Research has shown that The Biphasic Properties of CBD has countless effects on the body and because of its many benefits, it’s being used more and more by people as a daily supplement to help support and maintain their health.
However, getting the right dosage is very important as CBD has biphasic properties and may not produce the desired effect if too much or too little is consumed.
So, what does “biphasic” mean?
A biphasic medicine or drug is one which can have different effects on the user depending on the concentration levels in the blood. Alcohol is a biphasic drug too, it works by acting as a stimulant until blood alcohol levels reach a certain percentage (0.05%). After this point, the amount consumed causes sedation and depression.
When it comes to CBD, it’s initial effect is stimulating. When it reacts with the body at lower levels it has been showing extremely positive traits. Low doses can elevate your mood too! However, if you take too much CBD it can be known to have a sedating effect. You may feel sleepy and calm rather than full of life.
The theory is that less is more!
Nevertheless, CBD is all natural, non-toxic, and non-psychoactive (you won’t get high) so there is do danger of overdosing or addiction. You can’t ever take too much and cause yourself any harm!
In order for CBD to work, the proper dose must be consumed. When consuming cannabidiol, it’s always advised to follow the instructions exactly and take only the recommended dosage at regular intervals. Everyone is different, listen to your own body and we will link up to another blog at the bottom which goes overdosage.