What is microdosing cannabis and is it right for you?
If you’ve never experimented with microdosing cannabis, you probably have no idea what you’ve been missing. Chasing your highest high every time you smoke will ruin your tolerance fast.
In fact, you could be smoking more than your body can process. So, you’re basically wasting your weed.
Microdosing is pretty much what it sounds like. Small doses of a substance are used to study the effects of drugs on humans.
In weeds case, microdosing is used to reduce tolerance or experience specific effects that are less present in high doses.
We’ll tell you everything you need to know about microdosing. Then, you can decide if microdosing will benefit you.
Reasons You Shouldn’t Use Microdosing
1. You use weed mainly for its psychoactive effects. You may not get as much of the psychoactive effects with too low of a dose.
However, if you’re consuming a lot, it’s still possible to be using less and getting just as high.
Microdosing is not going to help someone battling cancer. In fact, high doses like potent Rick Simpson Oil is usually used.
3. For creative work. Unless you feel like weed is making you too sleepy to be productive, microdosing probably won’t help.
A study by UC Berkeley found that weed stimulates the frontal lobe of the brain which plays an important role in creativity.
4. You’re trying to get high AF. Avoid microdosing in this case unless your tolerance has gotten really high.
In that case microdosing will help you get back to getting faded with less bud.
5. You’re feeling no effects from microdosing. If this is the case you’re taking too small of a dose.
It’s a waste of money if you get nothing at all from it. So, increase your dosage until you receive minimal effects.
6. You have no reason to. Wallet not hurting? Getting as high as you want to be every time? Sounds like you’re dosing just right.
If lower doses aren’t providing you with the benefits you require medically from cannabis, microdosing is probably not for you right now.