Find Your Perfect Dose.
Whether you’re looking for a way to unwind at the end of the day or you’re battling aches and pain, cannabis edibles can improve your health and happiness.
While cannabis helps facilitate positive moments for many people, most cannabis users can share an experience of being uncomfortably high at some point in their lives. These stories usually start with “My roommate made brownies,” and end with “and I am never eating cannabis edibles again!”
By taking the time to identify your individual needs, the days of brownie experiences gone bad can be a thing of the past. Learn how cannabis edibles work in your body and you can find your perfect dose.
What You Need To Know.
Onset: Edible effects are typically felt within 30 minutes-2 hours.
Duration: You can expect the effects of cannabis edibles to last for 2-8 hours.
Recommended Dosing: 1-3mg of THC is a good starting dose for anyone new to cannabis or cannabis edibles.
Find Your Dose: Everyone is different so it’s important to find the right dose for you. Start with a low dose and wait the full 2 hours before taking more, you can always take more but you can never take less. Consider using a journal to track doses and effects.
A Healthy Alternative to Smoking: There are many reasons people choose to explore cannabis edibles, one being that consuming edibles is better for your lungs compared to smoking or vaping.
THC Edibles Dosing Guide: Our THC Edibles Dosing Guide should be used as a point of reference, but it’s important to note that everybody metabolizes cannabis differently and effects will vary from person to person. This guide focuses only on THC dosing, but many edibles contain CBD too. Keep reading to learn more about CBD edibles.
What To Do If You Overindulge: The best thing you can do is go to bed and sleep it off. Consuming too much cannabis shouldn’t hurt you.
CBD can help counteract the psychotropic effects of THC. If you’re worried about feeling too high, consider having a fast-acting CBD tincture on hand.
Edible Labels: In California both THC and CBD are required to be clearly stated on all labels. The total mg of each package and dose (serving) will be listed on the label. Cannabis labels are there for your education and should always be read.
Types Of Cannabis Edibles.
THC: THC edibles can be found with as low as 1mg THC to as high as 100mg THC per serving. THC edibles, depending on dose, will elicit psychoactive effects.
CBD: CBD edibles can be used daily to help with inflammation, muscle aches, anxiety, and mood improvement. CBD on its own is non-psychoactive, but various ratios of CBD:THC are available, and depending on the ratio may present psychoactive effects. Understanding CBD ratios will help you better prepare for the effects. Learn more about CBD >>
Microdose: A low dose of THC, microdosed edibles typically contain <5mg THC. Microdose edibles are good for people who are new to cannabis, or for looking to consume during the day, and can help with focus, anxiety. When taken in tandem with CBD, microdose edibles can also help with mood stabilization.
Nanotechnology: Nanoemulsion shrinks the cannabis molecules making them more bioavailable. This results in quicker onset time, as little as 15 minutes, and stronger effects per dose.
Cannabis Edibles For…
Sleep: If you have trouble sleeping through the night consider taking a cannabis edible because of the long duration. If your issue is falling asleep, you’ll want something with a quicker onset time, like an inhalable or tincture.
Pain: If you experience chronic pain, cannabis edibles can offer a significant amount of relief due to their long duration and varying potencies. If you are experiencing onset pain that comes and goes, you may want to try a topical or tincture as the effects will be felt more quickly.
Appetite: THC for many people induces appetite and can be helpful if you are undergoing treatment that suppresses your appetite. Many people in this situation find that beverages and capsules are an easy way to consume.
Always Consult Your Doctor: If you are being seen by a doctor for a medical reason we always recommend consulting with them before introducing cannabis into your regimen.
Nausea: Studies have shown that cannabis acts as an antiemetic and can play a significant role in combating nausea. Beverages and capsules are a good way to use cannabis to help combat nausea.
Fun: While cannabis edibles have amazing health benefits, there’s no reason that we shouldn’t turn to cannabis as a fun way to relax!
Start Exploring Cannabis Edibles Today.
Now that you’re a cannabis edibles expert, it’s time for you to start experimenting and find your perfect dose.
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