CBD and Dosing

Quite simply, there are no firm rules when it comes to how much CBD is right for you but instead comes down to a combination of your body’s individual metabolism and how much CBD it requires for you to obtain the desired effect or level of relief. Fortunately for us, CBD is very amendable to this sort of personal experimentation in that it passes easily through our system without causing harm. CBD also lacks any significant psychoactive effect, and at most it may make one slightly drowsy at higher dosages—which could be perfect for those suffering from sleep-related issues. In fact, studies have shown that taking CBD before bedtime can raise levels of the sleep-related neurotransmitter adenosine in the brain.

Stigma’s new 3000mg Mint CBD Oil is an enhanced version of our classic formulation, with the same smooth flavor as before combined with an enhanced dose of cannabinoid. Whether you just want to take less oil than before or you simply need more CBD in your personal regimen, this product is a good fit for users of all levels of experience. With a single dropperful of this oil containing 100mg of CBD, our 3000mg Mint Oil allows the user to experiment with dosage like never before. While some people may require dosages of 10 to 20 milligrams of CBD once or twice per day, others may require 100 to 200 milligrams—if not more! 

"Studies have shown that taking CBD before bedtime can raise levels of the sleep-related neurotransmitter adenosine in the brain."

Like Stigma’s other products, the 3000mg Mint is fueled by our organically-grown, full spectrum hemp oil, always free of harmful pesticides and chemicals. Full spectrum means the oil contains the plant’s full array of beneficial compounds—not just CBD but also terpenes and other phytocannabinoids—that offer greater potential therapeutic effects when absorbed en masse than they would if individually isolated. 

Stigma is committed to helping you get the most out of not just your CBD experience but from your own endocannabinoid system as well. Dr. Bradley E Alger of Harvard University explains our rationale best: “ With complex actions in our immune system, nervous system, and virtually all of the body’s organs, the endocannabinoids are literally the bridge between body and mind.” 



Related Posts