Like THC, pure cure oil does not have “dosage guidelines”. In this way, CBD is treated more like a supplement.
Each CBD oil product will have a different dosage amount and a different percentage of CBD in each serving. Fortunately, all it takes is simple math and you can use these numbers (along with the recommended starting doses above) to calculate how much CBD oil to take to get the right amount. . Here’s how to do it.
CHECK THE CONCENTRATION
Concentration can be used to refer to the total amount or total level of CBD contained in a particular product. Concentration is primarily measured in milligrams and to determine the correct dose; you need to check the amount of CBD for each dose.
Your body weight plays an important role in determining how much CBD you need. Ideally, strong people may need to use the product in large doses to feel the effects, but skinny people may only need a little and the effects will be felt.
Below we have prepared a table with dosage recommendations based on your weight and severity of discomfort (pain level). Use these suggestions as a starting point and adjust your doses up or down accordingly.
|+ 11kg||12-20kg||21-38kg||39-68kg||68-108kg||+ 110kg|
|Nothing – Light||4.5 mg||6 mg||9 mg||12 mg||18 mg||22.5 mg|
|Among||6 mg||9 mg||12 mg||15 mg||22.5 mg||30 mg|
|serious||9 mg||12 mg||15 mg||18 mg||27 mg||45 mg|
TAKE NOTES OF YOUR DOSE
First read the CBD oil label to find dosage suggestions.
The label shows the amount of CBD (in milligrams) per dose. With this information, you can find the dose that works best for you. To help you with this, we will guide you through the calculation of your preferred dose of hypothetical CBD oil.
Below is the service size and amount of CBD per dose for our CBD oil hypothesis:
One dose: 10 drops Volume of dose: 25 mg
From this information we can write the following equivalents:
10 drops = 25 mg CBD
Let’s say you are a 90 pound man with mild pain. Your starting dose according to the table above would be 18 mg. Rather than taking too much too early, we can determine how much CBD is in each drop by dividing 25 by 10.
25 divided by 10 = 2.5
Each drop of CBD oil therefore contains 2.5 mg of CBD.
Now we can take the starting dose from the tablet (18 mg) and divide it by 2.5 mg to find out how many drops we need.
18 divided by 2.5 = 7.2
It takes 7.2 drops to deliver 18 mg of CBD. If the number after a decimal point is five or more, it is better to dial up rather than down.
To find the right dose for your situation, we strongly recommend that you start small. Remember, the smaller the amount of medication you can take to relieve your symptoms, the better.
Try a certain dose for three days to give your body time to react to the medicine. Adjust the dose up or down accordingly over the next three days.
If you experience any discomfort following a dose, reduce it immediately the next time you take CBD oil. You can always build yourself up gradually from there.
From all of the above, we can conclude that cannabis treatment will always have an individual dose for each patient, which will be done from the beginning with small doses to increase gradually and at the appropriate rate to find the optimal dose for each individual. , knowing that this optimal dose will be defined by the balance between the improved symptoms of the patient / tolerance to side effects, and this also depends significantly on the type of product and the drug used.
SIMPLE CALCULATION OF A DROP OR DROP EQUIVALENT IN ML
The right dose of CBD is all about balance. Adjust the dose to your weight and evaluate the symptoms you want to relieve. The calcul Est simple : 1 drop is equal to 0.05 ML, Formula : divide the “volume” value by 20
1 drop = 2.5 mg of CBD concentration per 500 mg
1 drop = 5 mg of CBD concentration per 1000 mg
1 drop = 10 mg of CBD concentration per 2000 mg
1 drop = 15 mg of CBD concentration for 3000 mg
1 drop = 20 mg of CBD concentration per 4000 mg