Microblazin’ Weed to Chillax: A Guide on How It Goes

Microblazin' Weed to Chillax: A Guide on How It Goes

Yo, what’s good? My name is Dan and I’m here to tell you about microdosing cannabis for anxiety. You see, anxiety disorders are affecting up to 40 million American adults these days, and prescriptions for drugs are through the roof. But, let’s be real, those pharmaceuticals come with some nasty side effects. That’s why millions of peeps are looking for alternative options. And with medical cannabis available in many states (and even some for recreational use), it seems like Mary Jane might just be the answer.

But hold up, there’s a problem with using cannabis – the THC in it can alter your cognition and physical abilities. That’s where microdosing comes in, my homies. Microdosing means you consume tiny amounts of cannabis throughout the day. The dosage is enough to feel some effects but not enough to mess with your head.

The idea of microdosing isn’t new – Albert Hofmann, the Swiss chemist who created LSD, said that microdosing would become a significant area of psychedelic study before he passed in ’08. And since then, lots of scientists have been down with the idea too.

But get this – not many people know about microdosing. They still smoke or consume high-THC cannabis because they think it’ll help them more. But research shows that less is often more when it comes to Mary Jane.

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A study from 2012 had 263 cancer patients take different doses of a synthetic THC/CBD compound. The low and medium dosages actually had the most pain-relieving effects. So, yeah, sometimes less really is more.

Microdosing isn’t just for psychedelics like LSD – experts say that lower THC doses in cannabis can be beneficial for peeps with medical needs too. Dr. Dustin Sulak, a specialist in cannabis medicine, says that raising THC consumption can sometimes be counterproductive and even cause anxiety instead of helping it.

Microdosing can have different effects on different people. Some peeps might find that microdosing makes them more productive while keeping their mind clear. Others might use it to relieve stress and tension.

Some potential benefits of microdosing cannabis include pain relief, reducing inflammation, and fighting nausea. It’s also a popular choice for insomnia, but taking too much can make you feel tired and groggy. Microdosing can give relaxation and promote deep sleep patterns without leaving you feeling zonked out.

When it comes to anxiety, using cannabis can have biphasic effects – meaning that low doses of THC can actually help to decrease stress levels. But at higher doses, it can often make things worse. Researchers from the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois found that out in a study where test subjects experienced increased levels of anxiety with higher doses.

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CBD, on the other hand, has been proven to be effective in reducing anxiety behaviors relevant to multiple disorders like PTSD, GAD, PD, OCD, and SAD. Microinjections of CBD into specific areas of the brain showed anxiolytic (anxiety-relieving) and panicolytic (reduced fight instinct) effects.

But wait, there’s more! Microdosing cannabis is cost-effective and can be used in different ways like edibles, smoking, or vaporizing. However, it’s hard to measure the exact dosage when smoking, so it’s not the best choice for microdosing. Edibles have a gradual impact, while vaping is better because you can get an accurate reading on dosing.

When it comes to strains for microdosing cannabis, sativas with a reasonable CBD level are suggested to counteract the effects of THC. Sativas are known for their uplifting experience. Here are five great options: Tsunami Crush, Pineapple Thai, Kaua’i Electric, Pinetrak, and Happy Hiker Haze.

So, there you have it, folks – microdosing cannabis for anxiety. It might not be a well-known concept, but it could be the answer for those looking for an alternative to pharmaceuticals with nasty side effects. Give it a try and see if it works for you!

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