How To Make CBD Oil with Different Dosages!

How to make CBD Oil

How To Make CBD Oil with Different Dosages!

CBD Oil CBD Isolate Recipe

Our customers send me emails all the time asking the best way to make their own cbd oil that they can measure their own dosages with. It is really simple actually and should take less than 10 minutes of your time. Usually store bought oils will come in .5 – 1 ounce bottles, costing you anywhere from 50-100+ dollars. With this recipe you will make a total of 8 ounces!

CBD OIL Recipe – 20mg / Serving

Ingredients Needed for 8 ounces / 1 cup of CBD Oil:

  • 1000mg CBD Isolate
  • 1 Cup(8 Ounces) MCT, Coconut, or Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Thermometer
  • Pot and Stove or Microwave


  • Add 1 cup of oil to a pot. Turn the stove onto its lowest settings. You do not want to get the oil too hot and burn it.
  • Add 1000 mg of CBD Isolate into the pot once oil is slightly warm. Oil should not exceed 245 °F /118 °C (boiling) as the CBD will burn out of the mixture.
  • Or you can microwave the oil for 20 seconds in a microwave safe container.
  • Stir mixture until CBD has completely dissolved.
  • Let mixture cool then pour mixture into jar and store at room temperature.

You should now have 48 teaspoons of 20mg CBD Oil per serving!

Of course you can adjust the dosage strength by adding more or less CBD Isolate per serving to the CBD Oil Recipe. All you need to do is divide the amount of oil used in teaspoons. For example 1 cup is 48 teaspoons, if you used half a cup of oil instead you will get 24 servings at 40mg/dosage. Scroll down below for a chart of the dosage amounts!

One note is if u use coconut oil, if kept cool the oil will harden, I recommend MCT oil(highly refined coconut oil) in place of coconut oil because of this. I would try to stay away from making anything to concentrated, however everyone’s dosages are different. You can always make a smaller batch and take less of the oil to minimize the dosage amount.

1 CUP1000 / mg48 teaspoons / ~20 mg
1 CUP2000 / mg48 teaspoons / ~42 mg
1 CUP3000 / mg 48 teaspoons / ~63 mg
1 CUP5000 / mg48 teaspoons / ~104 mg
1/2 CUP 1000 / mg 24 teaspoons / ~ 41 mg
1/2 CUP 2000 / mg 24 teaspoons / ~ 83 mg
1/2 CUP 3000 / mg 24 teaspoons / ~ 125 mg
1/2 CUP 5000 / mg 24 teaspoons / ~ 208 mg

If you have any questions feel free to email us directly anytime!

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