Microdosing With Cannabis

Microdosing with Cannabis
 

Have you tried microdosing your cannabis?

Microdosing with cannabis is something that is very personal. There is no magic bullet for all patients; it is different for each one. So keep experimenting until you find the dose that works for you.

Many products entering the cannabis market recently have been created with one goal in mind: potency. Even flower strains today are genetically trained to increase their THC content. While this a gift to some with high tolerance levels or severe pain, for those of us who just need a little bit of THC to do the trick, we find ourselves trying to find the perfect balance of effects, the “goldilocks effect” of medicating.

 

Microdosing is exactly what it sounds like. Ingesting, consuming or smoking small amounts of cannabis or cannabis products to produce your desired effect.

However, if you ever find yourself in an uncomfortable sensation of being over-medicated, don’t panic!

There are a few ways to get you through the undesirable experience. CBD is a nifty compound found naturally in cannabis, gifted with the ability to provide relaxation without the common “stoned” effect, and (in a useful twist of nature) is also wonderful at counteracting the sometimes negative side effects of THC. A couple sprays of an 18:1 or higher CBD tincture, or a toke or two of pure hemp-based CBD concentrates, can help to pull you out of an uncomfortable sensation. A cold glass of water and a few refreshing splashes on your face can help to ground you as well.

Cannabis can help an overwhelmingly broad spectrum of symptoms. We encourage you to find the best way to medicate for yourself. Don’t let one bad experience scare you away! We are here to help you navigate the sometimes confusing maze of cannabis products available today, and above all we want you to feel comfortable and educated when visiting us for your needs. Come back to The Happy Campers for all your latest cannabis news and findings.

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