Microdosing has become an increasingly popular form of dosing cannabis to manage symptoms, reach the desired dose, and avoid overuse of pharmaceuticals. CKSoul tinctures are a smokeless way to ingest cannabis which makes microdosing a simple and convenient way to get to your desired result.
WHAT IS MICRODOSING?
Microdosing is using small doses of cannabis and increasing slowly to reach the desired effect or efficacy. “Start low and go slow” is the idea behind microdosing. This allows the body to reach the optimal dose slowly in order to avoid an overwhelming psychoactive effect.
WHAT CANNABIS PRODUCTS CAN I MICRODOSE WITH?
Microdosing can be done with any form of cannabis consumption but tends to be the most accurate and effective with the use of tinctures. Unlike edibles or inhalation, tinctures allow for precise control of dosing, which is important when microdosing. THC products are most commonly used for microdosing due to psychoactivity, but CBD can also be incorporated into this regimen, therefore microdosing can be done with any CKSoul product.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF MICRODOSING?
Taking too much of anything can create an adverse response, cannabis is no exception. For example, taking too much cannabis for anxiety can actually cause more anxiety. There is a delicate balance to finding the right dose, or the “sweet spot” that can alleviate symptoms, and keep them at bay throughout the day. Microdosing is commonly used by consumers who are looking for control of symptoms for common ailments while avoiding the feeling of being “stoned”. Microdosing allows users to maintain their daily lifestyle while managing symptoms.
WHAT CAN YOU FIND RELIEF FROM WITH MICRODOSING?
Microdosing is commonly used for relief from the following ailments such as:
- Chronic pain,
- Improve Focus
HOW DO I KNOW WHAT DOSE TO TAKE?
Dosages and recommendations vary for every individual. CKSoul recommends consulting with an experienced cannabis clinician. They will provide individualized guidance tailored to your specific needs while advising common adverse reactions, potential medication contradictions, and more.
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