Why didn't CBD work for me?
Have you tried CBD but didn't get the results you were looking for? Quality of the product, consistency of dosing over time, and delivery methods can make a huge difference in whether or not you get the relief you are looking for. Here are a few things you should know to get the most out of using CBD.
1. Ask questions before buying to ensure that you are buying a high quality, therapeutic product. Does the seller have a Certificate of Analysis from a 3rd party lab showing purity and strength of each product they sell? Do they have a relationship with the farm where the hemp was grown? Have they been to the farm and to the lab where their products were processed? Knowing what to ask can help you to find high quality, authentic CBD products.
2. It can take time to get to the point where CBD is therapeutic for you. Each person's physiology is different so there is no standard dosing or set amount of time that it takes to get results. It is very important to dose consistently, and to gradually increase your dose over time until you reach a dose that is therapeutic for you. Don't get discouraged and stop taking CBD after a few days or even a few weeks. Consistency and gradually increasing the dose are the key!
3. There are many different ways to use CBD. If one method doesn't work for you try another. I have found that taking CBD sublingually is very effective for most customers. Topical CBD can also be an effective tool for localized pain relief such as hands, knees or neck pain. Be aware that when you take CBD in a form that has to go through your digestive system (capsules, gummies, etc) that you lose a large percentage of the therapeutic compounds. If you are using one of these methods talk to us about ways to increase the bioavailability or amount of CBD that ends up in your system where it can help you.