CBD DOSAGE. How Much CBD Should I Take?
What is the best cbd dose to take for my needs? When taking your CBD, there is no one size fits all. No easy to determine dosage for every single person. Each person is different. Each person will react to the CBD Oils differently. At Citrus Green CBD, we have advice and tips we have collected from experts in the industry. 1st hand experience. And, many happy customers giving us feedback. We have taken all this data to come up with a guide for you to use when determining what is the best CBD Oil Dose for you.
Please note we are readily available to answer any questions or queries you may have DM us. We genuinely hope to help you in finding your perfect dose, whatever your requirements.
Whether its for sports excellence. Daily life management. Or, as part of an overall healthy lifestyle.
START LOW, GO SLOW
Quick Read –
- Low MG CBD Oil:
Start small and increase gradually. Give it time. Start with a low recommended dosage for your weight/need. Increase dose 1–5 milligrams if needed.
- CBD Dosage Guide / Table:
Guide to show CBD mg recommendations for weight & need.
- CBD Strengths / Delivery Method:
CBD Oil strength varies from each bottle to bottle. It varies depending on your preferred method to take. Orally, 30 mins to take effects last 2-4 hours. Vaping for rapid impact lasts less than 45 mins.
Low CBD Oil Dose
Start Small. Then (if needed) Increase Your Quantity Slowly.
It’s usually best to start with smaller amounts when you first begin your CBD regimen. Then start working your way up gradually until you achieve the desired results. Different users may react differently. It depends on their weight, metabolism, and the ailment they are managing. Users can adjust their daily CBD dosage accordingly.
Give it time. Start with a lower recommended dose for your weight and goals. If you don’t notice positive effects, within 3–7 days, increase the dose by 1–5 milligrams. Repeat this step until you find your optimal dose. Do not to exceed recommended amounts.
CBD Dose Table
|Severity of managements||45 -68 kg||68 -90 kg||90 – 115kg|
|Low||5-10 milligrams||10-15 milligrams||10-20 milligrams|
|Medium||10-15 milligrams||15-20 milligrams||20-30 milligrams|
|High||15-30 milligrams||20-40 milligrams||30-40 milligrams|
|Very High||30-40+ milligrams||40-50+ milligrams||40-60+ milligrams|
Different CBD Dose Different Delivery
The CBD Oil strength varies from one bottle to another bottle and delivery method, what to focus on is the total amount of mg, milligrams, of CBD per day you want/need to take.
The following table should help to assist you in deciding which CBD Strength & which way to take
|Delivery Method||pros||cons||time of onset||duration of effect||recommended if.|
|Ingestible (E.g. edibles; capsules; oil drops; drink powders)||Convenient; Discreet; Doesn’t harm the lungs||Slow to take effect||30-60 minutes||2-4 hours||Consider discretion a top priority and/or want more control over dosage|
|Smokables (E.g. Vapes; flower)||Fast acting; Easy to use; Social; Familiar||Non-discreet; Smoking/Vaping are illegal in many public settings; Can feel harsh on the lungs||Instant||45 minutes-1 hours||Are trying to quit cigarettes or need fast-acting relief|
|Topicals (E.g. Lotions; balms; gels)||Can be applied directly to affected area; Bypasses liver metabolism; Long-lasting; Can be worked into daily hygiene routine||Slow to take effect||Varies widely due to factors like hair growth and amount of fatty tissue||Typically, 5+ hours||Experiencing local pain of the skin or joints or into body care in general.|
|Transdermal Patches||Longest lasting effects; Bypasses liver metabolism; Steady release of CBD into the bloodstream||May take hours to feel effects||Varies depending on amount of fatty tissue and hair on the skin||1-2 days||Have chronic pain or will go a long period of time where the other delivery methods aren’t available|
CBD Taken Orally
When you ingest CBD, it passes through the digestive tract. Here it’s assimilated into the bloodstream & from there it travels everywhere within the body.
Time-frame: This is the most delayed route for CBD to reach its targets, but also the most prolonged period that it’s active. Peak bloodstream levels are anywhere between 1-6 hours — best for long-term supplementation.
Oral – Sublingual (under your tongue) or Buccal (inside of the cheek)
Types: CBD oil, tinctures
CBD travels into your bloodstream, through capillary-rich areas underneath the tongue, along the gums and cheek. From here, it avoids first-pass metabolism and sent throughout the body.
Time-frame: This route gets CBD into your bloodstream faster than swallowing. Under the tongue (sublingual) is generally quicker than against the cheek (buccal). However, because most of the CBD absorbed, peak bloodstream levels range from 0.5 – 5 hours.
When you inhale CBD, it passes to the lungs where it transfers into your bloodstream. Inhaling avoids the first-pass effect. CBD, when taken orally, is reduced before it reaches the system.
Time-frame: This is the most immediate way to get CBD circulating through your system. But it also is valid for the shortest period. Peak bloodstream levels are within 10 minutes.
CBD Topicals / CBD Creams
Types: Creams, lotions
Topical CBD diffuses across your skin and reaches local targets. Muscles, inflammatory cells, and pain-perceiving nerves. Very little, if any, enters the bloodstream. Unless for transdermal activity.
Time-frame: Varies, depending on the target.
That should help you on your journey into CBD Oils. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to DM or email us we will always be happy to help.
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This content is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice. It is not to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals for specific health questions. The information presented on this page is intended to serve only as an informational guide – a starting point of reference – and should never be considered medical advice.