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5 Possible Reasons CBD Is Not Working For You

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What are some of the reasons that CBD may not be working for you?

Despite some companies advertising cannabidiol (CBD) as a miracle cure, the truth is that no two people are the same, and how CBD works for you may be completely different from how it works for someone else. CBD is a natural compound, and the way that our bodies and the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) are set up to process CBD may vary slightly from person to person.

There is a large variety of different CBD products available. All of them offer different delivery methods, strengths, types of CBD, and even quality between companies can vary greatly. Sometimes, the CBD you take may not deliver the results you expect or the results that friends talked about.

In the following article, we’re going to take a closer look at some of the reasons why CBD may not be working for you, including not taking enough, not taking it long enough, tolerances, and poor quality products.

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  1. Not Taking Enough CBD

If you have been trying CBD for at least 1-2 weeks and aren’t experiencing the effects you feel you should; perhaps you’re not taking enough? How much CBD should you take? We recommend the following as a great starting point:

That being said, several experts in the industry have these general guidelines for a 150lb person:

  1. General Health: 25mg CBD
  2. Chronic Pain, Anxiety: 25-50mg CBD
  3. Sleep Disorders: 25-150mg CBD

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), CBD is considered relatively safe with a good safety profile and a low risk of negative effects due to taking too much. After 1-2 weeks, try gradually increasing the amount of CBD you take and increasing the frequency.

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  1. Not Taking CBD Long Enough

No two people are the same, and what works for your friend may not be suitable for you. It can take several weeks for the CBD to build up inside your system to the point where you start to experience the effects of the CBD. Start with the recommended dosage, and if after 1-2 weeks you aren’t feeling the effects like you hoped you would, slowly increase the dosage or frequency over several days.

It’s a good idea to record a diary of how much CBD you’re taking and how often you’re making it so that you have a record of what you have tried.

 

  1. You Have Built-Up A Tolerance

Like many other drugs, you can actually build up a tolerance to CBD. Over time, taking the same amount of CBD may not deliver the same results in the same manner. This is because your body gets used to you taking this much CBD and anticipates it.

If your CBD was working and delivering the results you expected but then slowly started to feel like it was less effective, then it may be time to increase the dosage or increase the frequency of the dosage.

 

Another Fake CBD company on Shark Tank

Another Fake CBD company on Shark Tank

 

  1. Poor Quality CBD

Unfortunately, not all CBD companies have the best products or the best intentions. If you tried CBD from one company and didn’t have any noticeable effects, that could have been low-quality CBD.

At Stirling CBD, we stand behind the quality of our CBD products. We utilize CBD that was sourced from hemp grown right here in the USA. In addition, we offer 3rd party independent testing on all our CBD products and offer a transparent returns policy.

 

  1. High Tolerance for Cannabis Products

If you have been using cannabis products your entire life, you could already have a high tolerance built up within your body. Most CBD dosage recommendations are targeted specifically to people that may be new to cannabis products such as CBD.

If you have been a heavy cannabis user your entire life, you will most likely already have a tolerance for cannabis products and may need to start with a higher dosage of CBD.

 

5 Possible Reasons CBD Is Not Working For Me – Conclusion

There you go! 5 possible reasons CBD may not be working for you. Ultimately, it’s important to remember that no two people or their conditions are the same, and what works for one person may not work for another.

While a lot of research is being done on CBD and how it works, we still have a long way to go before making any specific medical claims about CBD.

If you have any questions about CBD or would like to learn more about the high-quality CBD products that we stock at Stirling CBD, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly.

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