How Much CBD Oil Should I take?

We want to make sure you're experiencing the full benefits of Higher Wave CBD!

Below is our generalized dosing guide.

Still got questions? Would you like us to work with you on a personalized dosage routine? Live chat with us here.

What we suggest for those who experience:

Stress/Anxiety:

Consistent daily use at lower doses. 

Start with a morning dose of ¼ dropper (.25ml — using our guided measurement droppers). If you experience quite intense stress/anxiety, we suggest dosing another ¼ dropper (.25mL) in the afternoon.

A buildup of Full Spectrum CBD oil over time in your system will assist in alleviating symptoms of stress/anxiety altogether. 

Sports-related pain/Inflammation:

Consistent long-term use at higher doses.

We suggest increasing your daily dose to ½ - ¾  dropper (.50ml - .75ml — using our guided measurement droppers).

If you find that you feel the drowsy when dosing in the morning, try dosing before bed or splitting up the dosage. 

Sleep:

Consistent long-term use at standard doses.

We suggest pre-bed doses 1-2 hours before sleep of ½ dropper (.50ml — using our guided measurement droppers). 

General Wellbeing:

Consistent daily use. We suggest a daily dose of ¼ - ½  dropper. 

Serious Medical Condition:

Extremely high doses required under supervision. Consult with your physician or naturopath before use. 

How much should I take?

We suggest consistent daily doses. Starting with a morning dose of 1/4 of a dropper (.25ml using our guided measurement droppers) and slowly increase to 1/2 a dropper (.50ml) this delivers a standard daily dose of approx. 16MG of Full Spectrum CBD oil. 

Need stronger relief?

If you desire stronger relief or support, gradually raise your dosage over a day or so while observing your body's response — everybody is unique, some people benefit from just a few drops, while others might increase to as much as 1 full dropper over a few days before their endocannabinoid system (ECS) begins responding.

 

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