What CBD Strength is Best?

If you’re new to the world of CBD and you’re just getting started integrating it into your health routine, you likely have a lot of questions. When getting started, one of the most important things to understand with CBD is how its strength is measured.

Understanding Common Potencies of CBD Products

You have probably noticed CBD products are measured in milligrams (mg). You’ll probably see products with 300mg, 600mg, 1000mg or even more per bottle or container of CBD. But what exactly does this information mean?

In general, products with a higher number of milligrams mean the CBD is more potent (stronger). In layman’s terms, this means it will work faster at helping whatever issue you are trying to overcome. For example, if you’re experiencing significant pain, a 6000mg CBD product will be much more effective compared to something with only 300mg of CBD.

Container Size is Important Too

In addition to understanding how much CBD goes into a product, it’s important to know what size bottle or container the CBD is in. The amount of CBD per milliliter (mL) will go a long way in determining just how strong it can be.

For instance, our 6000mg CBD oil comes in a 30mL bottle, meaning you receive approximately 200mg of CBD for each milliliter used. Compared to a 30mL bottle with 300mg of CBD, you can tell which product will be more potent and therefore stronger. Also, products with higher milligrams of CBD tend to last longer as you don’t have to use them as much. Even with daily use, our customers indicate a bottle of 6000mg CBD can last 3-6 months.

Uses of CBD Products with Low Potency

Products with low CBD potency are perfect for those just starting out or for those who want to use CBD for issues that are not as serious. For example, someone may want to use a 300mg CBD oil for general wellness purposes like mild pain relief, light headaches and moderate stress or anxiety.

Additionally, people may find low-potency products work best when used throughout the day as opposed to all at once. This is due to the fact that CBD has a cumulative effect in the body, meaning it builds up over time and becomes more potent. Therefore, if you take multiple doses of a low-potency product throughout the day, you may find it to be more effective than taking one high-potency dose.

Uses of CBD Products with Medium Potency

CBD products with medium potency are a good middle-of-the-road option for those who want something stronger than low-potency CBD but not as strong as high-potency CBD. For example, 600mg CBD oil is perfect for those who need something a little stronger than low-potency options but don’t necessarily need the 6000mg oil.

Those who use medium-potency products commonly treat moderate pain symptoms, including headaches and migraines, mild insomnia and some inflammation. Although these products contain stronger CBD content, they will still require consistent daily use to help with these issues.

Uses of CBD Products with High Potency

CBD products with high potency are typically recommended for more serious issues like chronic pain, some forms of cancer, epilepsy, debilitating headaches and migraines, severe anxiety and insomnia. Because the CBD is more potent, it will work faster to help alleviate these types of issues.

Additionally, those who use high-potency products may find they only need to use them once or twice per day as opposed to multiple times throughout the day. This is due to the fact that the effects of high-potency CBD tend to last longer in the body.

Which CBD Strength Should You Choose?

Now that you understand how CBD strength is measured and what some of the common potencies are, which one should you choose? The answer honestly depends on a few different factors:

Why Type of Help Do You Need?

First, you need to know what your goal is for using CBD. Are you looking for general wellness support or are you treating a specific condition?

The answer to this question will help you determine what strength of CBD is best for you. If you are using CBD for general wellness support, a lower dose may be all you need. If you are treating a specific condition, you may need a higher dose to see results. Those with long-term injuries or ongoing issues are recommended to use high CBD content products like our 6000mg Broad Spectrum Oil.

What Is Your Body Type?

Body type is also an important factor in determining what strength of CBD is best for you. Those who are on the smaller side or have a more delicate constitution may do well with a lower dose, while those who are larger or have a more robust constitution may need a higher dose.

What Other Health Conditions Do You Have?

If you have other health conditions, this can also affect what strength of CBD your body needs. For example, if you have a history of back pain and muscle aches, a low milligram product likely won’t be helpful in solving these long-term issues.

You’ll want to take into account any other medications or supplements you’re taking too. This is important because CBD can interact with other substances.

Start with a Low Dose

If you are new to CBD, it is always best to start with a low dose and work your way up. This will help you gauge how your body responds to the product and give you a better idea of what strength is best for you. If you suffer from a severe condition and you are considering CBD, be sure to consult with your doctor for further recommendations regarding the right dosage for you.

What’s the Best Way to Take CBD?

Finally, now that you know how CBD strength is measured, it’s time to choose a method of ingestion. There are many ways to take CBD, including tinctures, soft gels, topicals and more. The best way to take CBD is the way that works best for you and your lifestyle as it really is a personal preference.

Please contact us if you have any questions about how to find the best strength CBD for you. We would be happy to help!

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