CBD Oil Drops Dosage

PURE CBD 250MG

PURE CBD 750MG

PURE CBD 1500MG

How Much CBD Oil Should I Take?

What happens if you take too much CBD?

The most likely thing that will happen is just a more potent and relaxing CBD session. There is a good chance you may feel tired if you go over 100 mg, but this isn’t a guarantee, and no harm comes from this side effect.

 

If your body isn’t used to taking CBD, throwing a lot at it can make your stomach upset. This is a normal biological response whenever something foreign enters the body the first few times, and once the stomach realizes CBD isn’t an irritant, nausea should pass.

CBD is a known inhibitor of CYP450 enzymes

This is the one side effect of concern and it only applies when taking a prescription drug metabolized in the liver. CBD inhibits CYP450 enzymes. Kale and turmeric can inhibit these same enzymes, along with grapefruit, red wine, and St John’s Wort.

When you inhibit CYP enzymes, you risk delaying the breakdown of drugs metabolized in the liver — about 50% of prescription pharmaceutical. By delaying their breakdown you raise their potency.

This is the one side effect of concern, and it only applies when taking a hepatic drug (metabolized in the liver).

What dosing with CBD looks like?

There are so many ways people use CBD, and much of it comes down to personal preference and experimenting around to find what best works.

You can apply CBD in a number of ways, with different dosages for different medical conditions and it can really make your head spin. So let’s break it down in simple steps.

Use these steps as jumping-off points and feel free to customize any step for better CBD therapy. How much CBD you take and when, really comes down to what works best for you.

If that’s 5 mg for preventive health, that’s wonderful. If it’s 30 mg multiple times a day, that’s just as awesome.

 

Step 1. If you’ve never used CBD before try our Full Spectrum Distillate Oil. This form offers a few extra benefits and makes up the bases for most other forms of CBD.

Step 2. Use our CBD dosage calculator and start in low dosing tier once or twice a day for the first week. Low tier = 0.022mg/lb or 0.05.mg/kg

Step 3. After week 1, feel free to increase your dose as needed. You can experiment by doubling or tripling your first-week dosage. You’ll likely find a certain amount were taking more CBD doesn’t really help that much more.

 

Pretty simple right! We recommend the oil form for first timers because when you hold it on or under your tongue for 30-60 seconds, you greatly speed up the rate when effects are felt.

This is great for judging how CBD is working for you. Plus, you can slowly increase your dose in small increments.

HOW MUCH CBD FOR ANXIETY, PAIN, EPILEPSY, AND MORE?

This is one of the most asked questions we get, and we have an easy answer.

After your first week using a low tier dose of CBD, you’ll have a much better idea of how CBD works and feels. From here, many with chronic health conditions will jump up to a medium tier dosage and find that it equally helps with their anxiety, inflammation, appetite, etc. A generic average dose is 15-30 mg a day.

If you’re looking to treat chronic insomnia that isn’t related to external sleep disturbances — like pain, mood, etc. — a strong tier dose is recommended.

For the average person, this is anywhere over 100 mg — if you describe yourself as petite or are on the shorter/skinner side, you may feel tired with doses lower than 100 mg.

Remember, unless you’re on dosage sensitive drug metabolized by CYP enzymes, you will likely not run into any side effects even when taking several hundred milligrams of CBD a day.

Does dosing change when using different versions of CBD?

Yes, and no. The amount of CBD you find works best for you will likely not change when jumping between tinctures, capsules, or edibles.

The tincture can absorb into the bloodstream through the mucous membrane of the mouth — this greatly speeds up CBD start time and looks like it increases its bioavailability.

The former advantage is why many go with tinctures. The latter works in principle, but most people don’t seem to notice an issue with their dosage when changing to a version that passes through the digestive tract first like capsules.

When it comes to choosing which CBD is right for you, it really comes down more to personal preference. So let’s see which of our CBDs works best for your needs.

Tinctures: FSO/BSO/ISO

If you want precision dosing and fast relief, you want the original and standard CBD oil. You may feel CBD working with 5-20 minutes, and you can easily dose at whatever amount you prefer — be it 1 mg or 73 mg.

 

Full Spectrum: Right off the bat, if you’ve never used CBD before and don’t consider yourself a very picky eater we recommend Full Spectrum Distillate CBD

Full spectrum dosing works like climbing stairs — take more, and you’ll feel more. With the next form, you have to hit within a dosing window, which is unique to you and this takes trial and error.

If you need to take a lot, grab a more concentrated version so you’re not consuming a lot of oil. Here is a chart to see how CBD is in each version.

 

HOW MANY MG IN A DROP OF CBD:

  • PurCBD 250 MG: 1 drop = 0.18 mg CBD
  • PurCBD 750 MG: 1 drop = 0.54 mg CBD
  • PurCBD 1500 MG: 1 drop = 1.08 mg CBD

 

Nano-enhanced CBD Isolate: Unlike full spectrum, CBD isolate doesn’t have the other molecules found in hemp that increase CBD’s bio-absorption.

We’ve nano-enhanced our CBD Isolate oil to improve CBD’s absorption in the body so unlike other isolates you have a much better chance at feeling CBD’s full effects.

It can still be tricky so we suggest full spectrum first because as long as you take enough, you’ll always feel it helping.

However, in rare cases, some people feel tired with full spectrum CBD at even with lower doses — the thought is they are more sensitive to one of the other phytocannabinoids in full spectrum.

 

Isolate provides you with two ways to avoid this:

  • First, you can just take CBD isolate on its own which is only CBD.
  • Second, you can boost the ratio of CBD to other cannabinoids by taking both isolate and full spectrum together.

 

Capsules

If you hate the taste of oils, capsules offer a great way for you to still enjoy CBD. Their biggest pro is they are flavorless and easy to take. A disadvantage is capsules will offer a one-size-fits-all dose at 15 mg per capsules.

But a majority of people don’t mind this at all and many find 15 mg and 30 mg perfect amounts for both mild and severe chronic conditions, respectively. In fact, this is why you see most CBD capsules on the market contain 15 mg a piece.

In our opinion, the only big negative is they can take up to an hour before providing relief. However, with an empty stomach, effects can be felt in just 30 minutes.

This is just like taking an over-the-counter medication in pill form, so most have no issues waiting up to an hour.

 

Topicals (CBD Skin Care)

Here’s where you can pretty much forget about how much CBD to take. Topicals will directly target the area they are applied to, and relief can happen within 10-20 minutes. Simply apply more CBD cream if needed.