Cannabidiol (CBD) is an extremely important constituent of the medicinal cannabis plant and offers a wide range of health and wellness related benefits. Despite its importance, the right dosage and right ingestion approach are vital to get maximum health benefits. This article discusses CBD’s right dosage, its benefits, and side effects associated with dose fluctuations. 

Figuring the Optimum Amount of CBD 

CBD’s right dosage can be calculated by considering various factors such as body weight, certain medical conditions or disorders, individual body weight, body metabolism, body chemistry, and concentration of CBD in CBD edibles or oils. CBD products should only be used after proper consultation with health experts or under their prescription, and edible dosage chart weight. 

It’s usually advised that CBD products are taken according to instructions of doctors, and if they have not prescribed CBD, then patients should start with the lowest dose. If there are no side effects, they can shift towards optimal edible dosing.  

Some people prefer to make their own CBD edibles at home, and for this purpose, they need to know about the right CBD levels for gummies, pills, capsules, chocolates, and smoothies. Then CBD concentrations are mentioned on CBD products’ labels. Based on this fact, many people are questioning how much CBD edible they should eat. The average edible dose should be specifically calculated according to body type and specific conditions. 

Figuring CBD Dose According to Type of CBD Product

The amount of CBD dose also depends on the ingestion methods, such as CBD edibles, smoking, vaping, nasal sprays, or CBD oil. There are a wide range of available CBD products, and consumers can select any product according to their taste, and preferences. FDA has only approved specific CBD dose for epilepsy, so users should not opt any fluctuation according to their own. 

CBD oil is provided with a dropper to use the right amount according to prescription or desires. Packaging also indicates the dosage of specific drops. Scientific studies have proven that the use of CBD products is only safe if it is taken in a moderate or optimum amount. Although the human body can tolerate about 1500 mg of CBD per day, care should be taken to avoid the human body’s negative implications. 

Side Effects of Imbalanced Dose 

High doses of CBD can cause potential side effects such as weight changes, changes in appetite, diarrhea, fatigue, and headache, drowsiness, mood changes, irritation, agitation, and digestive issues. Some other side effects may include liver failure, negative interactions with other medications, and injuries due to interaction with depressants and alcohol. 

Although some people may need a high CBD dose to treat some medical conditions, while some may need much less dose. Various clinical trials are focused on checking the feasibility of CBD doses according to body weight and body chemistry. A low dose should be prescribed and used by people having less body weight. Whereas the use of alcohol and other depressants related to the central nervous system enhance the sedation effects of specific CBD dose. While people using some other medication should avoid the higher doses of CBD.