Determining the Correct Dose
1. Divide the amount of CBD by the size of the package to find the concentration.
- If you need to acquire CBD oil with a dropper bottle, you can find options online here.
- For example, if you have a 30-milliliter bottle of oil that contains 750 mg of CBD, your equation would be 750/30 = 25 milligrams of CBD per 1-milliliter serving.
- Some CBD oils will list the amount of CBD per serving on the bottle as well.
2. Take the lowest dose of CBD oil recommended by the manufacturer.
Warning: If you take more than the recommended upper limit, it may make side effects of nausea, drowsiness, or fatigue more prominent.
3. Keep a log of how dosages affect you to find out what works best.
- The amount of CBD oil you need may change as you get older since your body processes it differently as you age.
Taking the CBD Oil
1. Take the dropper out and squeeze the bulb.
- You can buy CBD oil at health food stores and online. Be sure to research the product you’re using to ensure it’s safe ad comes from a reputable company.
- Don’t squeeze the bulb while the dropper is still submerged since you’ll get air bubbles inside and the dosage may be inaccurate.
2. Submerge the end of the dropper in the CBD oil.
3. Release the bulb to draw the oil into the dropper.
- Most CBD oil droppers fill up to 1 mL, but it may vary depending on the brand. Make sure to check the package’s instructions so you know the correct dosage.