Is taking CBD Daily Bad For You?

You can take CBD everyday! We get asked this question a lot, so we thought it would be nice to cover this topic today.

CBD comes in many forms – as you most likely have already discovered. Tinctures, capsules, gummies and topicals are a few of them. But which one is the right one for you, you might ask. It really depends on your preference – everyone uses CBD for many different reasons. Whether it be for sleep, anxiety, pain relief, or even seizures – there are so many possible ways to use CBD beneficially!

The good news is, you can take as much as you want, in any form, and you can’t overdose on CBD. As a matter of fact, taking it on a daily basis actually provides you with the best results. While many individuals are still taking over the counter drugs and even prescriptions to alleviate their stress or anxiety, CBD has really made its way to replacing these drugs that can sometimes have harmful effects.

So, thinking about incorporating CBD into your daily routine? Try these suggestions:

Start Off Slow:

If you are taking it orally, you can start off with lower dosages, and slowly increase it as necessary. Because CBD may stay in your body for a certain number of hours, you want to be mindful as to how much and what time of the day you want to take it. Also, if there are trace amounts of THC in a full spectrum formula that you’re ingesting, you certainly want to start out slowly to see how sensitive you are to the formula.

If you would like the calming effects throughout the day to tackle your busy schedule, you may want to take a dose in the morning and again later in the afternoon. You can also take CBD before bed with a nice cup of calming tea to wind down your day. The benefits build up over time, and the key is to be patient. The more consistent you consume CBD, the stronger your “Endocannabinoid System” will be, which will help with pain reduction, immune response, appetite and mood… the list goes on!

Don’t Be Afraid to Try New Things:

As mentioned before, there are so many CBD products on the market. Capsules are easier to take – you can pop one and go. As for tinctures, you can control the amount you take easily. Topical methods of taking CBD like a pain stick, cream or bath soak are super easy and effective, and you can definitely use as much CBD as you’d like topically. Your body doesn’t always want the same thing all the time, so trying different methods of adding CBD to your daily regimen is the best way to figure out what works best for you. And remember – you can’t overdose on CBD!