Despite the many benefits of cannabis being reported in the news, the many cannabis-related studies with promising results, and the many scientific articles debunking previously held negative beliefs about weed, a lot of people are still hesitant about trying it out. Why is this so?
One of the reasons why many people are still on the fence about using pot or are still not embracing it is the fact that it gets one high. And cannabis causing the sensation of being “high” and even the word “high” itself just do not sit well with a lot of individuals. Let’s admit it, HIGH does have a negative connotation. It is also because of this particular effect that cannabis still seems unable to step out of the shadows of hard drugs and other illicit substances like cocaine, ecstasy, and amphetamines.
Well, we have some good news. Especially if you are one of these people.
The good news is MICRODOSING.
Microdosing is when you take in small amounts of cannabis, just enough for your body to absorb and take advantage of the good benefits of tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, but not enough to get you stoned. THC is the psychoactive, mind-altering chemical component of cannabis. Is it even possible to consume THC in little quantities and not get high? Yes, it is.
To help you learn more about microdosing, including the various medical conditions that can be relieved by microdosing, just how much cannabis is involved in microdosing, the range of benefits you can get from microdosing, and how to do it, we have prepared an e-book for you. This e-book is part of our Cannabis 101 Special Series.
What’s more, we give you the answer to a question many people always seem to be asking: What does it take to pass a drug test when you use cannabis?
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