To understand when, ask “How much?” – Why the dose influences when to take CBD
We can’t talk about when to take CBD without mentioning the dose. The amount of CBD oil you take will have the most significant impact on how it affects your endocannabinoid system.
In general, the more CBD oil you take, the more likely you are to experience sedative effects. Therefore, if you plan to take high doses of CBD in one session, it is best to schedule it for later in the day.
On the other hand, people who enjoy CBD “microdose” are more likely to enjoy effects such as increased concentration and mild anxiety relief. Therefore, if you are interested in taking CBD during the day, you should experiment with lower doses and distribute them over a longer period of time.
Of course, there is no set standard for a “high” or “low” dose of CBD oil. Because everyone has a different body structure, there is no standard CBD absorption rate.
You should keep track of the different doses of CBD in a journal to find out how they affect you. Over time, you’ll probably find that different doses of CBD work best at different times of the day.