Why Do We Say Serving Size instead of Recommended Dosage?
Per U.S. Food and Drug Administration guidelines we are required to tell you that Hemp extract products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Hemp extract products are dietary supplements and why we feel that “Recommended Serving Size” should apply, rather than “dosage recommendations.”
The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) has categorized certain Phytocannabinoids as “natural remedies” but there is little scientific consensus about optimal Serving Size. The nice thing about Cannabinoids is that it’s nearly impossible to overdose on them. Experimenting with different products is a low-risk endeavor allowing each consumer some peace-of-mind concerning the desired effects. Cannabinoids don’t produce side-effects, just desired effects.
Remember, this is about improving your life; so, be as vigilant and detailed as possible to determine what works best for you.
The statements made herein have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and are not intended for diagnosing, treating, curing or preventing any disease or medical condition
Here are some helpful suggestions about Hemp Extracted Products.
- Start with a KISS: Keep It Simple Small
- Keep yourself in mind:
- Your weight.
- Your metabolism.
- Your diet.
- The condition being treated.
- The severity of your illness.
- Your tolerance to Phytocannabinoids.
- Consult a medical professional:
- Consider discussing Phytocannabinoids with your doctor.
- Certain Cannabinoids are categorized under the same rules and laws as vitamins and supplements, meaning they are not federally regulated.
- Any instruction or information provided anywhere; on the internet, and even this site is to be considered suggestive and are recommendations at best (even if it comes from a clinical trial or scholarly source).