CBD doesn’t work for you? Here are 3 possible reasons why

Before you separate from CBD, you should consider the following reasons:

I tried CBD, but it didn’t help me.

Why doesn’t CBD work for me?

Is all this CBD hype just a scam?

Does that feel familiar to you? If you’ve tried CBD products without results, you’re certainly not the only one – but that doesn’t mean the whole industry is a scam.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a non-psychotoxic component that occurs in the cannabis plant. It is being researched for many possible medical benefits, and unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), this active ingredient will not bring you “high”.

People use it to treat a number of ailments, including:

Chronic pain

Before you treat a disease, talk to your doctor to see if CBD is the right option for you, especially if you’re taking other medications. CBD may interact with many over-the-counter or prescription medications and supplements.

However, there are also some legitimate reasons why CBD doesn’t work for you.

So before you give up and tell your CBD-loving friends, check to see if one of the following reasons applies to you.

1. Your CBD product does not come from a reputable source.
Where did you buy your CBD oil?

With increasing popularity, CBD seems to be popping up everywhere, from online businesses to over-the-counter stores. You may even have tried a free sample to see if it works without investing anything more than the shipping costs.

Unfortunately, some of these products do not have high quality CBD. Some scammers take full advantage of this fact by selling inferior products that are not accurately labelled.

A group of researchers analysed 84 CBD products and found that only 31 per cent of them contained the amount of CBD that had been advertised.

So the next time you want to invest in a new CBD product, use these three tips to make sure the product keeps its promises:

Search for evidence for third-party lab tests. Laboratory tests can show exactly how much CBD is included in the product, and the test results should be available so you can see for yourself.

Consumer reviews. Websites like CannaInsider, Leafly and CBD Oil Users provide brand effectiveness, delivery time and customer service reviews.

Choose from a list of established brands. Popular brands can be purchased at kiosks. If you can also find one of these brands online, you don’t have to worry about whether the brand you’re buying is trustworthy.

Many CBD users have reported that they have tried several different brands before choosing one that works for them. So continue searching if the first attempt doesn’t produce the results you’re looking for.

2. You need to build it in your system.
Finding the right dosage of CBD can be a difficult undertaking. The corresponding amount varies from person to person, as each person has a unique biology that leads to a different reaction.

So, how do you find out what’s right for you?

Start with a low dose and slowly increase it over time until you find your “Sweet Spot”.

Some people find that taking a daily dose can help maintain a level of CBD in your body, which could stimulate your endocannabinoid system (more on what that is, below) so that it responds more to cannabinoids like CBD.

And many people use a microdosing technique to find their personal dosage and adjust it as needed over time.

It can be helpful to use a journal to log your results. Keep an eye on how much you’ve taken, how you feel before dosing and at multiple intervals thereafter, and any changes in the symptoms you notice.

Over time, this information can help draw a picture of how CBD affects you.

Remember that it is possible to build a tolerance to CBD, as with many other drugs and chemicals.

3. You have to give it more time.
The first time I tried CBD, I wondered if I had wasted my money on an over-hyperrated trend. I put a few drops of an oil tincture under my tongue, expected an almost immediate relief of my chronic pain and got…. Nothing.

My experience is by no means uncommon, because immediate results are not too common.

In fact, many people take CBD for several weeks or even several months before they see a difference.

Exploring the effects of CBD is not as easy as taking a few Tylenol and ending it for a day. It actually requires a certain amount of commitment, time and thought.

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