If you’re looking for relief from mild aches and pains, consider choosing a strength between 600 and 2,400 mg per 15 mL bottle (between 40 and 160 mg/mL).
If you’re looking for a restful night’s sleep, consider choosing a strength between 1,200 mg and 2,400 mg per 15 mL bottle (between 80 and 160 mg/mL).
If you’re looking to calm anxiousness, consider choosing a strength between 600 and 1,200 mg per 15 mL bottle (between 40 and 160 mg/mL).
One of the most common questions we hear is “What strength of CBD oil is best for me?” There are dozens of different strengths to choose from, and it can be overwhelming—don’t worry, we can offer some simple guidance.
CBD is an incredible cannabinoid with many potential benefits, but everyone’s ideal strength is unique and depends on what sort of effects you’re looking for. Adding CBD oil into your routine is an investment in yourself, so it’s totally understandable that you’d want to make sure the strength you’re getting is strong enough to make a noticeable difference.
This guide will help you understand everything you need to know about determining which CBD oil strength is best for you, including general guidelines based on ailment, how to think about dosing, and other helpful tips.
So, what exactly is strength when it comes to CBD oil? More often than not, CBD oils in tincture form list the strength as the number of milligrams of CBD contained in a bottle. So if you come across a 600 mg bottle of CBD oil, this means there’s 600 mg of CBD in the entire bottle. You’ll usually come across CBD oil in tinctures that are either 15 mL (0.5 oz) or 30 mL (1 oz), so make sure you take a peek at the volume of the bottle as well. For reference, if you’ve got a 15 mL 600 mg bottle, it’s twice as strong (potent) and more concentrated as a 30 mL 600 mg bottle in terms of the amount CBD per unit volume.
If you’re looking to add cannabidiol (CBD) oil to your wellness and self-care routine, you may be looking to address one of these commonly reported benefits:
CBD oil comes in three forms: full-spectrum, broad-spectrum and isolate. Choosing the right form and strength go hand in hand. In general, smaller amounts of CBD are typically better suited for providing a sense of calm and clear-headedness, whereas larger amounts may have a more sedative effect.
If you’re seeking relief from mild aches and pains, you may consider choosing a strength between 600 and 2,400 mg per 15 mL bottle. This is equivalent to between 40 and 160 mg/mL per dose.
If your goal is to get a more restful night’s sleep, we recommend choosing a strength between 1,200 mg and 2,400 mg per 15 mL bottle (between 80 and 160 mg/mL).
If you’re looking to calm anxiousness and achieve a sense of clarity, we recommend going with a strength between 600 and 1,200 mg per 15 oz bottle (between 40 and 160 mg/mL).
Finding your ideal dose depends on what you’re looking to find relief from as well as your body’s unique chemistry. Everyone’s perfect dose is unique because we all respond differently to CBD, including the amounts and strengths. We like to make the comparison of caffeine: while you may need one cup of coffee to feel its effects, someone else may need two or three cups.
Here’s a quick guide to determining your initial dose:
We recommend starting with a lower dose and incrementally increasing it over time to find your sweet spot. For your first week, aim to take your CBD at the same time each day, paying close attention to how you’re feeling. You might even consider tracking your CBD journey each day to fine-tune your dose, noting any changes you feel, whether they’re small or big.
Whether you’re new to CBD oil or are looking to refine your CBD oil dose and strength, we’ve got you covered. At Feals, we aren’t just committed to providing the highest quality, purest CBD oil possible—we’re also committed to guiding you every step of the way through your journey towards your healthiest and happiest self.
If you’re still not sure what strength of CBD oil is best for you, consider trying The Flight, which contains three varying strengths or give our CX team a ring! They’re more than happy to answer any and all of your questions about strength and all things CBD and wellness.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This article is for informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.