I wandered into a beautiful CBD dispensary just this week in the midwest. The owner was a sweet person and knowledgable about some things they were saying. Although were never actually listening to the customer. They never asked the customer what they were looking for and how did the last product work. The owner would just ramble and ramble doing their best to sell this customer on what ever they could.
I understand we need to make sales and we want to build a customer base of loyal people, but that involves speaking truthfully. This customer asked the owner how much they should start off taking, as I sat back and just listened, the owner went on to steer this customer into all kinds of directions leaving them confused. Even I was confused on what she was actually saying and what the customer actually wanted.
The moral of this is listen to the customer, ask questions, and if they have never taken CBD before start them low on dosing and work their way up. Where as this store owner was saying “I take high dosage” “I, I, I”. What works for some may not work for others, but allow the customer to ease into this lifestyle comfortably and gauge their bodies response to the CBD. Tracking what they felt, if they felt anything, and more importantly did it help with what they were originally in the store for. Then go from there.
When someone ask how much should I take this is a good response in my opinion. You can find this on our FAQ page.
a. An effective dosage can range from as little as 5mg of CBD per day up to
150mg per day. Make sure to start low and go slow. Take a few small
doses over the course of the day rather than one bid dose. Use the same
dose for several days. Observe the effects and if necessary adjust the
b. How much someone should take depends on: your body weight, the
condition you’re treating, your individual body chemistry, the concentration
of CBD in each pill, gummy, capsule, or drop.
c. As a rule of thumb, 10% of your body weight is a good place to start for a
relatively healthy adult – this is anecdotal, and not medical advice.