What does this term mean and how does it affect me? This is not a new term, but in the CBD market is it used uniquely. When CBD Isolate first started hitting the market it wasn’t exactly advertised as having a Biphasic dose response curve (Bell Curve, see The Debate). Meaning too little a dosage rendered poor results and too high rendered the same. So you needed to find the sweet spot and with every person it’s different. This explains why some people have either had a poor or temporary results using CBD Isolate. Fact is most people don’t even know if they are taking an isolate. They just know it either says hemp oil or CDB on the label.
Let keep this simple. Microdosing with CBD Isolate requires you to start out with just a couple milligrams of CBD per dosage and slowly increasing a couple each dosage until you feel the therapeutic affects. This could takes you a week or two to dial in your sweet spot. Heaven forbid your body change how fast it absorbs or the next bottle you get isn’t the same dosage. That is all together it’s own possible nightmare.
Good news though! The slow tedious days of mircodosing are behind us with the release of full spectrum hemp extracts. Full spectrum has a Linear dose response, so it doesn’t posse the same frustrating results of CBD Isolate. Does this mean you shouldn’t microdose. Not at all. It is still recommend you find your optimal dosage, not that people do. What this would do in most cases is simply save you money.