THC/CBD Dosing & Use

WHEN THC MET CBD

How do these two cannabinoids interact to benefit our bodies in a way they can't on their own?

THC and CBD amplify each other's medicinal properties and the balance of both typically helps keep any uncomfortable side effect at bay. This may be explained by the way in which THC and CBD interact with our CB1 receptors. CB1 receptors are part of our endocannabinoid receptor systems. They exist primarily in the brain and can signal for different pathways when engaged. THC engages the CB1 receptor at the main binding and signals for many pathways including anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), analgesic, anti-inflammatory and psychotropic activity. CBD does not effectively bind to the CB1 receptor on its own, but it can when THC is already bound to the main binding site. 

 

When THC engages the CB1 receptor at the main binding site, it opens up a secondary location on that same receptor that CBD can bind to. When both THC and CBD are bound to the same CB1 receptor, the medicinal signaling pathways are amplified and the psychotropic activity diminishes. Counteracting the uncomfortable side effects of THC.

ENDO-CANNABISNOID SYSTEM​

Our Endo-Cannabinoid System  can slow down what is too active and stimulate what is too still in our bodies. The greatest benefits can be gained when starting as low as 1mg/day dose and increasing very slowly if needed when using THC combined products. Health benefits can vary based on the Cannabinoid ratio in each strain.

Cannabis Tip: A THC and CBD Combo has been known to provide relief for ailments like digestive disorders, inflammation, immune disorders, neuropathic pain and chemotherapy side effects such as nausea and vomiting.

According to recent statistics, the U.S. has more than 2.6 million medical cannabis patients.

NON PSYCHOACTIVE

THCA 1:5

The plan makes these compounds in the acid form before being heated. THCA is considered to be twice the anti-inflammatory agent as THC and is used by many patients for muscle and joint pains.

THCA has no psychoactive effects.

NON PSYCHOACTIVE

Abundant 20:1

Patients find CBD Abundant ratio helpful for spasms, convulsions, tremors, endocrine disorders, anxiety, depression, psychosis and other mood disorders, and overall wellness.

CBD counteracts the effects of THC, therefore has revers (non) psychoactive effects.

BORDERLINE PSYCHOACTIVE

Plentiful 10:1

Many patients find the 10:1 CBD to THC ratio most helpful for pain relief, immune support, and other overall health benefits.

This ratio can be psychoactive to some. High CBD medicines may prevent patients from falling asleep. 

PSYCHOACTIVE

Balanced 1:1

Most patients find this Balanced ratio helpful for pain, rheumatism, inflammation, chronic pain, gastrointestinal issues, stress relief, and overall mood enhancer.

This ratio should be used with caution for those who have not used THC before.

HIGHLY PSYCHOACTIVE

THC Robust 1:5

THC Robust ratio is recommended by many oncologists for support with tumors and other ailments related to cancer.

This ratio is most commonly known as the ratio for "Rick Simpson Oil" and is highly psychoactive.

Beginners Guide to mixed ratios

THC/CBD 101

Cannabis medicine is highly personalized, it takes experimentation to find the ratio to produce the experience you desire.

Start with 10mg CBD plus 2.5mg THC. Increase the CBD dose by 5mg increments and the THC dose by 2.5mg increments until you reach a dose that delivers the experience you want.

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