Its availability is spreading so you might be tempted to try it. The industry and product are new so there’s a rush to add to food, drink, even pet food. But that also means not much is known about it.
“Even if products do contain what they advertise,” Armentano says, “the dosing is very low compared to what’s used in clinical trials.” A recent migraine clinical trial, for instance, used 200 milligrams of CBD daily. A highly rated and reviewed one-ounce bottle of hemp oil I found online delivers 8.33 milligrams of CBD per serving and contains a total of 30 servings. A person would need to consume nearly a bottle per day to achieve the therapeutic effects seen in peer-reviewed CBD studies.