It’s very common for users to use multiple CBD products at the same time to achieve their overall wellness goals. You may have found that your CBD oil tincture works great for one issue but not so much for another. Adding another CBD product to your daily regimen may be just what you need to address all of your issues.
As with most things when it comes to CBD, it’s all about experimenting to find the right type and combination of products that work best for you.
Why Use Multiple CBD Products?
Different CBD products have different effects on each person. You may find that one product makes you feel more relaxed while another is more energizing. Or you may find that one product helps to relieve your anxiety but doesn’t touch your chronic pain. By realizing the effect that each product has on you, you can take multiple CBD oils or other product types to cover all the bases.
Based on a recent poll in our Facebook group, the majority of users take CBD as both a daily preventative and as needed for acute relief. Many users supplement the CBD oil drops that they take each day by applying a CBD topical or vaping CBD as needed.
Each different CBD product type has its own advantages and disadvantages. Topical and transdermal creams are applied directly to the skin so can be more effective for localized relief. The effects from vaping CBD are immediate. So it can be a good option for those needing abortive relief from migraines or anxiety attacks.
Do I Need to Space Out Different CBD Products?
There aren’t any specific requirements for spacing out different products but, again, it depends on the individual. Just like experimentation is typically needed to find the right products, it’s also common for users to experiment with the timing of taking them. For example, you may want to take a product that you find more energizing in the morning and a different one that is more relaxing in the evening.
You will want to be aware of your total dosage amount when taking multiple CBD products at the same time. You won’t overdose but you may experience a headache, fatigue or mild nausea if you are taking too much. If you begin to experience any negative effects, consider lowering your combined dosage or spacing out different products by a couple of hours.
Can You Mix CBD Oils Together?
You can mix different CBD oils together in a bottle to make your own custom blend if you wish, but it’s not recommended. Combining them will make it more difficult for you to understand the effects that each individual product has on you. It will also make measuring your dosage difficult since tinctures normally vary in CBD content or potency.
Many users take multiple CBD products to address different issues or better fit their lifestyle. You may find, as others have, that combining your daily preventative with other products as needed can best fit your needs.
The key to finding what works best for you is experimentation. Trying several different products can be an expensive proposition. So consider buying smaller sample sizes to affordably find out which ones work well for you.