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MICRODOSING Cannabinoids? How to Try the LATEST trend in CANNABIS.


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It's not just mushrooms.

For some people, cannabis can be a very helpful medicine. For others, it's just a fun night out with friends. But for some, cannabis is more than just a recreational drug or even a useful therapeutic tool: it's also a way to get more out of life. That's what microdosing is all about—taking very small amounts of THC (or other cannabinoids) in your day-to-day life to improve your mood, focus, creativity, and health. And as any enthusiast will tell you, there are many ways to microdose cannabis! Whether you're looking for an easy way to add CBD into your daily routine or want something stronger that'll help with physical pain or anxiety symptoms—or both—microdosing can be the perfect solution for you.


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What is Microdosing, and Why Microdose?

Microdosing is the action of taking a small amount of a substance in metered amounts. This can be done by using it topically, inhaling it, or ingesting it. Microdosing allows the user to find their optimal dose and avoid unwanted side effects and adverse reactions.


"Microdosing is the action of taking a small amount of a substance in metered amounts."

If you are considering microdosing cannabinoids and have never used them before, there are several ways you can safely get started. You may choose to microdose CBD oil, hemp oil or other forms of cannabis extract; however we recommend that you start with an oral spray that delivers cannabinoids directly into your bloodstream as soon as they’re absorbed from your digestive system this absorption happens approximately 100 times faster than if you were consuming edibles such as chocolate bars!


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Microdosing cannabinoids has shown promising results in improving overall health as well as mental health disorders such as anxiety or depression. Research shows that some people use this method to maintain balance within their endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS regulates everything from mood swings to pain response so when it becomes unbalanced due to age-related changes or maybe had too many years spent drinking alcohol every weekend...


"It (microdosing) provides many benefits like increased focus and energy, better sleep patterns, reduced pain from inflammation or arthritis--all without the overwhelming psychoactive effects associated with some higher doses."

You can't microdose cannabinoids if the product you're using is too strong for your body. That's why it's important to find a product with the right dosage for you and your needs. The best way to do this is through an oral spray.


This allows you to take micro doses of cannabis without having to get too high. The reason behind microdosing is that it provides many benefits like increased focus and energy, better sleep patterns, reduced pain from inflammation or arthritis--all without the overwhelming psychoactive effects associated with some higher doses. Microdosing cannabinoids has also shown promising results in improving overall health as well as mental health disorders such as anxiety or depression. The ECS regulates everything from mood swings to pain response.


Microdosing and the Endocannabinoid System

First, let's talk about the endocannabinoid system. Your body produces its own cannabinoids, called endocannabinoids, which interact with receptors located throughout the body. These receptors help regulate many important processes such as pain, mood and memory function.


"Microdosing involves taking small amounts of these cannabinoids on a regular basis in order to subtly enhance your mood and performance without getting too high off them—like using an herb supplement instead of caffeine pills for energy."

The cannabis plant naturally contains cannabinoids—the most well-known being tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). THC is responsible for the feeling of being high that marijuana users experience when they smoke or ingest it; CBD doesn't produce this same type of psychoactive effect but has shown to have a wide range of medicinal applications.


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Microdosing involves taking small amounts of these cannabinoids on a regular basis in order to subtly enhance your mood and performance without getting too high off them—like using an herb supplement instead of caffeine pills for energy. The way in which microdosing works with your body's own cannabinoid production depends on several factors: how much you consume at once; whether you're smoking or consuming additional supplements; what concentration level you prefer; etcetera.


Benefits of microdosing include improved mood and stress relief without the negative side effects of cannabis like paranoia or anxiety. Microdosing can also help with pain management when you're dealing with chronic arthritis or fibromyalgia without having to take prescription medication. Microdosing is also a great way to boost creativity, as well as improve your memory function by stimulating neurons in the hippocampus region (which processes new information).


However, microdosing isn't always easy. Many people don't know how much of a substance is needed to feel its effects on the body, which can lead them down paths of trial and error until they find their perfect dose. Fortunately, there are some simple guidelines that can help guide you through this process...


Finding Your Right Dose

  • Use a journal to track your progress. (This is recommended for every microdoser.)

  • Start with a low dose and work your way up to find the right dose for you.

  • Keep a journal to track your progress, including any mental or physical changes you notice as well as dosages used. It's really important to know what works for you!

When it comes to cannabis, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Each cannabinoid has its own effect, and many people find that a combination of cannabinoids works best for them. Think of microdosing as an easy way to test different combinations and figure out what's right for you.


"Some people report feeling less anxious, less paranoid or even euphoria after microdosing cannabis!"

As with any new substance, start low and go slow. Research shows that microdosing can be especially effective for people with chronic pain or medical conditions like cancer and HIV/AIDS who want to treat their symptoms without feeling high all day long. Just remember not to self-medicate if you are taking prescription medications that interact with cannabis.


Microdosing is an easy, effective way to help treat anxiety and depression. It can also help with PTSD symptoms such as nightmares, flashbacks and hypervigilance. Some people report feeling less anxious, less paranoid or even euphoria after microdosing cannabis!


How to Try Microdosing Cannabinoids

The easiest and most discreet way to microdose cannabinoids is through an oral spray. It's also the fastest acting method, which means that you can feel its effects right away. It's pocket friendly, discreet and vape alternative.


Oral spray is the best way to microdose cannabinoids. It's fast acting and long lasting, and it's discreet, pocket friendly, and a vape alternative...


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For example, if you're looking to get a boost while alleviating stress or anxiety, a mild dose of THCV might be just what you need. If you want to feel more relaxed and less jittery after lunch, an oral spray containing D8THC could do the trick. And if pain is keeping you up at night, a small amount of CBN can help. Or if it's something that's more medical in nature—like chronic pain or nausea— The raw acidic cannabinoids like CBDA and CBGA may be preferable.


The Best Method for Microdosing Cannabinoids

By now we know that oral sprays are the best method for microdosing cannabinoids. By keeping the cannabinoids in a liquid format, they are more bioavailable than other methods. Bioavailability is the amount of a drug that enters your bloodstream and is available to be used by your body. You can dose with an oral spray in just one or two seconds and it will last in your system for many hours.


"You can dose with an oral spray in just one or two seconds and it will last in your system for many hours."

Cannabinoids have different absorption rates depending on their structure, so some cannabinoids need to be eaten to achieve maximum bioavailability. Some of the most effective minor cannabinoids for oral microdosing include:

  • THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin)

  • CBG (Cannabigerol)

  • CBN (Cannabinol)

  • CBDA (Cannabidiolic Acid)

  • CBGA (Cannabinolic Acid)

Cannabinoids can be stacked or combined to help increase their effects. This phenomena is called the entourage effect. Microdosing is a great way to experiment and stack different minor cannabinoids. It's important to note that some cannabinoids can be more effective when combined with others. For example, CBD and CBN (cannabinol) are both found in the same plant but interact differently with your body. While CBD is best known for its potent anti-inflammatory properties, CBN has been shown to promote sleep and relaxation. The combination of the two cannabinoids can be a great way to help ease tension and relax before bed.


Keep a journal or note in your phone to find your right dose.

Microdosing is a great way to find your right dose. It's also a technique that can help you avoid overdoing it, especially if you're new to cannabis and want to avoid feeling too high from taking too much at once. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) works by regulating how the body responds to external stimuli with what we call homeostasis. This means that if there's something in your body that isn't supposed to be there—the ECS will help get rid of it so you don't feel high or experience unwanted side effects like paranoia or anxiety.


"This means that if there's something in your body that isn't supposed to be there—the ECS will help get rid of it so you don't feel high or experience unwanted side effects like paranoia or anxiety."

Effects may not be the same for everyone. Some people find a small dose of cannabinoids to be helpful, while others need much higher doses. Research has shown that low doses can have an anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effect whereas higher doses may actually make anxiety worse.


That's why ultra-low doses are best for starting out: they're unlikely to cause any negative reactions because there aren't enough cannabinoids in them for our brains' receptors to react with strongly enough for us even notice anything's happening! But how often should you take different cannabinoids? What dosage level works best for each effect? How do I know when I've taken the right dose? And how long does it take before I start feeling its effects after taking sublingually (under the tongue)? All great questions!


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Keeping a journal or note in your phone to find your right dose can help. Sprayable oral products like cannabinoid sprays and sublingual tinctures are the best way to microdose cannabinoids because they deliver small, ultra-low doses directly into the bloodstream via blood vessels under tongue that bypass first-pass metabolism.


Making Microdosing a part of your daily routine.

Starting any new routine can be difficult. It takes time to get into a groove and form new habits. But once you do, it’s amazing how much easier life can be. Microdosing is no different: You have to stick with it for a while before you start seeing the benefits of this simple practice. As with any new habit, you should make a plan and stick to it. Start by deciding what time of day you want to microdose (many people find mornings are best) and how many days per week you’ll do it. Some people set aside a dedicated space in your home where they can keep all the supplies they need for microdosing; this helps keep things organized. Once you’re ready, take your first dose!


"As with any new habit, you should make a plan and stick to it."

Here are some additional easy tips and tricks on how to incorporate cannabinoids into your everyday life:

  • Find a time and place to microdose.

  • Take a small amount of your chosen cannabinoid product sublingually (under your tongue).

  • Start with just 1 or 2 sprays. This can help you find your low effective dose quickly.

  • Wait at least an hour before making any decisions or judgments about how it feels.

  • If you feel nothing, increase the amount of product you take.

  • Repeat this process until a pleasant feeling is achieved (this will vary from person to person).

It’s important to note that the effects of microdosing may be subtle and may not be as noticeable as taking large amounts at once. It is also important to remember that it takes time for your body to get used to the cannabinoids in your system, so don’t expect immediate results.


Conclusion

We hope this article has helped you understand the ins and outs of microdosing cannabinoids, how to do it and why you should. If you are interested in trying microdosing yourself, we encourage you to do so. It’s a fun and easy way to get all the benefits of cannabis without feeling too high or experiencing nasty side effects.


Please remember to consult your physician or doctor before making any lifestyle changes, and that this information is not intended to replace professional medical advice. Always consult a health care provider before making changes to your diet or lifestyle.


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