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USDA Final Rule on Hemp

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USDA Final RuleUSDA Final Rule on Hemp was finally released on January 15, 2021 based on the previous set of USDA hemp regulations that drew public comments from almost 6,000 people. USDA Final Rule on Hemp will be effective on March 22, and is currently available for viewing in the Federal Register.

This time, the latest USDA Final Rule on Hemp makes several highly praised changes, superseding the DEA interim final rule (IFR), that are seen as favorable to both hemp producers and regulatory authorities.

Although contentious aspects of the IFR remain, industry members are hopeful they will be amended in time, and this could represent a new era of more industry friendly regulations.

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What Does USDA Final Hemp Regulations Say

This USDA Final Rule on Hemp includes regulations to approve plans submitted by States and Indian Tribes for the domestic production of hemp. This rule also includes regulations on the Federal hemp production plan for producers in States or territories of Indian Tribes that do not have their own USDA-approved plans.

 The program provides requirements for maintaining records about the land where hemp is produced, testing the levels of total delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, disposing of non-compliant plants, licensing hemp producers, and ensuring compliance under the new program.

The USDA Final Hemp Regulations on Sampling

The USDA Final Rule on Hemp made several changes to sampling that should reduce burdens on both growers and authorities.

After many public comments stating that 15 days was far too little time to collect an appropriate amount of samples from each producer in the state, the rule increased the sampling window. Samples for testing now need to be taken up to 30 days before a farmer plans to harvest.

The rule also slightly modified from where on the plant samples need to be taken. While the IFR required collecting a sample from the top third portion of the plant, USDA Final Rule on Hemp determines samples should be taken “approximately five to eight inches from the ‘main stem’, ‘terminal bud’, or ‘central cola’ of the flowering top of the plant.”

This will allow sampling agents to collect more stem and leaf material than previously allowed and reduce instances of hot crop, given that  stems and leaves typically contain lower levels of cannabinoids, and THC, than the flowers.

Sampling protocols may take into account:

  • seed certification processes that identify varieties that have consistently produced compliant hemp plants;
  • whether the producer is conducting research on hemp at an institution of higher learning or that is funded by a federal, state or tribal government;
  • whether a producer has consistently produced compliant hemp plants over an extended period of time;
  • whether a producer is growing “immature” hemp, such as seedlings, clones, microgreens or other non-flowering cannabis, that does not reach the flowering stage;

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The USDA Final Hemp Regulations on Testing

Unfortunately, The USDA Final Rule was not as generous answering one of the most highly requested changes in public comments: increasing the limit of THC on hemp. The final rule retains that hemp must remain below 0.3% total THC on a dry-weight basis.

Total THC is defined as the sum of the delta-9 THC and tetrahydrocannabinolic acid. On its own, tetrahydrocannabinolic does not produce psychoactive effects like delta-9 THC, but it can be converted to THC through decarboxylation, which is the process required for testing.

While the final rule implemented generally positive sampling changes for the industry, THC testing will, for the most part, remain burdensome. 

The USDA was unable to change the limit previously established, as that limit was written into law in the 2018 Farm Bill.

However, legislation has already been introduced at the federal level by Sen. Rand Paul to amend that limit to 1%, which would finally put an end to the total THC versus delta-9-THC debate.

Another burdenson regulation that was heavily criticized in the public comments was the requirement for labs testing hemp to be registered with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

“Although AMS received comments in opposition to this requirement, AMS is retaining the requirement in this final rule that any laboratory testing hemp for purposes of regulatory compliance must be registered with DEA to conduct chemical analysis of controlled substances… ,” the final rule states. “Registration is necessary because laboratories could potentially handle cannabis that tests above 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis, which is, by definition, marijuana and a Schedule 1 controlled substance.”

 The USDA announced the delay of the requirement for labs to be registered by the DEA back in 2020, along with others outlined in the IFR, that delay was extended under the USDA Final Rule until December 2022. There is no need to read too much into the situation, but it could mean some acknowledged that those provisions are not necessarily right.

One very positive change made by the USDA Final Rule on the testing front: The negligence threshold was raised from 0.5% to 1%, which means if hemp tests above 0.3% but below 1%, it will still need to be disposed of or remediated, but will not be considered a negligent violation 

  • Those with crops testing at or above 1% THC will receive a Notice of Violation from the USDA
  • Producers with more than three negligent violations within a five-year period will be ineligible to participate in the licensed hemp program for the next five years.
  • Producers are only subject to a maximum of one negligent violation per year, even if their hemp from multiple lots tests up to 1% THC.

If hemp does test “hot” above the 0.3% THC limit, the final rule has given producers additional options for disposal beyond the total destruction written into the IFR.

States now have several options for more productive and less wasteful methods of disposal that can result in useful soil amendments. Those include:

  • plowing under
  • mulching/composting the hemp
  • disking
  • shredding the biomass with a bush mower or chopper.

Producers may also bury or burn their hot hemp. (The AMS implemented these additional options in early 2020, but they were not written into the IFR.)

The final rule implements a brand-new option for hot crops: remediation.

The rule states producers can remediate their material by “removing and destroying flower material, while retaining stalk, stems, leaf material, and seeds.” Producers may also shred the entire plant to create a “biomass-like material” and then retest it for compliance.

Producers also no longer need to use a DEA-registered distributor or law enforcement to dispose of hot hemp.

USDA Final Rule on Hemp and Remediation

The IFR did not provide additional remediation options. The only alternative was to completely dispose of the non-compliant material. This time the final rule implements a brand-new option for hot crops: remediation, mentioning that alternative 82 times throughout the document 

The rule states producers can remediate their material by “removing and destroying flower material, while retaining stalk, stems, leaf material, and seeds.” Producers may also shred the entire plant to create a “biomass-like material” and then retest it for compliance, giving them the opportunity to remediate non-compliant crops in order to minimize financial risk associated with the loss of investment in their hemp crop

Producers also no longer need to use a DEA-registered distributor or law enforcement to dispose of hot hemp.

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States now have several options for more productive and less wasteful methods of disposal that can result in useful soil amendments. Those include:

  • plowing under
  • mulching/composting the hemp
  • disking
  • shredding the biomass with a bush mower or chopper.

USDA Final Hemp Rule on WIPHE

The 2018 Farm Bill directed USDA to establish a national regulatory framework for hemp production in the U.S., and the final rule outlines provisions for this mandate. The IFR and this final rule do not cover hemp or its products beyond production. Further, DEA has issued regulations covering some of these products or “in-process materials”. Accordingly, this final rule does not address “in-process materials,” processors, end-products, processing of CBD or other cannabinoids or anything that may contain hemp or hemp byproducts.

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New Jersey Cannabis Manufacturer License: How to Apply

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New Jersey Cannabis Manufacturer License

Last month New Jersey made history by signing three bills into law, finally regulating the use of recreational marijuana in the State, and becoming one of the 14 states to legalize the recreational use of cannabis for adults 21 and older. 

Right now it’s not possible to buy recreational cannabis anywhere in New Jersey, however, experts say it will be at least six months before the first legal cannabis sale will take place in New Jersey. 

So, now it’s the perfect time to start preparing for the endeavor. Take into consideration that the licensing application can be tricky and confusing, that’s why you should always contact a professional to help you with your application.

What is a New Jersey Cannabis Manufacturer License

A Class 2 Cannabis Manufacturer License is a legal document that allows its owner to process cannabis items in the State of New Jersey by purchasing or otherwise obtaining usable cannabis, manufacturing, preparing, and packaging cannabis items, and selling, and optionally transporting, these items to other cannabis manufacturers, cannabis wholesalers, or cannabis retailers, but not to consumers.

A cannabis Manufacturer License shall be issued by the Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) for the premises at which the cannabis is going to be manufactured.

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How to apply for New Jersey Cannabis Manufacturer License 

In order to apply for a Class 2 Cannabis Manufacturer License, the applicant must:

  • Apply for a license in the manner described in the latest legislation and the CRC;
  • Have at least one significantly involved person who has resided in this State for at least two years as of the date of the application, and provide proof that this person and any other person with financial interest who also has decision making authority for the cannabis manufacturer listed on an application submitted under the legislation is 21 years of age or older;
  • Meet the requirements of any rule or regulation adopted by the CRC;
  • Provide for each of the following persons to undergo a criminal history record background check: any owner, other than an owner who holds less than a five percent investment interest in the cannabis manufacturer or who is a member of a group that holds less than 20 percent investment interest in the cannabis cultivator and no member of that group holds more than a five percent interest in the total group investment, and who lacks the authority to make controlling decisions regarding the cannabis cultivator’s operations; any director; any officer; and any employee.

According to the legislation, the CRC has to adopt rules and regulations that: 

  • Provide for the annual renewal of the Class 2 Cannabis Manufacturer license;
  • Establish application, licensure, and renewal of licensure fees for cannabis manufacturers;
  • Require cannabis items manufactured by cannabis manufactures to be tested;
  • Require a cannabis manufacturer to meet any public health and safety standards, industry best practices, and all applicable regulations established by the commission related to the manufacturing of cannabis items;

In relation to the fees, the legislation requires that they comply with the following: 

  • They shall be in the form of a schedule that imposes a greater fee for premises with more square footage; and
  • Shall be deposited in the “Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Fund”

A person who has been issued a license or conditional license shall display the license or conditional license at the premises at all times when cannabis items are being manufactured.

New Jersey Cannabis Manufacturer License Restrictions

For a period of 24 months after the effective date of the legislation it is unlawful for any owner, part owner, stockholder, officer, or director of any corporation, or any other person engaged in any retailing of any cannabis items to engage in the manufacturing of any cannabis items or to own either whole or in part, or to be a shareholder, officer or director of a corporation or association, directly or indirectly, interested in any cannabis manufacturer.

This basically means that, if you own a cannabis dispensary in New Jersey, you won’t be able to have a controlling interest in any cannabis manufacturing operation. 

During the first 24 months, the holder of a Class 2 Cannabis Manufacturer License may hold one other license to operate another cannabis establishment, but it can’t be a Class 3 Cannabis Wholesaler License or a Class 5 Cannabis Retailer License.

Following that 24 month period, a cannabis license holder shall be authorized to hold a Class 1 Cannabis Cultivator License, a Class 2 Cannabis Manufacturer license, a Class 5 Cannabis Retailer license, and a Class 6 Cannabis Delivery license concurrently, provided that no license holder shall be authorized to concurrently hold more than one license of each class, except for an alternative treatment center that was deemed, during the 24 month period, to have an additional Class 5 Cannabis Retailer license for each satellite dispensary that was authorized and established by the alternative treatment center pursuant to the latest legislation These additional retailer licenses only permit the retail operation of each satellite dispensary, and shall not be replaced by any other class of cannabis establishment distributor, or delivery service license.

If you need more information about the licensing process, it is recommended that you contact an expert in the field so that you can get the necessary guidance in your endeavor.

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Schitt’s Creek Recipes With Weed

Schitt’s Creek Recipes With Weed If you haven’t had the chance to watch the award-winning, Canadian TV series you may want to reserve the couch for the next few weeks! Today, we’re taking inspiration from the show and creating Schitt’s Creek Recipes With Weed! Without wrecking it for those who haven’t seen it, there is […]

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If you haven’t had the chance to watch the award-winning, Canadian TV series you may want to reserve the couch for the next few weeks! Today, we’re taking inspiration from the show and creating Schitt’s Creek Recipes With Weed!

Without wrecking it for those who haven’t seen it, there is one scene that had me doubling over in laughter! It has to do with cooking, so this blog is very appropriate.

We promise you won’t have to ‘fold in the cheese’ for our tasty cannabis enchiladas recipe below!

Speaking of cheese.. this cannabis-infused nacho cheese dip recipe is amazing! (zero folding required)

Cannabis infused nacho cheese dip

What Are Some Recipes From Schitt’s Creek?

If you’re a fan, you’ll remember that Café Tropical had some pretty famous and funky smoothies!

Don’t gamble with your tastebuds here, and make some of our tasty weed smoothies that we bet Alexis will love.

Peanut Butter Cannabis Smoothie

Cannabis infused smoothie with banana and milk

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Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Cuisine: European

Keyword: Banana, Butter, Cannabis, Peanut, Smoothie

Calories: 200kcal

THC: 86 mg per batch

  • 1/2 Cup Cannabis Milk
  • 1/2 Cup Milk
  • One Frozen Banana
  • 2 Tablespoons Powdered Peanut butter
  • 1 Tablespoon Cocoa Powder
  • 1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon

Calories: 200kcal | Fat: 20g


Cafe Tropical Smoothie

Cannabis orange smoothie juice

Tasty & Tropical!

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Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 2 minutes

Course: Drinks

Keyword: cannabis smoothie, CBD

Servings: 2 people

Author: Steph Van De Ven

Cost: 35

  • Blender or Bullet

  • Glass & Straw

  • 1 cup Coconut Milk
  • 1 small Fresh orange Squeezed
  • 1/2 cup Frozen mango chunks
  • 1/2 cup Canned pineapple chunks save the juice
  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt plain
  • 1/2 cup Pineapple juice leftover from the can
  • 1 dash Ground cinnamon just a pinch
  • 1 dash Himalayan salt just a pinch
  • 25 mg CBD Oil
  • Blend all ingredients together until smooth

  • If it’s too thick, add more milk or water and if it’s too thin, add a few ice cubes until it’s the desired consistency.

  • Serve & Enjoy!


Moira, played by actress Catherine O’Hara, is far from domesticated – to say the least.

Coming from a ton of money, she is totally out of her element when it comes to cooking or being a Mother for that fact.

She decides, however, that she needs to create her aunt’s famous enchiladas recipe for a family dinner to restore her role as a good Mother, and at the same time commissions David, her son, to help.

David Rose, played by actor Dan Levy, has some mad skills, but absolutely NONE in the kitchen!

The two of them together are basically a hot mess and who knows if the family dinner turned out or not, but what we do know how to make is weed-infused enchiladas that work!

Cannabis Enchiladas

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A delicious take on Enchiladas with tortillas, cheese and enchilada sauce.

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Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Course: Main Course

Cuisine: Mexican

Keyword: (Cannabutter), enchiladas

Servings: 4 people

Author: Steph Van De Ven

Cost: 20

  • Oven-safe casserole dish

  • Mixing Bowl

  • Spoon

  • 1 cup  shredded chicken
  • 1 cup enchilada sauce divided
  • 1 cup grated cheese any kind you like
  • 5 tortillas whole wheat or any kind you like
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1/2 cup fresh cilantro chopped

Assembling The Tortillas

  • Mix the chicken, half of the enchilada sauce, and half of the cheese blend in a bowl.

  • Wrap the tortillas in a paper towel and microwave for 30 seconds.

  • Preheat oven to 350°F

  • Place the chicken on the tortilla and roll tightly.

  • Place the enchiladas in a baking pan and top with the remaining cheese and sauce

  • Bake for 15 minutes, or until cheese has melted.

  • Top with sour cream and cilantro.


As the series continues on, a re-branding and refreshing of the Budd Motel are in serious order.

Johnny, played by actor Eugene Levy decides that they need to offer something ‘more’.

His decision to source and offer cinnamon buns doesn’t exactly turn out the way he thought they would, but we bet if he offered cinnamon buns with weed, he’d have bookings at the motel for a year in advance!

Cannabis Cinnamon Buns

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Warm, Gooey and Intoxicating!

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Prep Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Course: Dessert

Keyword: (Cannabutter), Cinnamon

Servings: 4 people

Author: Steph Van De Ven

Cost: 40

  • 3/4 cup Cannabis milk
  • 2 1/4 tsp Active Yeast
  • 1/4 cup Sugar Finely Granulated
  • 1 Egg yolk Room temp – not straight from the fridge
  • 1/4 cup Cannabutter
  • 3 cups Bread Flour
  • 3/4 tsp Salt or a dash – same thing!

Cinnamon Filling

  • 1/3 cup Brown Sugar
  • 1 1/2 tbsp Cinnamon Finely ground
  • 1/4 cup Cannabutter

Cinnamon Roll Frosting

  • 4 oz Cream Cheese full fat
  • 3 tbsp Cannabutter
  • 3/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract fresh,pure organic if possible
  • Using warm Cannabis Milk, and add it to your mixing bowl. Using your electric mixer slowly sprinkle yeast on top. You’ll know your yeast has activated if it begins to foam after a few minutes. If it hasn’t, then start over; your cannabis milk was either too hot or too cold.

  • Once you see foam, add in sugar, egg, egg yolk and cannabis butter. Mix,mix,mix! Next, stir in flour and salt with a wooden spoon until a dough begins to form.

  • Use your dough hook or hands. If using your electric mixer, knead the dough on medium speed for about 8 minutes. Alternatively, use your hands to knead the dough for 8-10 minutes on a well-floured surface. The dough should feel slightly sticky and form a nice ball. Next step!
  • Transfer dough to your bowl, ( some bakers use a little oil here, spread it all over the bowl, an dplacedough inside. Your call, but it helps. Then, cover with plastic wrap and a warm towel. Allow dough to rise for 1 hour, or until doubled in size.

  • After dough has doubled in size, transfer the dough to a well-floured surface and roll out into a 14×9 inch rectangle. Spread your Cannabis butter over dough, evenly, leaving a ¼ inch at the far side of the dough. ( the side furthest away from you)

Cinnamon Filling

  • In a small bowl, mix together the brown sugar and cinnamon. Use your hands to sprinkle mixture over the buttered dough evenly. It will stick perfectly!

  • Roll up your dough tightly, (for beginners: like you’re rolling up a bath towel) starting from the 9 inch side. Be sure to seal the edges of the dough.

  • Cut into 1 inch sections with a serrated knife. You should get about 9 large pieces.

  • Place cinnamon rolls in a parchment paper-lined 9×9 inch baking pan or round 9 inch cake pan. Cover with plastic wrap and a warm towel and let rise again for 30 minutes.
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Remove plastic wrap and towel and bake cinnamon rolls for 20-25 minutes or until just slightly golden brown on the edges. It sounds weird, but you want to underbake them a little so they stay soft in the middle. Let them cool for 5-7 minutes before frosting. Seriously! You have to wait before you frost.

Frosting (do this while rolls are baking in oven)

  • Using your electric mixer, combine cream cheese, cannabis butter, powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Beat it until it’s smooth and fluffy. Spread over top of your baked cinnamon rolls (after waiting the horrible 5-7 minutes to let them cool down!)

Here are some other things we bet Moira & David would be able to make a little easier.

Follow our fun and step-by-step recipes below to make weed edibles everyone will love.  

Cannabis Butter

Cannabis butter with THC for weed edibles

A recipe on how to make cannabis butter at home. After many cannabutter recipes, we find that this is by far the best way to infuse weed with butter.

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Prep Time: 45 minutes

Cook Time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Total Time: 45 minutes

Cuisine: European

Keyword: (Cannabutter), Butter, Cannabis

Servings: 1 Cup

Calories: 1628kcal

THC: 700-1400mg

Author: Steph Van De Ven

  • 1/4 to 1/2 Ounce Cannabis 
  • 1 cup Butter
  • Decarboxylate your weed by spreading your cannabis evenly on an oven tray And coat with aluminum foil.

  • Place in the oven on 240F/115C for 25 till 45 minutes, and then let it cool.

  • Grind your dry cannabis or chop it till fine.

  • Place the cannabis in a strong mason jar, add butter and (1 tsp of sunflower lecithin)(optional)

  • Place your closed jar in cold water and let it come to a boil, Boil for 2 to 3 hours.

  • Strain your butter through a cheesecloth.

  • Cool down

  • Now you can use the Cannabis Butter (Cannabutter)

If using a mason jar, be sure to start with cold water. Furthermore, it is imperative to let the water cool gradually so that your glass will not shatter.
The video guide might be slightly different than the blog recipe. The blog recipe is the most updated and accurate.

Calories: 1628kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 184g | Saturated Fat: 117g | Cholesterol: 488mg | Sodium: 1621mg | Potassium: 54mg | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 5673IU | Calcium: 54mg


Classic Pot Brownies

Classic weed infused pot brownies Recipe

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Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Cuisine: European

Keyword: Brownies, Classic, Pot

Calories: 200kcal

Author: Robin Briggi

  • 1/2 cup Canna-butter
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 3/4 cup all- purpose flour
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • Your choice of
  • 1/2 cup milk chocolate, white chocolate, caramel
  • Preheat oven to 350°F and grease 8×8 inch pan.

  • Melt butter in a medium saucepan on stove top. Remove from heat.

  • Pour melted butter in a large mixing bowl. Stir in sugar, eggs and vanilla.

  • Sift dry ingredients together cocoa, salt, baking powder, and flour into the bowl with butter mixture. Mix batter well.

  • * Optional, Add chocolate, white chocolate, peanut butter chips, walnuts or fudge to or on top of batter.

  • Pour batter into pan, spread evenly. Cook for 30 minutes or stick a toothpick into center to be sure it comes out clean.

  • Allow brownies to cool. Cut into 9 squares.

  • * Optional, Add chocolate, white chocolate, peanut butter chips, walnuts or fudge to or on on top of batter.

Calories: 200kcal | Fat: 20g

In one of my favorite episodes, Stevie Budd and David steal a stash of weed from a guest at the motel’s room and smoke it.

I love this because not only was it hilarious, but it proves that Schitt’s Creek is a weed-positive TV series all-in-all. It’s Canadian, after all so that would only make sense.

If you haven’t watched it yet – I highly suggest you start and make some of the Schitt’s Creek-inspired recipes here!

And for the fans who have seen it – maybe it’s time to watch it again?! It is definitely worth it.


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Central to the efficacy of CBD for pain or inflammation relief is the dosage that you use. Unlike a standard pain relieving or anti-inflammatory medication, where the dosage is clearly spelled out on the back label, using CBD can be much more tricky. 

Truthfully, it is hard to prescribe a “one size fits all” for CBD dosing. General CBD dosing guidelines state that it is best to start small (i.e. 5mg) and make note of how it affects your body. If you do not find it is sufficient, then you can begin to gradually up the dosage. 

If you are using an edible gummy, measuring 5mg will be easy. However, if you are using CBD oil for IBS, it can be a bit more complicated to measure out 5mg. You can use this as a guideline: most CBD oil bottles will come with a dropper that can hold 1 ml of liquid. If your CBD bottle contains 500 mg of CBD, for example, then you can estimate that there are 0.05 mg of CBD per drop. This number, of course, will vary depending on the amount of CBD that is in your particular bottle, but you can base your dosage off of this mathematical formula.

There are other factors that will affect what is the correct CBD dosage for you, such as your age, weight, and even your body chemistry, which can be a rather abstract thing to measure. This means that discovering the correct dosage for you really comes down to a matter of trial and error.

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