How To Take Nature Science CBD Oil To Sleep (PT3)

As part of our mission at Nature Science Group, we’d like to educate the crowd so that misleading information and thus fallacies about cannabis wouldn’t create further confusion and a barrier for potential customers in experiencing the positive effects of products extracted from this wonderful plant.


 

How To Take Nature Science CBD Oil To Sleep (PT3)

HOW TO TAKE CANNABIS OIL TO SLEEP

As we have already mentioned, there are no clear validated indications when it comes to consuming CBD. In principle, we recommend that each person adapt their consumption on an individual level, starting with small doses of ANMA CBD OIL or ABSOLUTE CBD OIL.

In general, experts agree to adopt a daily and regular use to maximize the effects of CBD. All this, under medical consultation if you are taking a drug to ensure that there is no risk of interactions.

 

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ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION

 

The most common way is sublingual use. In Canada, where medicinal Cannabis is legal for ingested consumption, they have the motto “Start low and go slow,” that is, start small and go little by little. Why? Well, because each body is unique and our ECS is too. So the dosage is not standard like typical drugs.

 

FINDING YOUR DOSE

Experts recommend a split dose (that is, 3 times a day, morning, noon and night) and a daily and regular use to achieve the effects. In the case of only suffering from sleep disorders with no other comorbidities, certain studies have opted to take a CBD capsule in the evening after dinner. (14)

 

Generally, certain studies, such as one published by the US National Library of Medicine, begin by administering doses of 25 mg / d. From here, as we have said, it would be a matter of evaluating the effect day by day and listening to our body and in case of modifying, always little by little. The important thing is to keep in mind that our body suffers when generating great changes so that changing the dose significantly and abruptly will never be beneficial. In any case, there is quite a margin of action since there are even studies such as one published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology that indicate that the therapeutic range is between <1 and 50 mg / kg / d, a dose that could be considered very high for a patient. first moment.

 

You can check our Dosage article by clicking here

 

A sublingual dose can vary for a variety of guidelines:

* Our relationship to date with Cannabis use.

* The medications we take

* Our metabolism

* Our age and weight

* Our mental health

* Our mental disposition

* The route used (sublingual, topical, edible, vaporized ect.)

 

Various scientific sources certify that CBD interacts with other hypnotic herbs and supplements such as melatonin, causing a greater degree of sedation and hypnosis. Despite the little evidence and conclusive results on the clear effects of the synergy of both substances, the interaction between the two seems to give us some clue to propose new research in this regard in the future.

It is true that although research is accelerating and advancing in this regard, the sources of journals and scientific articles do not have enough evidence to give certainty of the indications. For this reason, we must promote research in this regard and critical analysis to grow together in knowledge.

 

PRECAUTIONS

If you are taking other medications, consult your doctor to ensure that there are no interactions with CBD. Above all, it is important to rule out interactions with other drugs metabolized in the liver, a process that would result in an increase in the drug at the plasma (blood) level. Even though the exact dose of CBD for the appearance of interactions is not clear, it is assumed that they are cases with high doses of CBD and in no case life-threatening.

 

SIDE EFFECTS

Its action at the level of the endocannabinoid system and other neurochemical systems allows its use to treat sleep with a favorable safety and tolerability profile. To date, no fatal case of cannabis intoxication has been evidenced given its low toxicity index.

In any case, there are a number of possible dose and individual dependent adverse effects. These are usually of moderate-mild intensity and include: tiredness, drowsiness, dry mouth, headaches, dizziness, and decreased appetite.

Also, as the Canna Foundation states, based on current data, CBD is likely not to create tolerance. This would imply that it is not necessary to increase the consumption dose to achieve the same effect over time.

 

 

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