So you’re ready to take the next step? Perfecto, lets go. You’re likely wondering how much CBD to take? How should you take it? When to take it? Have no fear, SILVARA is here. (We promise that’s the last terrible joke we’ll use in this post.) Each method of CBD delivery has its different benefits, which will affect what it can be used for and how often you’ll want to take it. In the same way that IcyHot doesn’t help with a headache, topical CBD creams won’t help with anxiety. We’ve put together a guide to help you determine your own cannabinoid treatment plan, one that fits your needs and goals – whether this is your first CBD experience or you’re a seasoned veteran.
CLARIFY YOUR NEED
CBD has an incredible variety of therapeutic properties. Knowing exactly what it is you hope to get out of it will help ensure that you get the product best suited for your needs.
Are you looking for muscle pain relief? Do you need emotional support?
Many people benefit from tracking their progress. A journal noting daily dosage and symptom improvement can help you better understand and judge the effectiveness of your CBD experience.
GETTING IT TO THE RIGHT PLACE
Getting the CBD where it needs to go is crucial. This should be pretty straightforward. If you’re looking for joint or muscle relief, topicals are best, otherwise the CBD needs to go through your bloodstream to reach its target. So, if you’re looking for brain, immune system, or support in other places, oral products are best (tinctures, edibles).
FINDING WHAT WORKS FOR YOU
Different methods work better for different people and are influenced by a variety of factors, so how you take your CBD and how much you take can vary greatly from person to person. We recommended starting slow and working your way up. Try a small dosage first, usually the lowest recommended dosage, and wait for the CBD to leave your system before trying a higher dose. This usually takes 6+ hours for oral formulas or tinctures. You could take a higher dosage sooner, but you’ll be feeling the effects of both doses.
The amount on each serving for CBD is the maximum amount that could be entering your body – most of that CBD will never enter your bloodstream. To ensure you’re getting your money’s worth, there are a few tricks you can try to ensure you get the full benefits.
- For oral tinctures, hold it under your tongue or swish for 30 seconds before swallowing.
- If you’re vaping, try experimenting with different inhalation techniques and make sure to hold before exhaling immediately.
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