I know by now we all have heard both the positives and the “negatives”( I say it that way because, lets face it, the only down side is if you irresponsibly misuse too young. So stay in school kids and don’t do anything that messes with your developing brain. ) At this point the positives out weigh the negatives.
So lets start by saying that if you haven’t guessed, we are strong supporters in this CBD/THC movement. This plant is as natural as it gets. Grow. Dry. Use. It’s that simple, but enough about what I think, lets get to the good part.
CBD & THC are both made from the same stuff. 21 carbon atoms, 30 hydrogen atoms, and 2 oxygen atoms; It just goes to show that 6th grade science teachers are right and science is literally everywhere. The only difference is the way they are arranged. Which, in-turn, accounts for THC’s psychoactive properties. Because of THC’s atom arrangement, it is able to bind with the cannabinoid 1 (CB1) receptors in the brain. This produces the high or sense of euphoria.
That isn’t all that THC is good for though. Pain, muscle spasms, glaucoma, insomnia, low appetite, nausea and anxiety, just to name a few. And the list of pros for CBD is just as great. CBD can help with seizures, inflammation, pain, psychosis and mental disorders, inflammatory bowel disease, nausea, migraines, anxiety and depression.
With all these great benefits how could you not want to add CBD/THC to your daily life?! With this being a fairly new venture and with new products coming out all the time it may take some time to find what works best for you.
Now whether you are a CBD/THC connoisseur or just a beginner, micro-dossing is a great way to stay grounded while also reaping the countless benefits of these natural compounds. It’s also a great way to discover what what works best for for without breaking the bank.
Micro-dossing is as simple as it sounds. Just taking a smaller dosage. For those of you who are more familiar with this playground, maybe try cutting back a bit more and smaller dosses through out the day. For those of you starting out, I suggest CBD /THC pens, gummies, and oils. These introductions make it easier for you to control the uses and dosses so that you can use smaller amounts while you are trying to find what works for you.
Whether you choose a suitable combo or choose to enjoy them separately. These compounds help relax and put the body into a sense of peace. They allow you to help heal, unplug and unwind from the curve balls that life likes to throw us every once in a while. Sometimes more days than others.
So whether you are suffering from chronic pain or just a long hard day at work and a glass of wine just isn’t cutting it. Grab yourself some CBD/THC and allow it to do what it was created to do. Sit back, relax and enjoy.
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