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Suggested Dosage Guidelines

 

DEFINITIONS:

Cannabinoids

Cannabidiol (CBD): Supports a healthy immune system, and stabilized neurological health.

 

Cannabidivarin (CBDV): Shows promise for its use in the management of epilepsy

 

Cannabigerol (CBG): Inhibits the uptake of GABA which can decrease anxiety and muscle tension.

 

Cannabichromene (CBC): CBC along with cannabidiol a tetrahydrocannabinol have antidepressant effects. Studies show CBC helps promote neurogenesis.

 

Cannabinol (CBN): Is said to promote sleep, stimulate appetite and bone growth while preventing glaucoma, and providing antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects.

 

Cannabidivarin (CBDA): Said to reduce inflammation throughout the body.

 

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) - Tract THC stimulates cell receptors, enhancing the value and increasing the absorption of other synergistic cannabinoids.

Terpenes

Myrcene - Suggested lending calming like effects to the user

 

Bisabolol - Recently becoming the subject of research for the medical benefits it displays in cannabis

 

B-caryophyllene - Produces anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects

 

Humulene - Acts as an appetite suppressant and exhibits potent anti-inflammatory activity

 

Guaiol - Research says it kills microorganisms or stops their growth

 

Linalool - Is an effective anxiety and stress reliever

 

Isopulegol - Possess gastroprotective and anti-inflammatory effects

 

Borneol - Beneficial for combating fatigue and recovering from stress or illness

 

4 Options For Delivery

Oral - Through the use of gummies or capsules, it can take over an hour for the cannabinoids to arrive in the bloodstream.

 

Inhalation - For the fast results, this method is most effective. Vaporized CBD oil in the lungs are distributed to the bloodstream and orientated to the brain instead of liver like they would if consumed orally.

 

Sublingual - Applying several drops under the tongue is relatively effective and provides results fast.

 

Topical - With a cream applied externally on the skin, active ingredients are entered into the bloodstream. You can use topicals to treat local inflammation, skin conditions or pain instead of delivering the cannabinoids to the bloodstream.

 

How To Start Using CBD

Introduce Slowly - Because everyone’s bodies react differently to each supplement, start with the smallest possible dose. Like any other medication, it’s necessary to learn how your body reacts before going to a higher dose.

 

Body Mass Matters - Larger people can prefer a higher dosage of CBD than smaller bodied individuals. With CBD, it’s easy to scale up only a few milligrams at a time to meet your needs.

 

Consult a Medical Professional - Always talk with a medical professional before consuming CBD if you have a medical condition.

 

Consistency is Key - For the effects to occur, you may need to use it during a longer time period. Consistency induces a healthy and functioning endocannabinoid system. When they enter your system, your body starts to become more sensitive and as a result, over time, you will begin to experience improved results.