How To Use CBD for Pain

If you're aren't dealing with a health challenge, you feel great and just use CBD as a preventative (kudos to you!), take the suggested dosage on the bottle.

CBD is an essential compound , and even if you aren't feeling different, your body is still using it for important processes. As a daily supplement, a CBD tincture dosage should remain quite low.

If you suffering with pain, with these pointers you can be sure to find a sweet spot for alleviation.

Make Sure You Have a Good CBD Oil or Tincture: The market is still largely unregulated in the U.S., which means you will need to make sure you're buying a quality product. No matter how you dose, an inferior product will not have much effect.

We carry all products that have been 3rd party tested which is upmost important in choosing a quality product. No molds or pesticides are in any of the products and the amounts of CBD and THC have been verified and tested as well.

Start Low: Begin with a low dose, typically the suggested daily dosage on the bottle (.20-.25 milliliters). Be sure to take it on an empty stomach and with a bit of plant oil, such as coconut or olive oil. It helps with the absorption into your cells.

Go Slow: Maintain this dosage for at least two to three days. Continue increasing it every few days. Try taking .25 ml and the increasing accordingly as you feel relief. Note also that for severe pain, you may need to take very high doses of CBD before you feel a satisfactory effect.

Divide the Doses: These doses can also be divided during the day, especially if you experience some fatigue effects on one dose.

Stay With It: Depending on the previously mentioned factors, some people feel the immediate benefits from CBD and others it may take a while before you will feel good results. Don't give up after only a few days of use—either increase your CBD dosage for pain or continue a bit longer on the current dose.

Keep a Journal or Take Note of the Dose: Throughout the experimentation phase, monitor how you feel, your mood, cravings, how you sleep, etc. We suggest keeping a journal to compare the pain you experience before commencing with the pain throughout the process.