The answers to these questions, along with the scientifically proven health benefits of CBD oil, might surprise you. But, before we dive into those health benefits let’s take a quick look at what CBD is in the first place and how can it help you, a friend or a family member.
Cannabinoids are chemicals that occur naturally in cannabis plants.
CBD oil dosages are hard to calculate, especially when it’s your first time. Reason being, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hasn’t established formal nutritional guidelines for CBD products.
There is no Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) for CBD oil yet. While many companies have serving suggestions on their products, these were created by the company, not by official research or standard guidelines.
So how much CBD oil should you take?
The answer depends on why you’re taking it, your weight, and the strength of your CBD oil.
Depending on if you’re taking CBD oil for pain, anxiety, seizures, cancer, or another reason, you’ll want more or less CBD.
Scientific research has shown that cannabinoids may be therapeutic for many other conditions.
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