It is true, EVERYONE IS DIFFERENT.
Just like everyone is a slightly different height or has a different type of hair or level of health; the way cannabinoids affects the body differs for each person. The best method to decide your dosage
is to start small, about ½ the dose of the below values and evaluate how it makes you feel and gradually increase the dose until you achieve your desired result.
These are however still guidelines and there are many additional ailments that find benefits from using cannabidiol. It should be mentioned that the Nation’s top testing lab for cannabis products has stated that there is NO lethal cannabis dose. However, using too much may, such as the case of glaucoma, created reverse affects. For this reason, we reiterate that you should start with a low dose and gradually increase your dose until you find your desired results. Talk to your doctor or find a doctor that works with cannabis and CBD to discuss your exact needs.
We can look forward to scientists releasing dosing schedules for medical marijuana, medicinal hemp, and yes, CBD. Other dietary ingredients include vitamins, minerals, and herbs and botanicals that well, supplement the diet. As you know, many of these products are on the market and serve a variety of purposes from enhanced focus, to flavoring food. FDA will not allow for manufactures of supplements to suggest dosages or claim true-to-life benefits. So in case you are wondering why there is no expressed dosage on reputable CBD website, it is because the FDA Side Note: It is expected that within the year 2025 the United States alone will have a dietary supplement market worth $68.22 billion dollars. With CBD being the highest growing segment. (https://www.grandviewresearch.com/press-release/north-america-dietary-supplements-market-analysis)