Carolina Cannabinoids LLC
Charlotte, NC 28206

Dosage Guidelines

Contents in this section is reproduced from The Patient’s Guide to CBD, created by Americans for Safe Access (ASA) for the benefit of patients, prospective patients, healthcare providers, consumers, and anyone interested in learning more about CBD. Please download the entire document here:
Further references regarding Low Dose, Medium Dose and High Dose is drawn from the book CBD : A Patient’s Guide to Medicinal Cannabis by Leonard Leinow and Juliana Birnbaum. We recommend our customers to purchase this book for their own reference and guidance.

CBD Administration

Refer to the picture of a graduated pipette below. 1 dropper of our product contains 0.8 ml of tincture, which provides 26.7 mg of CBD.

Drop the tincture oil under the tongue (sublingual) and hold for 2 minutes. Start with a low dose and gradually increase dosage as per your requirements.

Dosage Guidelines

Refer to the book CBD : A Patient’s Guide to Medicinal Cannabis by Leonard Leinow and Juliana Birnbaum for dosing guidance to alleviate disease conditions. Dosage can be classified as bellow :

  1. Low Dose is considered to be between 0.5 mg to 24 mg of CBD per day.  To achieve Low Dose, do not exceed 1 dropper or 0.8 ml of our product.
  2. Medium Dose is between 10 mg to 120 mg of CBD per day. 
  3. High Dose is between 50 mg and 800 mg of CBD/dose/day. 

Indicated Uses

Research into the types of conditions and symptoms that cannabidiol (CBD) may be used to treat is increasing, but there is a need for further research in order to continue to elucidate not only additional medicinal properties of CBD, but the ratios of cannabinoid to terpene content that are best suited for treatment. Many are familiar with CBD’s anticonvulsant properties and its use as a treatment for seizure disorders, but CBD has also been indicated for use as an antispasmodic, analgesic, antipsoriatic, anxiolytic, and antipsychotic because of its neuroprotective and immunosuppressive properties. Figure 1 highlights some of the cannabinoids, their medicinal properties, and a theoretical mechanism of action for their indicated uses Figure 1: