No Change After 7 Days; Does CBD Work?
No Change After 7 Days: Does CBD Work?
When you decide to start a new wellness routine, you want to know exactly when you’re going to see results. Depending on what you are using CBD for, the effect may take longer to achieve.
We have customers who use CBD for sports recovery and some using CBD to reduce stress. It’s important to understand that sometimes it may take time to experience the full benefits.
That’s why we’ve put together this guide for the new CBD customers who are having early doubts because the results haven’t happened overnight. It covers everything from finding the right amount, to when to take it, and when you’ll see results.
How CBD Works
Understanding what CBD does at a cellular level can help you know what to expect when supplementing with CBD. CBD helps reduce enzymes that break down your body’s own naturally occurring cannabinoids thereby allowing for a more balanced Endocannabinoid (ECS) system.
The ECS helps regulate functions such as sleep, immune-system responses, and recovery. It may also regulate hormone levels in the body to bring them back to homeostasis, to give your body balance.
Your level of absorption and reaction to CBD will depend on a variety of factors including your metabolism, biochemistry, genetics and lifestyle. This is why it is so important to find a high quality, reputable product. Once you’ve found that product, the next step is finding the serving size and delivery method that works best for you.
How Much CBD Should I Take?
Everyone’s different and reacts to CBD differently, so finding the ‘right’ amount for you will take a little time.
Increases should be made every 2-4 days until you achieved the desired effect. Some people find it’s helpful to keep a journal of how they’re feeling for the first few days, and then adjust how much you’re taking accordingly.
Starting at night to find the optimal serving size that makes you calm and relaxed will allow you to make adjustments throughout the day for desired effects.
Set a regular time each day to take CBD oil, and then slightly adjust how much you take up or down until you find an amount that works for you.
It is important to pay attention to your body and your body’s reaction to CBD. I encourage you to use your intuition and experiment with different methods in order to find your daily CBD routine. It is dynamic and will need to be altered depending on your current state and goals. A suboptimal serving will likely lead to minimal results and too high of a serving might cause the opposite of what you may be trying to achieve.
How will I get the best results?
As with any wellness routine, consistency is key to achieving the best results. We’d recommend you start by taking the recommended amount of CBD (as suggested on your products packaging) at the time of day that works for you.
Making something a habit is the key to success. If you already have a habit such as making a morning coffee or milky bedtime drink, then take your CBD at the same time, as research shows that piggybacking habits in this way results in successful new habit formation.
Be Honest With Yourself
Lastly, you must give it time to truly ascertain whether you are benefiting from supplementing with CBD.
Track your experience and the effects. Some people find it helpful to take a daily note of when they took CBD, how much they took, and what they noticed about their thoughts and feelings. If you are struggling to find a routine that works for you, get in touch, we’d be happy to hear how you are getting on!
In our experience and in countless customer reviews it has been proven time and time again that almost everyone can benefit from taking CBD.
This is especially true as we age. Providing our body with a tool to maintain balance is key and that tool may be CBD.
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