There is no scientific information at this point that directs how much CBD you should take for any given situation. This is how it is with Natural Remedies. And, the FDA only allows CBD as food supplements and not as a medicinal product. So, until it can be sold as a medicinal supplement or remedy, there won’t be any scientific data supporting sizes of doses. The majority of the knowledge on CBD is mostly people like you trying CBD, and figuring out their own dosage and what personally works for them.

For instance, on many brands you’ll see they use 10 drops as a serving size. And, they usually indicate how many milligrams of CBD are in 10 drops of their product. This is because it is important to know how many milligrams of CBD you are taking. So, Let’s just say for instance, that you determine by the information below that you should have about 10 milligrams of CBD. And, let’s assume the label indicates 10 drops has 5 mg of CBD. So, in this hypothetical case with this hypothetical product, you would take 20 drops to get 10 mg. Many brands choose to post 10 drops as their serving size as its an easy number for customers to work with in determining how many drops they should actually take.

So, HOW MUCH CBD SHOULD I TAKE? And, as stated earlier in this article, there is no scientific data that says any particular number. And, by FDA guidelines, no one can say that any number of CBD will cure, help or treat any health condition. But, here’s what can be shared. Consider two things: your weight and the severity of your condition. The bigger you are, the more CBD one should take. And, the more severe the situation, the more CBD one has to take.

The following chart may help in determining a ‘starting point” of how much you might want to take per day. Again, there is no scientific statement as to what is right, the following is a “best practices” guideline put together for your help: