Cannabinoids like CBD and THC affects everyone differently. While one person may eat an edible and want to be productive, another person may eat that same edible and sleep for two days. LOL.
While 15mg may give one person the desired effects they were looking for, another person may not get those same effects till maybe double or triple that dose.
Many things must be taken into consideration like metabolism, liver metabolism, weight, etc., but even then, how we are all process cannabinoids is unique.
Cannabis shows to be most beneficial when taking the lowest dose that will give you the benefits you are looking for, this is called the lowest therapeutic dose. This lowest dose will give you the relief you are looking for without overdoing it.
For example, some studies on cannabis and pain management show pain relief at low doses, while high doses have shown to increase the pain levels. Its basically showing that less is more. Low doses give relief. Although this isn’t always the case… It is best to start at lower doses and acclimate yourself to find what you desire.
When you cannot control dose in cannabis, this often gives people unwanted side effects. Those that smoked or ate a brownie once and had unwanted side effects probably won’t think twice about trying that again because they don’t want to take that same ride lol.
What if I told you that you could take it in measured doses to find the effects you like before you get to feeling over the edge? That’s the beauty of having controlled dosages. You can control the dose and make it much more pleasurable.
When you can take 15mg of CBD or 2.5mg of THC at a time, you can gradually increase your dose to find what best works for you. This is a great way for those that do not want unwanted side effects that may be described as “One minute I was on the ground and the next minute on the moon”.
So, when you are using CBD, find that dose that works for you. The greatest thing about this plant compound is that it was recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as having a good safety profile (2020, WHO).
*This information is for educational purposes and simply sharing of the information pertained to studies. No medical advice or claims are being made.
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