Can You Take CBD Everyday?

As CBD isn't generally prescribed by health professionals on a large scale yet, dosing and usage is still a little ambiguous. If you're just starting out with CBD, you may be wondering how often to take it or if you can take CBD everyday like other supplements. 

In reality, CBD works best once it's been built up to certain levels in your body, so the short answer: yes! You can, and probably should, take CBD everyday for best results. However, this largely depends on your reasons for taking CBD in the first place. 

Here we'll discuss different usage levels of CBD for different conditions and how best to incorporate it into your routine. 

woman applying cbd to skin to help with blemishes and dry skin

What Is CBD Used For?

As you may know, cannabidiol or CBD is a cannabinoid extracted from hemp plants (as well as marijuana, but only the former is currently legal in the United States). Unlike it's counter part tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), it has no psychoactive effects on the brain and won't produce a "high." 

Despite this, it has a large following because of its many potential health benefits ranging from help with anxiety and chronic pain relief to skincare and insomnia.

Research into the compound is growing rapidly with studies examining many other proclaimed advantages to disease and chronic illnesses. 

woman applying cbd to her skin to help with acne and blemishes

How Often Should You Take CBD?

Depending on why you're taking CBD, you may need to take it more or less often, at lower or higher doses than others. 

For example, someone experiencing chronic joint pain may need to take larger doses of CBD than someone using it to help clear up an acne breakout. To learn more about detailed dosing and application, read here

There's also plenty of CBD delivery methods to be considered to confirm the best option for you, from capsules to edibles to topicals and water-soluble CBD. Some may prove more effective than others as bioavailability increases. 

But for most effective results, the general consensus among researchers is that continued use is key. Like with many other supplements, it takes more than a few doses to begin to see improvements. As with creatine for increased muscle mass or collagen for healthy skin, using CBD regularly as part of a daily regimen is the best way to ensure you're getting the most from the compound. 

Why Doesn't CBD Work For Me?

If you've tried CBD and determined it doesn't really do the trick for you, you may want to try a couple things before totally throwing in the towel. 

  1. Make sure you're taking the correct dose in the proper delivery method. The best way to find the right mix for you is through trial and error. Start with small doses of 5-10 milligrams and work your way up until you hit a level that works for you. 
  2. Buy your CBD from reputable sources. These days, CBD is everywhere and with little federal regulation, not every retailer is guaranteed to sell safe and quality product. When buying CBD, make sure you're looking for signs that the company is the real deal. For example, always check out a product CoA before you buy. 
  3. Give it time! Most importantly, make sure you're allowing enough time for the CBD to build up in your system so you can feel the effects. For some people, this could take weeks or even a few months of continued use. 

Latching on to the right dose, delivery method, and supplier for you can take plenty of patience and a significant time commitment but for many, the benefits of CBD are more than worth it. 

cbd tinctures and capsules to be taken everyday for potential health benefits such as reduced anxiety, better sleep, anti-inflammatory, and others

Conclusion

While CBD works differently for different people, most studies show regular daily intake over a prolonged period is the best way to achieve effective results. Make sure, though, that you consult your healthcare provider before adding new supplements to your daily routine, or increasing doses of existing supplements. 

 

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