If your doctor has not indicated a specific dose of CBD in your prescription, you should start with 10-20 mg daily. This is the starting dose of CBD. You should follow this dosage within the first week of taking the supplement. This trial period is necessary to verify the drug’s normal tolerability. Side effects of taking CBD are not very common. However, doctors recommend you not to exceed the minimum recommended dose.

If the dose of up to 20 mg per day does not have a pronounced effect, it should be increased every 5-7 days in increments of 5 mg per day. There is a need to increase the dose until the desired therapeutic effect is achieved.

The upper permissible limit used in clinical studies is a dose of 800 mg per day. In some studies, there was an increase of 1500 mg per day without detecting side effects in the subjects. You can safely use CBD within these limits but increase the dose gradually. At the same time, you need to carefully monitor your physical and psychological condition. If there are deviations from the norm or detection of side effects, you need to contact the medical specialist who prescribed the drug.

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