Microdosing Cannabis: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

Microdosing is a method of dosing cannabis which allows you to reap its medical benefits without getting high (or experiencing any side effects). Here’s all you need to know.

Nowadays, there are a couple of big trends among medical cannabis consumers:

One of them is using high CBD products, since cannabidiol (CBD) diminishes the head high produced by THC. It also has numerous health benefits when consumed as a solitary compound.

The other trend is a special approach to consuming cannabis, which was previously associated only with psychedelic substances—microdosing.

The premise behind microdosing is simple:

By administering very small doses of cannabis it’s possible to relieve symptoms of many conditions while avoiding the psychoactive and intoxicating effects of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Basics of microdosing

Microdosing is a method of consuming cannabis in the smallest possible (but still therapeutically beneficial) doses, in order to avoid getting high or experiencing side-effects of cannabis.

Of course, most cannabis enthusiasts don’t consider the THC-induced high as something negative—quite the contrary—but some users have a tough time adjusting to these novel sensations cannabis produces. Microdosing is perfect for these types of users.

Microdosing originated in psychedelic drug research, and it was initially a way to administer low doses of LSD and psilocybin mushrooms for therapeutic purposes. 

As of recently, psychedelic substances are being explored for their potential in treating clinical depression, as well as boosting creativity.

So, if we can successfully microdose psychedelics to treat depression why can’t we do the same with cannabis?

Hence, microdosing cannabis refers to taking small and precisely measured amounts, in a carefully planned schedule.

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Some experts think that overloading the system with THC is not always the best approach,

Read more at: https://greencamp.com/microdosing/