There is no official recommended serving for CBD. The information provided by Life Science Holding Company (LSHC) is intended to serve as a good starting point only and should not be considered medical advice. Please consult your medical provider before you begin taking CBD.
The variables on finding a universally prescribed serving of CBD are almost infinite – weight, diet, metabolism, genetics, environment, and more all affect the perfect serving for you.
Start with the lowest possible serving. Some conditions benefit from low serving size, some benefit from high serving size, and some benefit the most from somewhere in the middle. Slowly working your way up is the best way to find the proper serving size for you. If you feel you can benefit from a higher serving size of CBD, research suggests increasing your serving every 3-4 weeks to fully process how your current serving size is affecting you.
LSHC recommends that individuals keep notes on how CBD serving size affects you personally – this practice will help you remember accurately which serving size helped you feel your best.
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