Hemp Extracts

Dosage Chart For Popular Hemp Extracts Like CBD, CBG and CBN

Hemp extract oils have grown in popularity over the last few years and many of those who have tried this alternative cannabis-based medicines are seeing amazing results for health concerns that include everything from arthritis pain and PMS to stress and mood balance.

There are over one hundred different cannabinoids found in the hemp plant that are responsible for these benefits, including cannabidiol (CBD), cannabigerol (CBG), and cannabinol (CBN).

While these cannabinoids work to support better health, users often find themselves a bit confused as to how much CBD and other “minor” cannabinoids they should take for an effective dose.

The problem is further compounded by the fact that different manufacturers use different concentrations of hemp extract oils and different sized bottles, so most users have a hard time figuring out exactly how much of a particular cannabinoid like CBD or CBG they are taking.

This short guide aims to explain how to determine the concentration of CBD, CBN, or CBG you’ll find in each dose of the hemp extract oil you are taking and how much of each extract you should take based on factors like body weight and therapeutic need.

This extensive dosage information for CBD, CBG, and CBN has been assembled from the detailed research published at Cannabiva.com.

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Determine the Amount of Hemp Extract in Each Dose

Amount of Hemp Extract

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The first step in making sure you’re taking the right dosage of cannabidiol, cannabinol, or cannabigerol is to determine exactly how much of each of these hemp extracts is in a dose.

With so many different products on the market, this can seem like a difficult task, but it doesn’t have to be.

Most manufacturers will provide you with information that includes how much CBD, CBN, or CBG is in the entire bottle, and some bottle labels will also include specific information about how many milligrams are in a single dropper dose, capsule, or gummy.

Softgel capsules and gummies tend to be fairly straightforward, with a specific milligram amount for how much each of them will contain.

Oils, however, can be a bit confusing.

To find how much of a particular extract is in your bottle, simply take the total amount of extract (such as CBD) in the bottle, usually depicted with something like CBD 750MG, CBD 1500MG, CBD 3000MG, etc., and divide this total amount of extract by the number of total milliliters in the bottle.

Most bottles are one ounce of oil, or 30 milliliters.

With this information, you can calculate the amount per dose using a simple formula wherein you divide the total amount of extract in milligrams by the total amount of milliliters.

In the case of 1500MG, there are 1,500 milligrams of CBD. Divide this number by 30 milliliters (total amount of extract oil in the bottle), and your result will be 50 milligrams of CBD per 1 milliliter.

Hemp Extract Dosage Chart and Suggestions

Now that you know exactly how much CBD or other extract you are taking in milligrams in every milliliter of your oil, you can use the following chart to find the dosage amount that’s right for you.

First-time users will want to begin with a mild starter dose for the first few days. After carefully monitoring how you respond to your new natural medicine, you can begin increasing your dosage based on your specific body weight or therapeutic need.

Here are some weight-based guidelines provided by Cannabiva.com dosage charts:

Hemp Extract Dosage

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Cannabidiol (CBD)

Mild Dose: 0.25 milligrams per pound of body weight

Average Dose: 0.50 milligrams per pound

Maximum Strength Dose: 1.5 milligrams per pound

Cannabinol (CBN)

Mild Dose: 0.03 milligrams per pound of body weight

Average Dose: 0.08 milligrams per pound

Maximum Strength Dose: 0.3 milligrams per pound

Cannabigerol (CBG)

Mild Dose: 0.03 milligrams per pound of body weight

Average Dose: 0.08 milligrams per pound

Maximum Strength Dose: 0.3 milligrams per pound

To determine your ideal dose, multiply your weight in pounds by the strength of the dose you’d like to take.



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These dosage suggestions are based on the latest clinical study data and focus on efficacy and safety.

Speak with your doctor before adding any new medicine, even natural medicine, to your daily diet. Be sure to follow dosage instructions from your doctor and the product manufacturer. Monitor your response closely. Discontinue use if you experience adverse effects.