The best practice and the industry standard for new users consuming CBD is to start low and go slow. For the average person, this means starting with a dose of 5-10 mg daily (or as-needed) and slowly increasing the dose in 5 mg increments every 2 to 3 days until you find the dose is right for your needs – this is known as a titrating period. More CBD is not necessarily better because CBD is bi-phasic, meaning there is an optimal dose range for an individual to use (generally between 10-40 mg per day). However, it’s important to understand that there are many factors that affect your body’s ability to absorb CBD, including weight, body chemistry, the symptom(s) being treated, as well as external factors such the quality of the CBD product being used and method of consumption. Everyone reacts differently to CBD, and finding the optimal dose takes some personal trial and error; see our CBD Dosage Chart for additional dosage information. If you’re unsure if consuming CBD is appropriate for you, please consult your physician.
*resolveCBD products are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment of any ailment. As individual needs vary, always check with a licensed professional regarding medical treatment.
66.7mg per ml/dropper
Desired Effectiveness / Condition Severity
Please note CBD Patches have a different required dose.
We recommend 10mg – 20mg based on the severity of your ailment.
Let’s Start off with the Basics.. What is CBD?
When you find a dose that causes the pain to subside, next time you have a flare up you can look to replicate the dose.
e patient – CBD can often take over an hour to take full effect. If you write off the CBD too early, you could be making an error. CBD is a dietary supplement, so it often doesn’t provide immediate effects. However, if you are patient and use CBD over a two-week period you will begin to feel the full effects and resulting benefits of using CBD. It is important to increase the dose you are taking if you feel that the CBD is not having a noticeable effect.