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percentage of cbd oil

People who try CBD are adamant that it has many therapeutic properties which is why it is proving to be so popular. CBD products come in many forms including oils, tablets, drops or balms.

What are the different types of CBD?

It’s not possible to ‘overdose’ on CBD but there is a point where consuming any more will add no further benefit. Again it is best to start with a low dose and work your way up to avoid consuming more than you need.

Will CBD interact with other medications I’m taking?

Redness, flare-ups, occasional acne… if you’ve tried skincare products that haven’t delivered results, you might want to try and use a CBD skincare product. If your skin issues have persisted for a long time, it might be time for you to consult a dermatologist who will help you figure out what might be wrong with your skin.

Percentage of cbd oil

To continue the example above, and trying to avoid any overly heavy maths, 1000mg of cannabinoids/CBD in a 10ml bottle is a concentration of 10%.

Therefore, 1000mg in a 20ml bottle is a 5% concentration – therefore drop for drop it’s only half as strong as the 10% oil despite containing the same 1000mg amount of CBD.

Milligrams of CBD alone doesn’t actually equal the CBD oil strength

Another example would be CBDology’s entry level strength CBD oil – on the label we give the figures “2.75%” and “275mg CBD per 10ml”. So the entire 10ml bottle contains 275mg CBD and therefore the concentration of CBD within the carrier oil is 2.75%.

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Users of CBD products, especially new users, sometimes find themselves struggling to figure out how strong a CBD product really is from the information on the label. Sometimes it’s not just as straight forward as reading the number of milligrams.

CBD Stength Calculator – convert milligrams to percent

So the percentage concentration is actually more important than the total overall milligrams in assessing the strength of a CBD product. 2000mg sounds like a very strong CBD product right? Well yes it is if it’s in a 10ml bottle, but not so much if it’s in a 100ml bottle! The former is 20% strength and the latter is just 2% strength.