All about CBD and our health

Some people have tried the oil and it has not worked for them. However, there may be situations and reasons why it has not worked.
Is the oil from a reputable source? Have a look at this website for more info on this.

The oil might not have been 100% organically grown and from a reputable source. Only oil of this nature will hold the correct cannabinoids and not have any additional chemicals. Reliable companies will provide a certificate of analysis to prove the oil is 100% organic and of the best quality possible. This certificate will reveal the laboratory testing results of the CBD oil so you can be sure it holds the correct potency and is without contaminants.

Are you taking the correct dosage?
Another reason is taking an incorrect dose. It the amount taken is not high enough it will not help to alleviate the issue. It is not unusual to take up to 1,200mg of oil a day to help deal with chronic issues.

It is also possible to build a tolerance to a dose. Therefore, if the oil has helped when first taking it then you find it is not, it could be that you have built up a tolerance and need a higher dose.

It may take time to have an effect
CBD oil may not have immediate effect. It may be that you need to take the oil over a period before it begins to work. Along with this, you might be taking the oil by the wrong method. Remember there are various types, including creams, oil, capsules, gel and more.

Is the oil out of date?
Check the date of the oil you are using as it does have a shelf life. Generally, this is a period of 1 to 2 years and then it will lose its potency.

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