When first trying marijuana there is always some fear about how much one should take. This blog post aims to help those who have never tried marijuana before finding the perfect dose for them by providing several different methods of medication along with some helpful tips on how each one works best.
Dosing cannabis is a very individual experience. To find what works best for you, it’s important that everyone experiments with their doses until they feel comfortable and confident in the amount given – even though there may not be any one-size-fits-all answer!
Some people like taking small amounts while others prefer larger quantities; some need something mild enough so as not to make them too anxious or uncomfortable but strong enough where its effects can still take hold of them.
If you’re new to cannabis or haven’t used it for a while, we tell newcomers that they should start low and go slow. Increasing your dose gradually will prevent the effects of too much THC from getting overwhelming on an empty stomach – which can lead to those new initiate psychotropic highs pretty quickly!
I know it sounds scary, but don’t worry! When people call us at Tree of Life Dispensary Las Vegas concerned that they took too much cannabis or have some sort of bad reaction, we calmly assure them everything will be just fine. You might experience anxiety-like symptoms for about an hour after consuming THC – this is normal and nothing you should stress over.
You might be wondering what the best course of action is when consuming cannabis. We would recommend taking a nap, drinking plenty of water, and getting in your warm shower if possible! Don’t do this at home alone though because it can make you feel unsteady on your feet or even unsafe while walking around outside until that feeling passes which will happen eventually without any lasting effects from using marijuana.
It’s important to know what kind of high you want. Is it fast-acting, like an edible with 20 minutes from consuming it before the effects are felt; or delayed onset where they kick in after 30+ hours? And then there’s short term vs prolonged duration for each type as well– are 4 days long enough on repeat use but not ideal if someone wants relief every day at different times throughout their life (like insomnia)?
A person with inflammatory bowel disease or irritable bowel syndrome may want a longer-acting product, to keep the cannabinoids in their system. A good option for this would be edible forms of cannabis because they can provide steady doses over time instead of smoking multiple joints every single day which many find unpleasant.
The dispensary will ask all these questions when first coming into our store so don’t be shy! Come visit us today! We’re located at 150 E Centennial Pkwy, Suite 114 Las Vegas, Nevada.