FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CALCULATING THE DOSE
Apart from the quality and percentage of cannabinoids included in the different products, there are a large number of factors that affect the dose to be used by each person, such as:
- The weight
- The metabolism
- The diet
- The condition being treated.
- The severity of the disease.
- Tolerance to CBD
Next, we will provide some general guidelines on the recommended doses of CBD for different weight ranges, which we hope can serve as a guide to start with, since the rest of the factors are not so easy to adjust at a general level, because they depend on the needs of each person, their habits, etc ...
On the other hand, the level of tolerance to CBD is another important factor to take into account, especially if you have been or are a regular consumer of cannabis.
All of these factors should be considered, modified, and recorded as you work with the CBD dosage calculator.
Below we have put together a table of suggested dosage based on your weight and level of ailment. Take them as references or a starting point on which to increase or decrease the dose.
Here are some examples of drop dosage for different concentrations of CBD.
See dosage example for 5% CBD oil:
See dosage example for 10% CBD oil:
In case your oil has a higher or lower concentration, it would be as easy as applying math ... For example:
If your CBD oil has a concentration of 20%, use the table indicated for 10% CBD oil as a basis, and multiply the dose by two.
If, on the other hand, your CBD oil has a lower concentration, for example 2.5%, you could use the reference table for 5% CBD oil and divide the dose by two. < / p>
SIDE EFFECTS OF CBD
There are very few side effects associated with CBD (in any form). One of the only commonly reported problems is the tendency to experience some dry mouth after taking CBD.
Can you overdose on CBD?
It's almost impossible to overdose on CBD if you use it sensibly. The only repercussion a CBD user felt when taking an excessively high dose was a feeling of drowsiness. However, the tendency to want to sleep may not even be considered negative if you suffer from insomnia.
What do we consider an excessively high dose?
We would be talking about something like 50,000 milligrams of CBD in a day ... That is equivalent to multiplying by 100 the recommended consumption for the example of CBD oil at 5%.