Why is it so Confusing Buying CBD?

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Shopping for CBD Oil can be quite a confusing experience. Brands use overly vague language on their sites, like “CBD helps with homeostasis” or “daily wellness”. You’ll find it extremely hard to find what benefits hemp extracts actually offer. They won’t tell you how much CBD to take (or what’s even recommended). Most sites don’t even use the term CBD on their pages because they could get in trouble. Rather, you’ll find substitute terms, such as Hemp ExtractHemp Oil, or even Phytocannabinoid Oil being used.

WHY BRANDS CAN’T PROMOTE

What is interesting is that even though the government holds  a patent ( the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) refuses to approve CBD as a drug. The FDA’s inflexibility and the overall social stigma around cannabis continues to inhibit the research around CBD oil. That’s why when you visit any brand that sells CBD products, you’ll notice a disclaimer stating:

“These statements are not health claims, the FDA has not evaluated these claims. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”

 

One of the more confusing aspects of shopping for CBD oil is when you have to choose from the different types of CBD products and their dosage. There’s a range of different types of hemp extract products available on the market: tinctures, capsules, concentrates, sprays, and even topicals.

On top of that, CBD companies offer their hemp oils in varying doses. For example, you’ll find bottles labeled as 100mg, 300mg, all the way to 1000+mg. It’s easy to assume the more milligrams, the stronger the CBD oil. Yet, how do you know what is the appropriate amount for your condition?

Sadly, CBD brands cannot make recommendations on what concentration customers should take. This is caused by liability issues since CBD has not been approved by the FDA as a drug. That’s why you’ll find common advice such as “We recommend you do your own research before deciding which concentration to buy”.

SO WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

If you believe in the benefits of hemp extract, these barriers shouldn’t stop your from trying out CBD products. Although it might be confusing at first, we encourage you to do your own research to learn more about hemp extracts.

Only time will tell if the US government will loosen its restriction around cannabis. Only then will more research and definitive science behind phytocannabinoids come about. Unfortunately, we can’t be sure that day will come anytime soon since big pharmaceutical companies continue to lobby hard against the legalization of cannabis.

In the meantime, our best advice is for you to do your own research before deciding which brand, which type of product, and which concentration to buy

CBD Oil Dosage Calculator

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So you get your cbd oils and there is no instruction and you don’t have a clue what your doing?? Firstly you can ask the company to send you out their own dosage advice or the person you bought from should hold information to help you.

I personally find that starting of low is the best way to go and work your way up until you feel the benefits.

There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to determining the “right” CBD dosage. The effective dose for each person is different based on body chemistry, severity of concern, weight, concentration of the product, etc. One or two drops may be effective for one person but another person may need several drops of the same product.

Below is a chart that may help determine the amount of cbd in mg that you may need per day.

 

 

Once you work this out then have input your details into the online cbd oil calculator and this may help you determine the suitable dosage for yourself.  Just bare in mind that we all feel things in different ways so take it slow, increase as desired and relax.  Some people may notice benefits in a few short weeks others takes a few months so stick with it.

Our CBD dosage calculator can help you calculate total drops, milligrams of CBD per drop and number of drops necessary to achieve your desired CBD oil dosage.

Source: CBD Oil Dosage Calculator