There is no universal CBD dosage, and it is not always easy to find the right dose. It depends on a number of factors that determine your personal dosage, depending on why you are steaming CBD oil. These factors include:
method of delivery
severity of condition
In addition, cannabidiol acts on several molecular paths in the body, so that the experience of each individual differs due to the above factors, as shown by the experiments of King's College London.
In this manual we will show you how to find the right dose of CBD oil for you.
What is bioavailability?
Each delivery method creates a certain level of bioavailability, which refers to how much CBD can actually be absorbed into your bloodstream. By chance, vaping has the highest bioavailability, a fact recognized by pharmaceutical companies. CBD juice can achieve similar results to food and oral tinctures, using less product, making it one of the most efficient delivery systems for cannabidiol.
CBD capsules and food – 5-15%
CBD tinctures – 20-30%
CBD Vape Oil – 40-50%
So, if you aspirate 10 mg CBD, your body can only absorb 4-5 mg of it, so keep this in mind when calculating your dosage. If you change your shipping method, you will need to adjust your dosage according to your bioavailability.
How do I calculate the dosage?
Always start with the lowest dose for your body weight (see below) and work your way up step by step. If you take too much at the same time, side effects are more common, usually mild drowsiness. Conversely, if you take too little, you may not notice any effect at all.
CBD steam cylinders are generally labelled with the total amount of CBD per cylinder (instead of per ml). Here you can easily find out how much CBD is in your tank:
How much CBD is in each train?
There is no real final answer to this question, as each CBD steam spring and tank is capable of handling different amounts of steam, and each person's train can hold different amounts of steam. A standard 1 mL cartridge can provide a total of 100-200 puffs depending on the duration of the buffer. A 1 ml cartridge with 200 mg CBD gives approximately 1-2 mg CBD per train.
If you are using a vape mod, many of them actually have a puff counter that records every puff you take. You can use this feature to get an idea of how many moves are required to remove a CBD vap juice, then divide the total amount of CBD in your tank by the total number of moves to determine the dose per move.
If you don't need technical information, you can easily find out how often you refill your tank once you have calculated the total CBD per tank, so if your tank contains a total of 66 mg CBD and you evaporate half of it, you have evaporated 33 mg CBD. If you needed about 33 trains, this means that you have taken about 1 mg CBD per train.
Recommended dosages for CBD
This chart gives you a general idea of how much CBD you should take based on your body weight. Always start low and gradually work your way up to you.
Remember that your dosage will vary depending on the condition to be treated. In addition, these dosages are intended for oral use of CBD, so if you are taking steam, you will not need so much due to the higher bioavailability of CBD with steam. Here are a few recommended doses:
Increase appetite in cancer patients – 2.5 mg CBD (best at a ratio of 1:1 with THC, if available, where you live)
Chronic pain – 2.5-20 mg CBD
Epilepsy – 200-300 mg CBD
Sleep disorders – 40-160 mg CBD
Social anxiety – 40-300 mg
By now, you should have a better understanding of how to calculate the perfect dose to vaporize CBD oil. As you have seen, a lot depends on how much CBD to vaporize. The best method is to start as low as possible and then slowly work your way up. Once you have found the lowest dose that is right for you, don't change it. If you feel that you don't get enough, you can always increase in 5 mg increments.