CBD drops dosage guide.

A little explanation on why you need to start off with the CBD low and slow….

Everybody has an Endocannabinoid system. There are receptors throughout the body that the CBD attaches to. This is extremely beneficial. Once you’ve dropped the oil under your tongue, it’s working! Your CBD receptors haven’t been used much over the years. When you first start taking CBD, you need to ‘wake up’ the receptors. Then they begin reproducing more and more receptors.

To find your ‘sweet spot’ you start slowly increasing your serving size just a bit at a time. As your receptors improve and multiply, your body can handle a larger amount of CBD. Some things will be helped by a small amount of CBD, other things will require a larger serving. The things that don’t require but a small amount may be noticeable when you first start, those that require more oil won’t

be noticed until you’ve reached the necessary number of drops. Just remember, take it slow. Start low. As things start to improve, try to make a mental note as soon as you notice. A lot of things can slip by virtually unnoticed. ‘I just realized I haven’t ____ in weeks’. ‘Usually by this time of the year, I’ve ____, But haven’t had to since starting the oil’. You’ll see a lot of that.

If you take too much in the beginning, you can ‘hurt’ or shock what CBD receptors you do have, and you just go backwards. It can also intensify any detox you may experience.
It is also very important to drink lots of water to flush out all of the toxins as some people experience the herx effect when starting the CBD oil (The Herx Reaction is a short-term reaction the body has as it detoxifies. It is quite common to experience flu-like symptoms including a headache, joint and muscle pain, body aches, sore throat, sweating, chills, nausea or other symptoms.)

This product is to be administered Sublingually. This is a way of giving CBD by mouth. Sublingual administration involves dropping the oil under your tongue to dissolve and absorb into your blood through the tissue there.
The oil gets into your system quickly and can be absorbed directly into the bloodstream without going through your digestive system, and processing of the liver; therefore, the effects of CBD oil are not decreased by digestion. The sublingual application allows CBD to quickly enter the bloodstream and interact with the endocannabinoid system.
Plus there are no taste buds under your tongue!

LOW (start 1-2 drops, twice a day). and SLOW (increase by 1 drop every 3-6 days). Keep increasing slowly, until you get to the point that you don’t have anything left to improve, or until you stop feeling better. If things start to reverse, back off. This is referred to as ‘self-titration’. You’re figuring out your serving size, or sweet spot. For many, this can change over time, so be aware.

LOW and SLOW. There’s a reason.