Where Do I Begin Taking CBD?
by Daniel Yepes on Feb 13, 2023
"[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Reliva’s CBD oil (or cannabidiol oil, a hemp extract) does not create a “high” like marijuana products that contain THC, but it is still important to know how to begin using CBD before you jump in. Here’s what you need to know.
Beginning Dosage of CBDBefore you take any amount of CBD, it is worth it to investigate the different products available. It is possible to find anywhere from 10 mg of CBD per serving in a product all the way up to 2500 mg of CBD. Most new users are advised to start with a low serving size to test the effect. Whether you opt for a topical spray or CBD cream, pill, tincture, or CBD oil, it is a good idea to start with a lower serving size from a reputable brand with transparent production processes. Learn about the company behind the CBD to ensure you feel good about their offerings. Then, start with a low serving size of whatever format you choose. Discover how it makes you feel and if it works for you before you go all in. If you enjoy the effects of CBD at a lower serving size but feel like you would benefit from an increase in those effects, you can try a higher serving size next time. It’s often recommended that you increase your dose slowly and incrementally to find what works best for you.
Step-by-Step CBD Oil IntroductionNeed a simple step-by-step process to help you find the right CBD product for you? Here’s one for you:
- Ensure that CBD will not interact negatively with your current medications.
- Know why you want to take CBD. Ask yourself which benefits you most want to experience, and clearly identify them beforehand.
- If you would like to use CBD to address anxiety, insomnia, or all-body pain, a low-dose pill, tincture, or oil may be the best option.
- If you would like to try CBD to manage joint pain or skin inflammation, a topical CBD cream or spray may be a good choice. You can then keep your application specific to the area experiencing discomfort.