Dosages for full-spectrum CBD
Day 1: 5 mg
Day 2: 5 mg
Day 3: 10 mg (if you haven’t yet reached your desired effect)
Day 4: 10 mg
Day 5: 15 mg (if you haven’t yet reached your desired effect)
Day 6: 15 mg
Day 7: 20 mg (if you haven’t yet reached your desired effect)
Day 8: 20 mg
Day 9: 25 mg (if you haven’t yet reached your desired effect)
Continue increasing your dose until you get the maximum benefit. If you notice any unwanted response to CBD (such as dizziness), reduce your intake.
Researchers at Western University have shown for the first time the molecular mechanisms at work that cause cannabidiol, or CBD, to block the psychiatric side-effects caused by tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive chemical in cannabis. It has been previously shown that strains of cannabis with high levels of THC and low levels of CBD can cause increased psychiatric effects, including paranoia, anxiety and addictive-behaviours, but why that was occurring was not fully understood. Steven Laviolette, PhD, and his research team used rats to investigate the role of a molecule in the brain's hippocampus called extracellular-signal regulated kinase (ERK) which triggers the neuropsychiatric effects of THC. "For years we have known that strains of cannabis high in THC and low in...