CBD is very good for treating anxiety and can be a good alternative to prescription medications because it rarely has side effects. When people do experience side effects with CBD, they are usually not bad and not as intense as everyone may think. That’s because CBD is non-psychoactive. There are many benefits to using CBD. Some of the benefits include Relaxing, Calms you down, Improved Mood, Improved sleep, Left distracting thoughts, Improved sense of well being, Less need (or complete cessation) of using Rx antianxiety medication and thus fewer side effects. It’s an amazing product that has helped so many people around the world. All we can do is ask that you try it and see if it helps you.
Some people may find that using CBD for anxiety makes them too sleepy, sedated, or detached. Others like myself may appreciate this effect because it helps them sleep and get better rest. If CBD makes you sleepy, you may want to only use it at night. CBD will not work for everyone for anxiety. The symptom of anxiety is far too complex for there to be a simple drug to treat it with. When I am feeling anxious, CBD does work for me. I find the effects to be sedating and detaching. But that is me. I have seen countless examples on the internet of life-changing experiences with CBD for anxiety. If you suffer from anxiety or depression and have not found success with conventional medications or supplements, CBD is definitely worth a try. It may just be the game changer you are looking for.
Most people like to either vape CBD or use a tincture for anxiety. These are the two fastest methods of ingestion. With vaping, people will figure out the best dose for themselves through trial and error. You can just do one draw at a time and you will find what works best for you. For tinctures, we always recommend you start with a low dose and work your way up slowly. “Start low and go slow”. You can start with as little as 5 mg of CBD and work your way up from there. I usually take anywhere from 5 – 20 drops of CBD myself. It really helps me out a lot. Some people find that 20 – 25 mg of CBD is a good daily dose for their anxiety symptoms. You can use CBD capsules as well. Just make sure you check the bottle for the CBD mg content of each capsule before you take it for the first time.