100mg CBD Doses: The Complete Guide

Written By: Lex Pelger

Jan 9, 2022

100mg CBD Doses: The Complete Guide

For healthcare practitioners and pharmacies, our clinical strength ProCBD line makes it possible for users to experiment with higher CBD oil doses that can make a serious difference to health. While many people are helped by 5 milligrams of CBD, others might not find that sweet spot of relief until they reach 100 mg or more.


Because the hemp plant does not produce a large doses of CBD, it can be difficult to find formulations of CBD-rich hemp extracts that are easy to ingest. They are usually in the form of capsules or drinking a bottle of oil.


That’s why we created our ProCBD line, and formulated it for doctors and pharmacists to administer the higher levels of CBD sometimes necessary for health. With a full spectrum array of terpenes, minor cannabinoids, and fatty acids, this CBD-rich hemp extract is the best way to harness the healing power of CBD.


What is 100 mg CBD Dose like?


To get an understanding of 100 mg of CBD, we first need an understanding of CBD. The most common cannabinoid in hemp, CBD interacts with your body’s own endocannabinoid system, or the system of homeostasis and balance. Unlike THC, CBD does not have the psychotropic effects that make you feel the “high” of recreational cannabis. This makes it ideal for those who want to experience the health benefits of cannabis while maintaining a clear mental state.


The 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp – defined as a cannabis plant with under 0.3% THC by dry weight – and this opened the floodgates to the current hemp revolution. CBD-rich hemp extracts became one of the most exciting products that the dietary supplement world has ever seen.

Is 100 mg CBD the right amount of CBD for your customers and patients?


It can be, as we said, 5 mg of CBD might be all they need – but 100 mg is worth trying. When 20 mg seems to help a little, it takes 100 mg to increase the potency.


The CBD dosage that’s right for each person depends on a few factors. For one, everyone’s endocannabinoid system is unique and everyone processes cannabinoids differently. A person’s metabolism and body weight can alter how much gets in your system, and your intended use will necessitate different serving sizes.


The best way to find your dosage is by titrating upwards. Start low for a week first, then every few days after, jump up by 10 or 20 milligrams to potentially see benefits. Some find it helpful to keep a log so that they can better recognize the trends of what is working for them. And because tolerance does not usually develop with the benefits of CBD, they can stick to their sweet spot.


Is 100 mg CBD a day too much?


For most users, taking 100 mg of CBD is fine. Since these are full-spectrum hemp extracts, they do contain minor amounts of THC. For those are sensitive, it might be enough for them to feel psychoactive effects, so we recommend that if this happens, lower the serving size until it’s the right balance between healthy CBD without head effects of THC.

Overall, the evidence supports that these very small amounts of THC help the CBD to work better, and we are glad to have them in our products. However, if your patients are in a situation where they cannot consume any level of THC, we recommend our Happy Lane products that are tested at 0.00% THC.


Regarding the safety of 100 mg of CBD, we can look to the clinical evidence for isolated CBD. Because there currently is an approved isolated CBD drug that treats rare epilepsies in children called Epidiolex, we have data on how high levels of CBD react in the body. According to this recent review, the average amount being given to children with treatment-resistant epilepsy is 15 mg of CBD per kilogram of weight per day.

That means for someone who weighs 150 pounds, their dose is 1,000 mg of CBD per day. And for some of these children, they’re receiving 1,500 to 2,000 mg per day. At these extremely high levels, the main side effects are loose stools, upset stomachs, and tiredness.

These effects were found to be transient and would discontinue when they stopped taking the drug. And with the more moderate levels found in dietary supplements like ours, the side effects are even more rare and mild. In the published reviews you see on the safety of CBD, the most common phrase is “well-tolerated”.


As you can see in our study of 2 years of adverse event reporting for our products, out of 5 million products sold, little over 1,000 people reported any problem at all, and those effects were mild and transient. Of course, nothing in this world is completely safe, but CBD has consistently been found to be one of the most non-toxic ingredients. That’s why 100 mg of CBD is a reasonable amount for people to try for the enhancement of their health.


What does 100 mg CBD feel like?


Most people who take a 100mg CBD dose report that it is soothing. The mental effects of CBD tend to be calming. While their is a claim that CBD is not psychoactive, that is not correct. Psychoactive means a change in brain state – and CBD certainly can cause an important change in brain state: a lessening of anxiety.


With a huge concentration of CB1 receptors in your brain, CBD tends to balance the mind and leave you feeling more calm, less prone to anxiety and more level-headed. So that constitutes a psychoactive change, albeit a very smooth and positive one.


So, 100 mg of CBD usually feels like calm and relaxation.


Why should I carry ProCBD for my patients and customers?


Because CBD & CBD-rich hemp extracts have been shown to be an immensely effective product for health. You can review our library of the peer-reviewed science here – and check back every week for our Research Roundup post. Continuing research on CBD products finds it to be helpful in more and more ways, confirming all the anecdotes that you hear about this remarkable molecule.


When buying CBD-rich hemp extracts that's third-party tested -rich hemp extracts formulated for doctors and pharmacists, get our ProCBD line today to see what 100 mg of CBD can do for you and your patients.