CBD Usage and Dosage

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CBD Usage and CBD Dosage Frequently Asked Questions

While CBD usage and CBD dosage are highly dependent upon each person’s unique situation, below are some helpful guidelines to help you on your journey.

 

Experimenting with different products while carefully tracking your symptoms will help you to know what works best for you. Using this approach, it makes sense to start with an isolate first, and then use a broad spectrum second. That way you can tell if a broad spectrum offers you an additive effect.

Most clinical research has been done using isolated CBD. Because of this design, research supports the use of an isolate, but it is very possible that broad spectrums would have the same (or perhaps better) effects if they were studied under the same conditions. We tend to instinctively think that products that contain “more” (such as broad-spectrum CBD products) will be better than those that contain “less” (such as isolated CBD products) but this is not necessarily the case.

 

 

If you are new to CBD, start with using  Fringe Mana CBD Isolate in the mornings. It is one cannabinoid (just CBD), and you can learn a lot from the simplicity in that formulation. The CBD will be in your system in about 15 minutes, peaks around an hour and is out of your system in 6 hours.

Once you have established how your morning dose makes you feel, consider trying  that dosage later in the day or in the evening for a more sedative effect to aid with your rest and recovery. 

Once you know how the Fringe Mana makes you feel, consider trying the Fringe Henko. It is a broad-spectrum CBD blend with additional compounds found in the hemp plant included in the formulation. You may find that you like how it makes you feel in the day or that it creates a more sedative effect for you at night. 

Lastly, if you have localized discomfort or are experiencing skin issues, our Mysa topical includes 1,000mg of CBD. We also added yuzu and lavender essential oils to make it smell good.

The best way to assess your response to different products is to keep a daily record of how you are feeling and how you are sleeping. When adding any new supplement routine into your days, Start Low and Go Slow.

 

You sure can!

Much like moving our bodies, focusing on our breathing, spending time outdoors and eating whole foods; CBD is a daily nutrient for our body and our mind in the modern world. Fringe CBD is easy to use, has an increased effectiveness in our bodies and can help with a host of important physiological and psychological functions.  It is safe, effective and clinically relevant in use for pain, sleep and mental health.

 

 

A half to a full packet (15 to 30mg) of Fringe CBD every day is a great starting point. Fringe water-soluble CBD will be equivalent to a higher dose of oil soluble CBD – it is absorbed 4-5x more efficiently by your body. If an effect is not observed with 15 or 30mg, this dose could be increased. 

Change can be immediate or gradual and there are many factors that can affect how you are feeling or how well you are sleeping.  Lower doses of CBD are great for inflammation and mood stabilization. Higher doses are more sedative and help with sleep.

Ultimately, you want to take the least amount needed for the best effect. You can increase your dose as you start to understand how CBD is helping your body.

 

A half to a full packet (15 to 30mg) of Fringe CBD every day is a great starting point. Fringe water-soluble CBD will be equivalent to a higher dose of oil soluble CBD – it is absorbed 4-5x more efficiently by your body. If an effect is not observed with 15 or 30mg, this dose could be increased. 

Change can be immediate or gradual and there are many factors that can affect how you are feeling or how well you are sleeping.  Lower doses of CBD are great for inflammation and mood stabilization. Higher doses are more sedative and help with sleep.

Ultimately, you want to take the least amount needed for the best effect. You can increase your dose as you start to understand how CBD is helping your body.

 

You can expect that each dose of Fringe CBD will last up to approximately 6 hours in your bloodstream. Fringe water soluble CBD does not need to be taken with food and gets to work quickly (15 minutes). It will reach a peak concentration in your system about an hour after you have taken it.  Based on this information, you can determine what schedule and timing are appropriate for you to take Fringe for pain, inflammation, recovery, mood, focus or sleep. ⁠

If you take CBD daily, you’ll continuously reduce your inflammation, which over time, should reduce your pain and keeps flare-ups at bay. Whether CBD is cumulative has not been investigated in research studies. However, some of the benefits of taking CBD may certainly appear to increase with daily use. For example, since CBD reduces inflammation, progressive and cumulative decreases in inflammation will be experienced over time with daily use. ⁠

 

It is very probable that your dosage of Fringe CBD will fluctuate with what you have going in your life and in your body.  As you tune in to what is going on in your body, you will know when you could use a little more CBD to support your wellness, and when you could need a little less.

Times to consider increasing your Fringe CBD dosage – times of increased stress, to support recovery from intense physical activity, during hormonal cycles, to support your sleep cycle, to help with recovery from an injury or during an illness.

 

How do you feel? Did the dosage make you more alert and focused? – you have found a good day time dose. Did the dosage lessen your pain? 

Did the dosage calm you? – you have found a good day time dose  or evening dose for rest

Did the dosage make you a little sleepy? – you likely have found a good sleep dose. 

Once you have established how your morning dose makes you feel, consider increasing that dosage in the day for more effect or in the evening for a more sedative effect to aid with your rest and recovery. CBD is very safe, but it is just logical to take the least amount needed for the desired effect.

 

You will only need to take more if you don’t see an improvement when you track symptoms. It isn’t recommended to start with more than 30mg of Fringe CBD, as this might cause you to mistake your optimal dose as being higher than it really is (and therefore require you to spend more money on product than you need to).

 

 

You will only need to take more if you don’t see an improvement when you track symptoms. It isn’t recommended to start with more than 30mg of Fringe CBD, as this might cause you to mistake your optimal dose as being higher than it really is (and therefore require you to spend more money on product than you need to).

 

Water soluble CBD does not need to be taken with food and takes effect quickly 10-15 minutes. Oil soluble CBD should be taken with food, a delayed effect anywhere from 1-4 hours. Based on this, you can determine what schedule and timing are appropriate for you and plan accordingly. You can expect that each dose of orally ingested CBD will last up to approximately 6 hours in your bloodstream.

 

 

Fringe CBD in the mornings is great to support an overall wellness routine, help with inflammation, pain and mood. 

Fringe in the evenings, 30 minutes before bed is great to support your sleep. 

Take Fringe as needed for stress, anxiety, depression, and pain.

 

The effects of CBD are personal. We know that lower doses of CBD may be more mood stabilizing/promote focus and higher doses may have a more calming/sedative/sleepy effect.

 

You should monitor the symptoms that you are trying to help. The best way to do this is to keep a daily record of your symptoms and intake of CBD products. Review this every few days to see how you are responding. Be specific: if you are trying to improve sleep, record the time you go to bed, the time you wake up, the number of nighttime awakenings, and the quality of your sleep. It takes some effort to do this but it’s really important to get a clear understanding of what is happening in your body.

Everyone experiences results from CBD differently, but common results reported include feeling more relaxed, reduced anxiety, sleeping more deeply, a “quieter mind,” and reduced pain.

 

There are very few adverse events associated with CBD intake, if you do experience an unpleasant side effect, reduce your level of intake. Higher doses of CBD may be sedative for some people, while lower doses may promote wakefulness for others. Tracking how you feel, and the timing and dose of CBD intake will help you to know how your body is responding. It is important to “start low and go slow” so that you know how your body responds to different levels of intake and can take the level that is optimal for you.

 

There is no evidence that people build up a tolerance to CBD.

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