As a family medical doctor, Dr. Chad often encounters patients seeking relief from pain who are curious about the best time to take CBD.
When is the best time to take CBD for pain?
Drum roll please…
THERE ISN’T ONE.
The best time to take CBD is when you need it and it’s appropriate for YOU.
One of the unique aspects of CBD is that there is no universally agreed-upon “best” time to take it for pain relief.
CBD affects individuals differently, so the timing that works for one person may not work for another.
The good news is that CBD is safe enough that it can be taken as needed throughout the day.
Whether you choose to take it in the morning, afternoon, or evening depends on your personal preference and how CBD interacts with your body.
How much CBD should I take for pain?
Start low and go slow.
(Heard that before? It’s still true.)
Finding the optimal CBD dosage to reduce pain and inflammation can be a trial-and-error process, as it varies from person to person.
If you’re new to CBD, it is generally recommended to start with a low dose if you’re taking it orally.
If you’re using a topical CBD product, you may apply it as needed to help with your pain.
When is the best time to take CBD – morning or night?
Whether to take CBD in the morning or at night depends on your specific needs and preferences.
Some people like taking CBD in the morning because it helps them start the day with a sense of calm and focus.
Others prefer taking it at night to promote relaxation and improve sleep quality.
Experimenting with different times of the day is key to determining what works BEST FOR YOU.
In conclusion, there is no definitive “best” time to take CBD for pain, as it varies from person to person.
CBD is safe enough to be taken as needed throughout the day, allowing for flexibility in dosing.
As always, check with a doctor if you are taking prescription medications, and only choose the best products.
We want your best.