In order to find the correct dose for you and your pets you must understand it usually affect EVERYONE differently. This is due largely to the Endocannabinoid System (ECS).
It’s through this system that the various cannabinoids found in cannabis interact with our bodies as well as our pets. Every mammal possesses this system but it operates at different levels from person to person, and animal to animal.
However, that means an effective dose in one person or animal will not be the same for another. That’s why it’s so difficult to give standardized advice about dosage.
Ultimately, nobody can tell you what your effective dose will be for you or your pets, they can only suggest. But don’t worry, with a little trial and error, you will be able to successfully find a dose that’s right for you and/or your pets.
The key is to start of with the recommended dosage and monitor how your body reacts. For Pets you will need to do the same by monitoring there behavior to see if there is any noticeable changes.
Space dosage out so you’re taking one in the morning and one in the evening. Keep this up for 3-4 weeks and see how you feel. If you’re still not getting your desired effect. Increase to higher dosage a day for a few weeks and re-evaluate.
Keep in mind hemp is natural medicine but it is not an instant cure all. It takes a while for hemp to take effect so give it the time it needs. Many people only try it for a few days or so, don’t feel anything and then give up prematurely. You need to be patient and have a consistent approach. Don’t give up too soon because your effective dose may be a few mg away.