Dr. Patel,

I’m sad and disappointed. Maybe you can tell me why the CBD Oil by a brand called HempWorx didn’t work for me at all.


New York, NY



When you run into a situation when your CBD Oil doesn’t work for you, there are a series of 5 basic questions you need to ask yourself. I’ll step-by-step walk you through these questions.


1. Is CBD right for you?

There are conditions that are helped by CBD. And, then there are conditions that are not helped by CBD, not matter how much you take. I’ll walk you through the most common conditions that benefit from CBD.

  • Migraines & Headaches
  • Muscle Pain – such as Back Spasms
  • Nerve Pain – like Back Pain caused by Sciatica, Neuropathy – whether it’s caused by Diabetes or Chemotherapy, and even Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Anxiety – including Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post-Traumatic Disorder (PTSD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), & Panic Disorder
  • Mild-to-Moderate Insomnia


2. Did the CBD Oil even have CBD in it?

There are tons of companies out there who are basically selling vegetable oil in a bottle and calling it CBD oil. You need to do your research. Do not ever buy a CBD Oil without first looking at the laboratory test results. And, you need to demand these laboratory test results.

Shameless plug, by the way, I have my own line of CBD Oil and it tested down to the hundredth of a milligram. So you’ll know exactly how much CBD is in that bottle of CBD Oil.  And, in case you don’t know what a hundredth of a milligram is – it’s the the 2nd number after the decimal point.

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3. Are you using the right strength of CBD Oil?

There are varying strengths of CBD Oils. They can range on average anywhere from 250 mg in a 1 ounce bottle to 1000 mg in a 1 ounce bottle.  Now that’s not to say you can’t find less concentrated or more concentrated CBD Oil, but this is an average.

Now some patients need lower potencies to effectively relieve their symptoms, while other patients need higher potencies to effectively relieve their symptoms.

When it comes to higher potencies, more doesn’t mean better.  In fact, using too much CBD can make things like pain worse. Believe it or not, too much CBD is not a good thing.


4. Did you take the right dose of CBD Oil?

There’s no one size fits all dose. The varies highly from person to person. And, in fact, here’s an example.

I had 2 patients who struggling with insomnia. They were both pretty much had similar BMI’s. Both tried the same CBD product.  One patient needed 2.5 mg, while the other patient needed 50 mg. So that just goes to show you how widely variable the dose of CBD can be.

Having said that, I’ve worked with folks to help them figure out the exact mg of CBD that’s right for them. There is a methodology to it. And, I’ll walk you through that in either a consultation or an online course.

At the end of the day, if you’re not taking the right dose of CBD, it’s not going to work for you.


5. Did you take the CBD Oil at the right frequency?

You don’t want to take the CBD Oil too often, but you also don’t want to take the CBD Oil not often enough. You want to hit that sweet spot, where you’re experiencing the medical benefits of CBD, but you’re not experiencing the side effects, including, like I mentioned previously, worsening of your pain.

And, if need help figuring out how to use CBD Oil, I’m more than happy to help.  You can sign up for a consultation or an online course.  And, I’ll step-by-step walk you through how to use CBD Oil so that you get results.