Are you a rat or a mouse? If so, chances are good that CBD administered in moderate doses—10 mg/kg is too low; 100 mg/kg is too high—could have an anti-anxiety effect, particularly if you’re feeling anxious because you’ve been placed in a maze or are panicking because a snake has been introduced to your environment.
The chemical compound, naturally occurring in cannabis plants, doesn’t get you high, but does have a wide swath of other purported effects making it very popular. Although clinical studies haven’t necessarily proven those results, many Americans are testing CBD (which stands for “cannabidiol”) for themselves. All over the US, people are rubbing CBD balm onto aching joints, dropping CBD tinctures under tired tongues, popping CBD gummies, and puffing on CBD oil-filled vaporizers in hopes of chilling out.
Is there proof that CBD works for all this?
“Throughout the last 70 years cannabis has been a pretty polarizing topic, from people believing that it was the ‘devil’s lettuce’ to people believing that it’s medicine,” says Cooper, the UCLA researcher. “With cannabidiol, which is non-intoxicating, people have this hope that it will really help to alleviate lot of disease states and symptoms that are not easily alleviated with traditional medication.”
Yeah, actually. It’s entirely possible that it could.
In short: not much.
Your personal benefits from CBD oil use will depend on several factors. First of all, it will depend on the type of CBD oil product you choose. If you choose a hemp-derived CBD oil, you can expect to feel calming effects, an improved mood, and better sleep. If you choose a cannabis-derived CBD oil, you can expect more stimulatory effects. 
Finally, the dosage of CBD oil that you take will also impact how quickly you recognize results. Your CBD oil will come with a recommended dosage to start with, but this often has to be adjusted depending on your weight and what existing health issues you have. Consider this a recommended starting point but not something set in stone.
What Benefits Should I Expect From CBD Oil?
Now that you’re familiar with the many benefits that CBD can offer, you may be wondering how long it will take to notice the beneficial effects of CBD oil. To be honest, this will vary from person to person and will depend on several other factors. 
If you don’t notice benefits from your CBD oil product within the first couple of months, you may want to consider the following points.
Cannabis plants are naturally high in THC and low in CBD. Therefore, CBD oil derived from cannabis will have very different effects on the body than CBD oil derived from hemp. THC is the cannabinoid that is known for creating a high in the user. THC mimics a neurotransmitter called anandamide. This neurotransmitter is responsible for the body’s interpretation of pleasurable stimuli. Since your body cannot tell the difference between THC and anandamide, consuming CBD oils that contain THC will create a similar state of euphoria within the user.