How to use
A Broad Spectrum Hemp Oil
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO TAKE CBD OIL?
As a dietary supplement, place the CBD oil under your tongue and hold for up to 60 seconds prior to swallowing.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I TAKE CBD OIL?
The minimum recommended use is twice daily – morning and 30 minutes before bed.
CAN I TAKE CBD WITH MEDICATIONS?
Take two hours before or after pharmaceuticals. Consult your physician prior to using CBD.
HOW DO I STORE IT?
Keep at room temperature to preserve freshness. Store away from humidity, heat, and light. If any adverse reactions occur, discontinue use of dietary supplement and consult your doctor.
HOW MUCH CBD OIL SHOULD I TAKE?
START LOW, GO SLOW. The amount of CBD that you need will depend on your particular ailment or need. Each body is unique and, therefore, reacts differently to CBD. If you are new to using CBD, we recommend that you start with small amounts and gradually increase until you find your body’s ideal dosage.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR CBD TO WORK?
Taking CBD Oil sublingually is one of the most effective and efficient delivery methods. It takes slightly longer for the sublingual drops to penetrate into the bloodstream than through the lungs, but you can expect the CBD to take effect within 5 to 20 minutes when administered this way. For those looking for long lasting effects, consuming CBD oil via ingestion is an excellent option.
HOW LONG DOES THE CBD OIL EFFECT LAST?
Like most dietary supplements, CBD interacts different with each person. Your metabolism plays a significant role in how long it takes your body to process CBD Oil. CBD will generally stay in your system for three to four days. However, these trace amounts do not necessarily correlate to the detectable effects of CBD.
WHAT IF YOU DON’T FEEL LIKE CBD OIL IS WORKING FOR YOU?
CBD works for everyone if different ways. You may need to experiment with serving sizes to determine exactly what works best for you. Start low and go slow. If you’ve waiting a few hours and feel like the CBD Oil isn’t having an effect, very slightly increase your serving size and wait again. This may take some trial and error; experimenting with your servings will help you dial in your dose.