CBD Dosing


The statements regarding CBD have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. CBD is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

By and large, the acceptance and use of cannabidiol as a therapeutic, healing substance is in its infancy. Medical professionals and scientists are only now beginning to develop dosing schedules for medical marijuana, medicinal hemp, and their extracts (including CBD).

Even with the current wave of states allowing CBD sales, many physicians and pharmacists are hesitant to prescribe or recommend cannabinoids like CBD.

This is for two reasons:

1 – Doctor and Pharmacists cannot prescribe (only recommend) cannabinoids, because there is no recommended daily allowance (RDA) or universal dose for all people.

2 – Most medical and pharmacy schools never cover CBD/cannabidiol therapy in their pharmacology courses (the drug curriculum revolves primarily around substances that can be patented).

Because there is no recommended dose, the information presented on this page is intended to serve only as an informational guide – a starting point of reference – and should never be considered medical advice.

When it comes to cannabinoids, there is one universal truth to keep in mind:

Everyone Is Different