their net weight in grams, with the exception of beverages, where the volume must be represented in milligrams.