420 with CNW — How to Determine CBD Serving Sizes

February 11, 2021 16:31:20

Wise users of CBD try to be as exact as they possibly can when it comes to CBD doses. However, users should keep in mind that since cannabinoids are plants, they may tend go a little overboard if they don’t focus on the results of the quantity taken instead of the number of milligrams in a dose. In addition, with wide variability also being considered, it’s safe to assume that the dose for one product may not be as effective as a similar dose of another product.

Users who are just starting out with cannabinoids, or CBD, or who are trying out a new product, keeping a few things in mind could make the experience better and safe. Users should begin with a small dose before they increase it to a reasonable serving, if need be. Half a drop or a full drop may be a good start. Users can then monitor the results. If there is no results, users can then increase the serving size by a small amount. Following this process should help identify a correct dose that works and produces the desired results.

While it may be difficult to determine a solution’s dose, it may be even more challenging when a user has a specific flower or bud in a cigarette or pipe. Precisely knowing the amount of product that is used in various buds during inhalation is hard because of the wide range of variability.

One good way to determine the correct dose is for users to carefully monitor themselves. Note how they are feeling and responding in order to obtain the results they anticipate.

The same approach should be used for vaping. There’s a lot of variables, which range from how long a person inhales or how long an individual holds smoke in their body. For instance, two users can be vaping in similar situations, but one may inhale for a longer period than the other, resulting in different rates of absorption. Of course, the CBD absorption across the lung membranes may differ. This means that there will be no similar dosage per inhalation even when different individuals use the same vape.

With regard to edibles, one may be able to estimate the number of milligrams in one serving.

However, the most important bit to keep in mind when trying to determine a serving size or dose is to monitor how a user feels. Users need to note that other variables, including stress and anxiety, may also affect how they feel each day, so the result from a specific dosage may vary from day to day and situation to situation.

Taking some time to recognize how product works in the body is very beneficial in helping users identify a dose that works for them. And of course involving medical providers in the journey of using CBD or any cannabis product is highly recommended.

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