How Many CBD Joints Can I Smoke In A Day?

How Much Of A CBD Joint Should I Smoke

There's nothing like lighting up a CBD joint at the end of a long day. But how much CBD should you actually be smoking?

Key Takeaways

  • Smoking 1g CBD flower per day is typical
  • Some CBD smokers smoke up to 4g per day but are typically more experienced smokers
  • Beginners should start with 5 milligrams, then work their way up
  • It's common for folks to either smoke an entire CBD pre-roll or only about half of one
  • How much you smoke depends on whether you are smoking CBD or THC
  • The ideal amount of CBD for you will depend on your weight, tolerance, and the quality of the product
  • Best CBD flower on the market: 1g Pre-Roll Cola of White CBG & Special Sauce CBD

After all, it's not like CBD pre-rolls are the same as tobacco cigarettes. But as a general rule, knowing how much of anything you should be putting into your body is essential.

Below, we'll take you through the ins and outs of how to smoke CBD, and more importantly, how much CBD you should be smoking.

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How much CBD should I smoke?

This question comes with a lot of "well, it depends..." So we're here to help you break down that answer. Let's start by day and by month:

Smoking CBD flower daily

Most CBD pre-rolls contain anywhere between 0.5 g - 1 g of CBD flower. A pre-rolled CBD joint is often preferred by some as it comes fully wrapped and with an accurate measurement of CBD flower to boot.

Potential health benefits of smoking cbd are still being researched smoking cbd feel pain or mitigate pain with hemp pre rolls and cbd products

But in bud form, CBD flower will typically come in either 3.5 g or 1/8 oz packages. When making your own CBD pre-roll, it's easy to lose track of just how much hemp flower you're using.

Smoking CBD flower monthly

Let's say you smoke 1 g of CBD or hemp flower each day. Purchasing 1 ounce of hemp flower contains roughly 28 g of CBD.

So a single ounce of hemp flower could likely last you the entire month.

Factors that will affect how much CBD you should smoke

Below are the main factors you should take into account when determining how much CBD to smoke.

Your body weight

CBD oil is fat-soluble which means that CBD gets stored in your fat cells. While your method of consumption matters, this remains true whether you smoke CBD vape juice, consume CBD oil tinctures, or even use a topical CBD rub.

Everyone's body is different. So depending on how much weight you carry, you may require more or less CBD when smoking CBD.

Typically, those with a higher body fat percentage may require more CBD smoke while those with a lower body fat percentage may require less of a CBD pre-roll when smoking weed to feel the effects.

Your tolerance to CBD

If you're used to smoking CBD joints every day, then you may have built up a tolerance to CBD. Some CBD smokers report that over time, they increase their "serving size," so to speak, when they smoke CBD oil.

For those that have never smoked a pre-rolled CBD joint, it's typically recommended to start small. In fact, 5 milligrams is what is recommended.

The quality of your CBD joint

Nowadays, it's easy to find CBD cigarettes almost anywhere. But when picking out your pre-rolled joints, it's important to stick with a reputable brand that uses only high-quality, CBD-rich hemp.

At Clean Remedies, we openly display our third-party lab results on each product page. This way, you know exactly where our hemp flowers are coming from and what they have in them.

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If you look for other CBD cigarettes from a company that refuses to provide said lab reports, consider looking somewhere else for your pre-rolled CBD joints.

Whether you are smoking CBD or THC

Lastly, how much cannabis smoke you ingest will depend on whether you're smoking CBD or THC. So let's pick apart those differences and see exactly what's in store when you start puffing.

Bonus: CBD vs CBG vs CBN vs CBC: A Guide To Cannabinoids

The difference between smoking CBD and smoking THC

Yes, there's a big difference. So let's see exactly what those differences are:

THC is intoxicating

THC is one of the many cannabinoids found in the hemp plant that is known for its psychoactive effects. Even smoking small amounts of THC can produce these effects for certain users.

If the cannabis flower you smoke contains levels of THC, you may need to dial back just how much you smoke. Ultimately, every user will report feeling a different effect, so it's up to you to listen to your body.

CBD is non-intoxicating

Smoking a CBD joint, on the other hand, will not necessarily produce any psychoactive effects. In fact, a recent study found that smoking CBD had no significant impact on users' driving abilities.

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But this isn't to say that smoking a CBD pre-roll yields no effects whatsoever. Beginners and even experienced smokers report feeling a sense of calm and relaxation when lighting up a cannabis joint - or even using a topical CBD rub

Of course, every individual will have their own unique experience. But as far as the hemp pre-roll goes, studies have confirmed these effects do not inhibit motor skills such as driving.

They each interact with the endocannabinoid system differently

So, why is there such a different effect when smoking either CBD or THC? It all has to do with how these cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid system.

THC binds with the CB1 receptors of the brain, producing that classic cannabis plant high. But CBD seems to produce the opposite effect, interacting with CB1 receptors as an antagonist.

When working together, it's been shown that CBD may appear to improve the potential therapeutic effects of THC while minimizing any unwanted side effects. Then again, research remains ongoing.

Smoke CBD with peace of mind

Smoking hemp can be a relaxing experience for some. But if you're too caught up worrying about all these different factors, consider going with a hemp source that has your best interests in mind.

1g Pre-Roll Cola of White CBG & Special Sauce CBD

Clean Remedies' Pre-Roll Cola of White CBG & Special Sauce CBD is the answer to your prayers. Our premium outdoor-grown blend offers you the perfect balance between CBG and CBD.

Shop clean remedies for the best cbd products on the market and enjoy a variety of products from tinctures oils rubs bath salts smokables gummies and more

And with each batch, our colas are sealed fresh and hydrated before packaging. For those who aren't aware, colas are the bud clusters at the top of the female hemp plant.

Since this part of the plant absorbs the most sunlight, colas are thought to be the most desirable part of the plant to smoke due to their cannabinoid-rich content. Our products are grown with care and hand harvested on our USDA Certified Organic Oregon farm.

So you don't need to worry about the quality of our products - we've already taken care of that for you!

Final thoughts

You know your body best. So as you smoke CBD, pay attention to how your body feels to determine the right amount of CBD for you.

Only you can determine how much or how little you can handle. So remaining aware of that is a crucial ingredient to incorporate into your smoking session!

We hope this guide has been helpful. And if you're in the market for other types of CBD and THC products, browse through our shop to see all that we have in store. 

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