There are a couple of mistakes people make when start using CBD Oil. The CBD hits the news and it is consumed daily by thousands of people. But it is not that easy, as media reporting and mouth to mouth reviews of cosmetics or food supplements containing CBD can quickly become confusing. So if you purchased some CBD and you’re not sure what to do about it or you took it but want to make sure you’ve used it well. We have some hot tips on how to get the most out of it!
You need to find the right amount
We have this as #1 mistake when people start taking CBD as a food supplement. It’s extremely important to get the right quantity, most people either take a poor quality CBD Oil or don’t take enough CBD. It comes down to a variety of factors, all of which are individual-there are instructions to make it easy, but in the end, you’ve got to do it!
When we simplify this, it can be down to individual weight, bioavailability (how well it is absorbed), and the liquid concentration. The bigger you’re the more you’ll need to take. If it doesn’t fit for you, play around with it until you find the right amount of CBD. Usually, we recommend starting with what’s indicated on the packaging.
Give it enough time
Time is important and nobody wants to waste time on something that doesn’t work. Though “good things come to those who wait”! Be patient and give your body enough time to adapt to CBD and improve your overall wellbeing.
Quality over quantity
Sadly many stores now sell items with very low CBD concentrations. Realistically, if some tinctures or capsules are less than a dosage of 5mg then you probably look in the wrong place. The variations in concentration and consistency are remarkable.
Some major retailers have branded items as “solid” or “extra-strong” and in terms of price, they are on the lower end of the market. The easiest way to measure the CBD concentration is to see how many milligrammes it includes. Do not rely on product names.
High expectations can kill the dream
That’s right, the benefits will often outweigh expectation. Not looking like a cheat sport but CBD doesn’t fix anything! If you expect that you will “feel” high or an overnight improvement in your wellbeing. If you have this type of expectations then you should start to lower them. It takes a bit of time for the body to absorb CBD.
The association of CBD with Cannabis and the media’s major statements indicate that many people view CBD with the wrong attitude. It’s your best bet to treat it with realistic expectations as you would for any other product!