Take two (2) for pain. Take three (3) for anxiety. If you suffer fom a specific aliment, take four (4).
But it doesn’t work that way.
The right dosage depends on several factors: body weight & chemistry just to name two (2). But keep in mind, everyone is different. Even if you Google “how many cbd gummies should I eat?” there will be as many comments as there are questions. It’s because there really isnt a universal answer.
There are three main types of CBD: Full-spectrum, Broad-spectrum and CBD Isolate. Full-spectrum contains CBD along with terpenes, flavonoids and less than 0.3% of THC. Broad-spectrum CBD is similar to it’s full-spectrum counterpart; the only difference it contains trace amounts of THC. CBD Isolate is pure CBD – nothing more or less. It occurs in the form of a crystalline powder which is then infused into a variety of different tinctures, oils, vapes and of course gummies.
Knowing the three main types of CBD will help you make a decision on which KIND of CBD gummies you’d like to try. Full-spectrum is the most effective according to scientific studies. They are more predictable in terms of determining the effective dose.
Using your weight is a good starting point. You can adjust the number to your optimal dosage. You can calculate the dose by taking 1-5 mg per ten (10) pounds of body weight; divide your weight by ten (10) and you’ll get a milligram you can start with. The best way to take a CBD gummy is to start with a lower dose and gradually increase.
Gummies are just about the best way to ingest CBD. They do come with a predetermined dose of CBD per servings. They are especially good if you want to embrace the relaxation side of using CBD. And they are SAFE, IF you buy them from a reputable source (Open Leaf CBD). It’s also impossible to overdose on CBD – it doesn’t interfere with your brain that controls your respiratory function.
SO how many gummies should you take? If you decide to use your body weight to help determine your “sweet spot” of a dose, don’t get discouraged if it takes a few times to get YOUR correct dosage. Remember, consistency is key!!