CBD Ain’t Hitting for Me: Here’s How to Fix It

CBD Ain't Hitting for Me: Here's How to Fix It

Yo, what’s up my dudes? It’s Dan, and today we’re talking about CBD. Now, some people swear by it and can feel the effects right away. But for some of us, it takes a minute to feel anything at all. If you’re one of them peeps that ain’t feeling the CBD vibes, don’t worry, we got you. Here are a few tips to help you out.

First off, you gotta remember that everyone’s body is different. Age, gender, weight, and other factors can affect how your body reacts to the CBD. So if you tried CBD already and didn’t feel anything, don’t give up just yet.

One thing to consider is the percentage and dose. CBD comes in different concentrations expressed as percentages. The higher the percentage, the more potent the CBD content. So if you tried a low-percentage product and didn’t feel anything, try a stronger option. When trying CBD for the first time, start with low doses at a low frequency and slowly increase your dose until you find your sweet spot.

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The second thing to consider is the method of ingestion. Most people start by swallowing drops of CBD oil, but this method doesn’t work for everyone. Try using sublingual administration instead by placing the drops under your tongue. This method improves bioavailability, allowing CBD to pass through the oral mucosa into the capillary bed below and granting near-immediate access to systemic circulation.

Keep in mind that the speed at which CBD works varies by person because it depends on your unique physiology. It usually takes some time for new users to experience the effects of CBD, so exercise some patience and don’t give up too soon.

Another way to boost levels of anandamide (aka “the bliss molecule”) is through exercise and diet. Exercise helps enhance circulating levels of anandamide, while dietary fatty acids are precursors to endocannabinoids. Foods like eggs, chicken, beef, anchovies, tuna, spinach, kale, and dill all contain relatively high levels of anandamide.

Lastly, manage your expectations when trying CBD. Don’t expect a magic bullet for all your problems because that’s just unrealistic. Instead, try to notice subtle differences in how you feel after taking it.

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Remember that CBD doesn’t work for everyone but that doesn’t mean you should give up on it altogether. There are over 100 other cannabinoids currently under investigation, so keep exploring and experimenting until you find what works best for you.

That’s it for me today folks! Stay trippy my friends!

1 thought on “CBD Ain’t Hitting for Me: Here’s How to Fix It”

  1. I feel you on this. Sometimes CBD just dont hit right. Maybe try switchin up the brand or dosage, it made a big difference for me. All bout finding what works for your body.


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