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This article was co-authored by Aimée Shunney, ND. Dr. Aimée Gould Shunney is a Licensed Naturopathic Doctor at Santa Cruz Integrative Medicine in Santa Cruz, California where she specializes in women’s health and hormone balancing. She also consults with various companies in the natural products industry including CV Sciences, makers of PlusCBD Oil. Dr. Aimée educates consumers, retailers, and healthcare providers about CBD oil through written articles, webinars, podcasts, and conferences nationwide. Her work has been featured at the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians Conference, and on Fox News. She earned her ND from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2001.
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Many CBD oils come in a tincture with a dropper so you can easily measure out doses. Start by finding out the dosage that works best for you so you can figure out how much you need to take. Then you can use the dropper provided with the tincture to pull the oil out of the container and dispense it. Just be sure to talk to your doctor before taking CBD oil to make sure it’s right for you.
Example: a 160 pound person might start at a dosage of 16 milligrams but could need 96 milligrams.
How do I know how much CBD oil to take? What’s a dosage?
Some companies list a recommended dosage. It could say ‘take two droppers’ or ‘take one teaspoon’. From here you can calculate how many milligrams are in the recommended serving from the company.
Why don’t some CBD companies list a dosage? Why is it just telling me how many milligrams of CBD are in the container?
Take the total CBD milligrams listed on the bottle and divide by total milliliters in the bottle. Since most droppers hold 1 milliliter of fluid, you can assume the resulting number will tell you how many milligrams are in each dropper.
It’s funny how the market is flooded with CBD options, but so few take the time to educate on dosage and exactly how to consume it. Whether it’s assumptions that consumers know how to use the product or a measure of leaving it up to each consumer to ‘choose their own adventure’, many people’s first experience with CBD oil is one of annoyance and confusion. Especially after spending so much money.
How do you figure out the proper dosage of CBD oil? How many milligrams of CBD should I take?
Example: 300 mg CBD bottle divided by 30 mL= 10 milligrams per dropper