How Often Can You Take CBD Oil?

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What if you forget? Can you take too much CBD? Your questions answered.

 

It happens to the best of us. You crawl out of bed, shower, grab a bite to eat and head off to work trying not to spill your coffee on the drive. Then, you might feel a little off or have a rocky start to your day and realize – you forgot to take your CBD tinctures that morning. 

What now? How often can you take CBD oil? Can you simply take it later in the day than normal? Or should you skip that serving and wait until it is time for your next one?

Many people wonder if you can take too much CBD or when to take CBD. We’ll cover some of these common questions for you today so you can take your CBD oil tinctures or CBD softgels with confidence knowing you are doing the best you can for your body and well-being.

Key Points

  • When to take CBD
  • The concept of half-life and how that applies
  • How to take CBD

And We’ll Answer

  • How often can you take CBD?
  • Can you take too much CBD?

When to Take CBD

CBD products work best when taken on a regular basis, preferably twice daily at the same times each day and evening. This way the CBD stays in your system more consistently delivering those CBD benefits we all love. 

The simplest answer for when to take CBD is – once in the morning, preferably when you first wake up, and once in the evening, about a half-hour to an hour before you go to bed.

This two-serving CBD regimen is what most people start out on and continue as a regular daily plan for wellness support and support for a healthy sleep cycle. Many people feel a greater sense of calm and wellness while on a regular regimen of CBD products. Full spectrum products contain .3% or less of THC and if you want to avoid the THC in your CBD oil you can opt for the broad spectrum CBD options.

What Is CBD Half-Life?

Half-life is a term typically used for medications but the concept applies to anything you put in your body. It refers to the time it takes for said product or supplement to essentially be halved in your system. For CBD products it typically takes about 1-2 days.

This is why we say that CBD “builds up in your system.” It is because typically the products are taken twice daily, making sure that each serving, once halved in your system, is followed by another serving. This keeps the amount of CBD in your system more consistent thereby delivering CBD benefits for you around the clock.

Some CBD products are metabolized quicker than others and this is important to know about the CBD products you are taking. This is why the CBD tinctures and CBD softgels are so popular as they stay in your system longer than CBD gummies or other edibles, for example. While edibles are great for taking when you need that extra boost of benefits, it is best for overall performance to take regular tinctures or softgels, whichever form you prefer.

How Often Can You Take CBD?

You can take CBD more often or less often than the twice-daily recommendation. The trick is to determine the amount that works best for you and stick with it. Let’s take a closer look at the frequency of your CBD servings and what to do if you miss one.

Can You Take Too Much CBD?

Many people ask us “Can you take too much CBD?”  There’s not really a “too much” level of CBD but you can take more than is helpful. This is because there’s no particular maximum or minimum amount for how to take CBD. Taking an excess of CBD may not give you greater benefits as the body will use what it needs. So, while it is not necessarily going to be particularly harmful, it is rather wasteful of your CBD products to take more than what is beneficial to you.

If you are taking entirely too much CBD, you may feel some adverse effects such as:

  • Drowsiness
  • Stomach discomfort or nausea
  • Dry mouth

Sometimes, though, you may need a little more CBD than you normally take. It is ok to take a higher serving of your regular amounts or you can supplement with additional servings or micro-servings if you have had a particularly busy or stressful day or if you are having temporary difficulties getting the rest you need. The CBD in your system would get a little boost when you need it. 

What if You Forget to Take Your CBD

One reason people wonder how often you can take CBD oil is because they missed a serving and want to know if it will hurt them to take it when they remember. If you forget to take your CBD, it’s ok. Remember that there is still some CBD in your system, only less of it than if you’d taken your regular serving on time.

You can try these three options to help your body deal with the drop in CBD.

Consider How Long Until You Take Your Next Serving

Calculate how long it will be until your next serving. If you normally wait 12 hours between servings, consider what time it is. If it is less than half of 12 hours, then you may want to go ahead and take your regular serving. Though taken late, it will be ok to take it. Resume your regular schedule with the next serving and carry on.

If you do not feel comfortable taking the full serving since you are taking it late in the day, you can decrease the amount you normally take depending on how late you are taking it. For example, if you are about 25% of those 12 hours late, then take 25% less than your regular amount.

Consider a Micro-Serving

A micro-serving is a technique used by many athletes as a boost before or after their workout to provide CBD benefits to support their workout routines. But it can also be helpful if you have forgotten to take your CBD.

A micro-serving is a ¼-½ serving of CBD meant to be a boost, when needed. If you opt to do this when you miss your serving, say in the morning, you can take a micro-serving when you get in from work and then resume your regular serving size at bedtime.

Skip the Serving and Resume Your CBD Regimen with the Next Serving

It’s totally ok to miss a serving altogether. You may feel a little different during the day or you may not notice if you miss one serving before bed. Simply take your next regular serving on time. 

Asé Pure Naturals Makes Your CBD Servings Simple

Many people who seek wellness gravitate toward Asé Pure Naturals for the wholesome perks: 

  • 100% natural
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegan* with the exception of Softgels which contain bovine gelatin capsule
  • Cruelty-free
  • Made with organic ingredients. 
  • Hemp grown in the USA
  • Made in the USA in a CGMP facility
  • Free of toxic additives, heavy metals, microbials, mycotoxins, mold, and residual solvents.

But when it comes to how to take CBD, we also offer simple, easy solutions that fit right into your lifestyle. Keeping it simple can help you to remember your regular servings and stay on track for your health and wellness goals.

Servings are easier to keep up with given the simplified CBD product line up we have here at Asé Pure Naturals. If you take the CBD capsules regularly, it’s hard to fit in a micro-serving, but you can keep a bottle of the CBD tinctures on hand for these times. Make sure you take an equal amount or less of CBD via the tinctures for those moments when you’ve missed a serving or even if you decide you might need a boost for other reasons. It’s ok to use both of these products in the course of a day. Though the delivery systems differ, the CBD content and benefits do not if they are the same strengths.

Also, if you are taking CBD to help with occasional soreness, you could keep some CBD roll-on to use for targeted relief.

A Quick Recap

Can you take too much CBD? – Not really, but there’s no sense in taking excess. It doesn’t help more and you could have a few adverse reactions to the overload.

How to take CBD –  Twice daily with Asé Pure Naturals tinctures and softgels.

How often can you take CBD? – Twice daily is recommended and you can add other smaller servings as you feel it is needed.

When to take CBD –  Each morning and night, and use the helpful tips in this article if you miss a serving and aren’t sure what to do.

Thanks for reading today and be sure to follow our blog for more helpful articles, tips, and tricks for how to take CBD and get the most from your CBD products.

 

 

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