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Your “Sweet Spot” is the amount of CBD that gives you the desired results you are looking for. Your “Sweet Spot” may be different from your neighbor as everyone’s bodies are different. There are multiple factors that contribute to the dose you need including length of deficit, severity and the number of factors affecting your deficit.
Place .25 ml of oil under your tongue and hold it there for 60-90 seconds. Allow the oil to absorb under your tongue before swallowing it. The longer the better.
Repeat the process morning and night over the next 3-4 days. If after a few days, you don’t notice a change, increase by .25ml a dose for 3-4 days at a time. Please be aware of the absence of issues or complaints, not just a “feeling”. It’s very helpful for those new to CBD to keep a journal of feelings from head to toe to document progress and change. Many successes are subtle and more revealing thru a journal.
There should not be a negative affect when taking CBD. On a rare instance, you could be “detoxing”, but if you do experience a headache, diarrhea or being tired when you don’t want to be tired, you might be taking too much. CBD works on a bell curve. If you take too little, it will not work. If you take too much, it will not work. Our goal is to find the peak effects at the least effective dose.
When you feel you have reached the point where you feel it is making a difference, you have arrived at your least effect dose.
The miracle of CBD is that you are going to find the BEST dose for your body. You won’t be taking a capsule that might have too much or too little medication for you. And as your body waxes and wanes in pain or stress, you need to listen to your body. It is OK to step up your dose during a “Crisis” (such as injury, increased stress, life event). You CANNOT overdose on CBD.
There is no right or wrong way to take CBD. If you want to take half a dose morning and night, or a full dose at night. Or a jelly in the morning and oil at night…..listen to your body for what works best for you and for your schedule.
FOR MOST PEOPLE, IT IS NOT A MOMENT OF “I’M HEALED” BUT A REALIZATION THAT YOU HAVEN’T REACHED FOR THE PILLS IN AWHILE.