How People are using CBD Tincture For Anxiety
Tinctures are the most popular way to take CBD oil. Most people use CBD tinctures for anxiety and pain management. The problem is majority of the population don’t know how to dose properly.
According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders affect more than 18 percent of the population each year. CBD tinctures have shown to work well for anxiety and pain management, but an overwhelming percentage of users don’t know how to use it. CBD tinctures come in a variety of strengths, from 250 mg/ml up to 3,000 mg/ml. Which is best for you? While some individuals take CBD oil to soothe their everyday worries, others use it to treat more serious anxiety disorders.
It’s general knowledge based on results over the last few years that a lower daily dose from a 300mg tincture body works for anxiety management. Most CBD companies package their 300mg tinctures in a 30ml bottle, so a daily dose would be a 1 ml dropper. For pain management a stronger tincture is used, 600-900mg/ml.
Because CBD oil is mostly unregulated, a lot of products are incorrectly labeled. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2017 found that nearly 70 percent of all CBD products sold online are mislabeled and that a number of products contain a significant amount of THC. Lots of companies see this industry as a way to get rich quick and do not have the consumers best interest in mind. Since THC can aggravate anxiety and make your heart beat faster than normal, it’s possible that using CBD oil that contains THC might make your anxiety worse.