Many people expect instant results when they first start taking CBD oil. But that’s more the exception than the rule. The lack of immediate results can lead some to quickly give up on CBD oil and declare that it doesn’t work for them, a better approach is to have realistic expectations when starting out. For many, results are not achieved for several weeks. Perseverance is key
5 Potential Reasons Why CBD Might Not Be Working For You
The purpose of this article is to present 5 potential reasons why CBD might not be working for you, or may have stopped working, and suggest what you can do to increase your chances of achieving your goal.
Choose a brand and product wisely
The first decision that you had to make after deciding to try CBD oil was where to buy CBD. You should get a high-quality product from a reputable company with third party lab reports.
But a product that works great for one person may not work at all for another person even if they are treating a similar condition.
Also be sure you know whether the product you’re using is full spectrum, CBD isolate (0% THC) or a hybrid of those. If you bought an isolate and haven’t gotten any results, you may need to try a full spectrum product or vice versa
Taking too much CBD or too little CBD is the #1 reason that hinders effectiveness for beginners. Unlike aspirin where a standard dose of 2 tablets will be effective for the majority of people, the “right” dose of CBD is highly individual
Your goal is to find the optimal dose for you specifically. Again, you’ll need to do some experimentation to figure out what’s best for you to find your personal “sweet spot” dose. Dosage is something that needs to be evaluated on a
What is Bioavailability? Bioavailability refers to the percentage of CBD that actually gets into your bloodstream. The different ways of taking CBD have different levels of bioavailability. For example, 25 milligrams of CBD taken sublingually typically results in
So depending on how you are taking your CBD, you may be getting less CBD into your system than you think.
Genetics may be to blame.
Approximately 15-20% of people are genetically disposed to their body producing higher levels of natural endocannabinoids. This is generally a good thing for the overall well-being of those people. But the higher level of natural end
Building a tolerance.
After you’ve been taking CBD for awhile, it’s natural to expect that a tolerance will build up over time. You may find that you have to take a higher dose to achieve the same results you got from lower doses previously. At that point, you may want to consider taking a “break” from CBD to allow your endocannabinoid receptors to reset. After a couple of weeks, you can resume taking CBD and hopefully you’ll achieve your desired results
CBD oil is not a quick fix or miracle cure. Although many people receive benefits quickly, you shouldn’t expect to achieve the same results even if you follow all of the best practices discussed above. It is a great daily supplement to help your body perform well and I would recommend it to everyone.
WRITTEN BY BRUCE HOVLAND