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How Much CBD Oil Should I Take?

HOW MUCH CBD SHOULD I BE TAKING?

.One question that we asked again and
again is how much CBD oil should I be taking?
Well there is no straightforward answer to this, because it’ll depend on the results you're after, and of course your body will react differently to mine or anyone else’s body.  So don’t give up if you don’t get results straight away.
There is no ‘one size fits all’.
If you have decided to take CBDYou might have to experiment a bit with the frequency – how many times a day you take your CBD; with the amount that you’re taking, or the time of day
that you take your CBD oil.

With regards to the strength of CBD – if you’re taking it as a jelly or a tablet or
a gummy, you will see that on the box there are very clear instructions as to
how much CBD is contained within each jelly, gummy or tablet. It might say for
instance, 10 x 40mg tablets, so you know that each tablet has 10mg of CBD
inside.
However, with CBD oil it’s a different ball game. It’s very confusing. It confused us
for a while and it continues to confuse customers.
For example. If your CBD oil has arrived and it’s in one of those tiny bottles – those tiny bottles hold 10ml of oil. That equates to 200 drops. Not droppers or
pipettes full, 200 single drops. Let’s say it’s a 1000mg CBD oil. Divide the 1000
by 200 and the answer is 5. So each DROP contains 5mg of CBD. So to get a
serving of 10 mg, you will need 2 drops. And so it follows that for a 500mg CBD
oil, each drop will contain 2.5mg of CBD.

Start with the smallest amount – one drop of CBD oil, or one CBD gummy/jelly and see how much your symptoms ease. Then take it from there, increasing the dose over a few
days until you reach the desired result.

We hope this helps!
*CBD is a food supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure for disease. Please seek medical advice before taking.
Marchia & Vickie
'EVERYONE DESERVES TO LIVE THEIR BEST LIFE!
Using our high-grade CBD oil, CBD Gummies & Jellies, vitamins and supplements is not a way to cure disease. It’s recognition of the fact that our habits and diet may not support the healthy lifestyle we deserve.'

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