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Are you one of the people who heard about CBD, gave it a shot and then…nothing? Of course, you’re not the only one. Some people try one CBD product and don’t see the results they’re expecting. So, they make the mistake of assuming CBD doesn’t work for them at all. 

However, CBD products are not universal, one-size-fits-all solutions. Everyone is different, and reacts differently to specific products, doses, dosage times and brands. And since CBD is still a new commodity, there’s still a lot of uncertainty about what it is, where to buy it and how to take it. In this post, we’ll explore some of the reason why your CBD may not be working for you.  

 

1. You Need to Find a Quality CBD Supplier/Brand 

Unfortunately, not every CBD merchant is the same. Many are reputable and have a passion for high quality. However, there are definitely other unscrupulous suppliers looking to cash in on the CBD craze with little concern for the product itself. 

A lot of these brands will exaggerate potency, lie about purity, and so of course their customers will assume CBD doesn’t work for them. But, the truth is that the supplier didn’t care about cultivating the very best quality product, and that’s why they were left disappointed. 

The best way to identify quality is to check hemp growth, harvest practices, extraction methods, customer reviews and lab reports. 

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2. Practice to Find the Right Dose of CBD

It’s possible that your dosage isn’t correct. Generally, the CBD dosage rule of thumb is to start low and work your way up. However, in some cases, this means that a lot of people begin taking CBD at dosages that won’t have any palpable effect on them.

Like we said: everyone is different and reacts to CBD in their own individual way. Trial and error is to be expected.

3. Choose a Full-Specturm CBD Product

If you hear the term “full spectrum” in discussions about CBD, and don’t know what it means, we’ll fill you in.  Full Spectrum means the CBD contains all of the cannabinoids (whole plant extract) and the terpenes of the hemp plant.

There’s over a hundred cannabinoids including THC, CBD, CBN & CBG. And Full Spectrum products create the “entourage effect,” when all of the elements work in sync to enhance the healing and therapeutic properties of the product. These products tend to maximize the physical, emotional and psychological health of the user. CBD Isolates (non-Full Spectrum) don’t have this same effect.

If CBD Isolates are the only kind of product you have experience with, then you haven’t been experiencing the complete benefits that CBD can deliver. 

 

Conclusion – Route 27 Hemp Yard

Ultimately, the only way to find out what’s your optimal CBD product is to experiment with different varieties and find what you like best. However, you should never assume that it won’t work for you after one product. At Route 27 Hemp Yard, our passion for high-quality cultivation and customer transparency enables us to create a superior product that yields spectacular results.