Read this before taking CBD for the first time.

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If you’ve never taken CBD, you may be hesitant to try it out. That’s okay! Here are some pro tips to help maximize the benefits of incann CBD products.

First, ask yourself, why is it that you want to take CBD? Do you feel unbalanced? Is there a specific area you’re trying to target? Would this be for something internal, or external? Finding out exactly why you want to take CBD can help narrow down your consumption options.

Dosage. Dosage. Dosage. This varies amongst everyone, but how can one find the right amount? Start low, be patient. 5mg may not sound like a lot, but if your body has never come across cannabinoids before it may as well be enough. With our tinctures, we give you a breakdown on how much CBD is in the bottle, and in your dropper. On your dropper, you’ll see a measurement line for exactly 1ml. So in our 500 mg tincture, a 1ml dropper full will provide approximately 17mg of CBD. Start by taking only half ml with roughly 8mg of CBD. Working your way up helps your body adjust and build up a tolerance. Now, let’s not get ahead of ourselves. This isn’t some sort of magic potion that will instantly change your life overnight. But don’t be surprised if you don’t start seeing possible benefits until a few days or even weeks after adding CBD to your routine.

Consistency is key. A great tool to document your consumption can be as simple as a journal entry. Write down every time you take CBD; include the date, time, serving size, what you took it for, the method in which you consumed, how you felt before, and how you felt after. This is something that medical professionals and researchers would love. Who knows, the journal entries of your CBD regiment can one day play a role in much needed clinical trials of cannabis research. 

If you’re still unsure about CBD, please feel free to email me personally at I would love to talk CBD and give a further breakdown of our products.

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