Use our CBD dose calculator to find your start low dose! Using weight-based dosage calculators for CBD and hemp is a great way to get comfortable with a new plant-based regimen. Simply enter in your weight (in pounds), the milligrams of your CBD tincture, edible, or topical (typically found on the CBD product label) and the total milliliters in the bottle, if you are taking full-spectrum CBD oil (also typically found on the front of the product label). The calculator will do the rest! There are two options for your start low dose:
Option 1 is for beginners, daily maintenance, and anyone who is simply not sure how much to take.
Option 2 is for intermediates, experienced maintenance, and major conditions. Again, if you're not sure, just use option 1.
CBD doses are calculated for you in drop form and milliliter form. If you've been to one of our educational CBD workshops, then you may already have a syringe that will allow you to administer a fraction of a milliliter (i.e. 0.17 mL). If you have not been to one of our workshops, not to worry. You can find 1-milliliter syringes at your local pharmacy or online, like on Amazon. Our new metered droppers come with our Extra Strength Tinctures and Custom Tinctures.
Remember, start low and increase slow! Increase your CBD dose one week at a time. Consistency is also key — continue your dose twice per day consistently, and you will be more likely to find the relief you are looking for. Inconsistent dosage is not recommended and is the most common reason why alternatives fail. Be consistent in all you do and you will be successful!
Refine your health, refine for life. Shop our organic, non-GMO, pesticide-free, organic CBD products at Refine Pharmaceuticals! Or, sign up for one of our free CBD workshops so we can teach you all about CBD dosing.
DISCLAIMER: Do not take cannabidiol (CBD) if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Always consult a medical doctor before modifying your diet or using any new medicinal product. Our CBD products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration (FDA).