How to use CBD

How much CBD should I take?

Due to the diverse range of use-cases for CBD, appropriate serving sizes can vary widely. Your serving size will depend on factors such as body weight, metabolism, individual body chemistry, and other metabolic factors.


We cannot provide specific recommendations regarding serving sizes. We suggest starting with a small amount of CBD and gradually increasing the serving until the desired effects are achieved. This personalized approach ensures you find the right balance for your unique needs.

Is CBD psychoactive?

CBD meets the World Health Organization (WHO) definition of being psychoactive. The WHO defines psychoactive substances as substances “that, when taken in or administered into one’s system, affect mental processes, e.g. cognition or effect.”

However, it’s crucial to note that CBD is non-intoxicating, meaning it doesn’t induce feelings of euphoria, stupor, or loss of control commonly associated with THC ingestion. Research indicates that this lack of intoxicating effects is attributed to the fact that CBD does not bind to the CB1 receptor in the same manner as THC. In some studies, CBD has even been shown to modulate or reduce the intoxicating effects of THC.

What is the difference between broad spectrum and isolate-based CBD?

Broad-spectrum CBD products encompass nearly all the compounds found in the cannabis plant, ensuring a comprehensive experience. However, there’s one notable exception: THC is generally absent. This allows you to benefit from the diverse array of cannabis compounds without encountering the psychoactive effects associated with THC.

Isolate-based products solely feature the isolated CBD molecule, ensuring they have no detectable THC. This provides a pure CBD experience without the presence of other compounds found in broad-spectrum products

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