Don’t be fooled by larger bottle sizes containing little CBD. We often think that more oil equals more CBD, but that is not the case. When it comes to comparing value, always check the total milligrams of CBD in the product rather than the size of the bottle in milliliters.
The extra oil in the bottle is called a “carrier oil”, it is used help your body better absorb the CBD as well as dilute the strength of the CBD to the brands specifications. All this extra oil means you’ll need double or triple the amount of drops to reach the required therapeutic dosage.
If you have a 30ml bottle with 1000mg of CBD (3% strength), you’ll need three times as many drops when compared to a 10ml bottle with 1000mg of CBD (10% strength). A lot of companies will use larger bottles in an effort to present more value. Just compare the total milligrams of CBD!
Most studies used a minimum dosage of 25MG of CBD. This is a good place to start. That means a 1000mg bottle of CBD will contain 40 servings of CBD.