When to take CBD depends mainly on three factors: your purpose in taking it, the type of product, and the dosage.

Once you understand how your body responds to CBD, you can plan your dosage amounts and the appropriate time to take it for the best effects.

Understand Your Serving Size

CBD can be beneficial whether taken in the morning or at night, but there is no one-size-fits-all set of guidelines. 

Experts believe that both the dose and the time of the day can, indeed, make a difference in how your body responds to CBD. You can use this knowledge to maximize the benefits of your CBD products.

If your reason for taking CBD is to help with anxiety, then it would be best to take CBD first thing in the morning to have it in your system all day to ease your worries. However, if you are taking CBD to promote better sleep, then taking it at night would make sense to help your brain turn off to get an uninterrupted, peaceful night of rest.

At the right serving size, CBD has the potential to significantly help (potentially with many problems). Appropriate serving size of CBD will give you all the desired effects you need, and there is really no risk of overdose as CBD is harmless even in high concentrations. 

However, most people will feel the little effect if they take too low a serving size, effectively wasting CBD’s powerful beneficial properties. People with different requirements and different metabolisms will need different CBD serving sizes to experience positive effects, and serving sizes can vary dramatically because there is no one-size-fits-all “typical CBD serving size.”

Remember that everybody is different, so be patient and give CBD some time to interact with your endocannabinoid system.

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