Cannabis therapeutics gives the best results when the patients personalizes their dosing. What this means is one will have to do a little exploring to discover what exactly will work best for you and your condition. Be open to this exploring. Be proactive about your engagement with medical cannabis.
The selection of medical cannabis and cannabis products now that commercialization has arrived is amazing. There will be new products every week and in time the industry will mature and competition in an open legal framework will bring the price down.
Start a journal and when you dose write down what you did and what your experience was, and very soon you will be a medical cannabis dosing expert. For most medical conditions, thc and cbd are synergistic in effect. Thus you want to incorporate both cbd rich strains and THC rich strains into your regime.
For most medical conditions, thc and cbd are synergistic in effect. Thus you want to incorporate both cbd rich strains and THC rich strains into your regime.
CBD strains are often sedating – but otherwise have no psychoactive effect. THC strains can be both sedating and stimulating. If you decide to use cannabis flowers, decarboxylate your cannabis first, and generally use sativa for daytime and indica for the evening. Begin with small doses over the course of a day. Use the same dose and ratio for several days. Observe the effects and if necessary adjust the ratio or amount. Don’t overdo it. “Less is more” is often the case with cannabis therapeutics.
Liquid pot - discreet - looks good, has sex appeal. Expensive and filled with dangerous propylene glycol.
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If you are new to (medical) cannabis there are some good products which must be explored carefully until one has more experience. Concentrates and edibles/medibles cause the most issues for folks without a lot of cannabis experience. Those new to cannabis often mistakenly believe edibles/medibles are safer than flower and the opposite in true.
Concentrates also require more care. If you are new to cannabis, the ability to use discreetly makes concentrates seem better, but are often too potent for new users. Concentrates also have a much higher cost per dose which partially explains why the industry promotes them.
Cannabis is a safe and forgiving medicine but be aware it can have side effects. Depending upon delivery method and individual tolerance, it can amplify anxiety and mood disorders. Other possible side effects are dry mouth, dizziness and faintness.
more on concentrates and the dangers of dabs.
- Mixing with Alcohol
Those new to cannabis want to take it slow with concentrates.
Those new to cannabis want to take it slow with edibles.
Those new to cannabis want to take it slow with cannabis drinks.
And those new to cannabis should never mix their cannabis use with alcohol.