What is the Dose of CBD Oil to Use for Anxiety?
Since CBD is still being studied for its effect on mental health problems, like anxiety, it is difficult to definitively say how much a user should take to treat their symptoms. Furthermore, the severity of symptoms will also play a large part in how much CBD a user should take for it to be effective. Those suffering from PTSD should understandably take a higher dose of CBD than a person with slightly elevated stress. However, the fact that CBD can help with either of these conditions is truly remarkable.
As far as helping with anxiety, there are some encouraging results starting to surface from various lab rat and human trials. One study found that subjects with anxiety responded well to oral doses of CBD ranging from 300 mg to 600 mg. If this study is reproduced, either on a larger scale or with multiple affirmations, this could serve as a baseline for future CBD dosing recommendations. For now, users are left to experiment on their own, or under the guidance of their doctors, to determine what dose works best for them.
How is Neoteric Nutra Different from Regular CBD?
The 300-600 mg study was done with regular CBD extracted oil, and not with nextHEMP Technology. So, users will not have to take as many milligrams of Neoteric soft gels to achieve the same results. Since 200 mg of regular CBD equals 10 mg of nextHEMP CBD, a user would really only need to take 15-30 mg of nextHEMP CBD to achieve similar effectiveness levels. However, users may require more or less depending on the severity of their anxiety and their size.
The best way to test how much you may need is by starting with one capsule and increasing dosage based on the effects felt. After 30 minutes, if you don’t feel much of a difference or don’t feel the desired results, then a second capsule can be taken. Reports from the study referenced above found that users could take up to 1500 mg of regular CBD per day without adverse effects. This would equate to 75 mg of nextHEMP CBD. While we wouldn’t recommend starting out at this level, users can rest assured knowing even 4 to 5 capsules in one sitting would not get close to this reported maximum.
Remember, CBD is a largely unregulated market. The FDA has already conducted investigations into some companies and their products, however, and have found the actual dosage of CBD in the products was grossly off from what they were advertising. When looking for CBD products to take, it’s important for consumers to research the company they are considering purchasing from. Do they offer reports from third-party testing verifying their products contain what they say they do? Besides the concentration of CBD, users should also check the source of the CBD and how the CBD was extracted. Some extraction methods are unsafe and can be toxic to humans. In general, CO2 and ethanol extractions are considered safe. With high-quality CBD, those suffering from anxiety can find relief with just a few capsules per day.