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November 25, 2021 0 Comments

Why is Your Weed Not Working For You?

A majority of us entered the marijuana march without any basic knowledge of how the lap goes. We either heard about its amazing benefits from a friend, a shady guy in the middle of a frat party, or just some bloke around the block. But there are very New Yorkers out there who’s first introduction to weed was through NY medical marijuana doctors. Which also means that only a few were educated about what product might work for them and why. 

So, for everyone who entered the world of terpenes and trichomes without the basic idea of what any of it means, there’s a possibility that you’ve been consuming your weed wrong this whole time. Might even explain why you don’t feel like it’s taking effect. 

Here are some possibilities pertaining to what might be wrong with your choice. 

Potency

It is usually recommended that first timers opt for lower potency products so things don’t get out of hand. This is especially true for products with high THC concentration. 

Unlike recreational weed (which can only contain a legal amount of 0.3% THC, medical marijuana has no such limit. Higher levels of this psychoactive cannabinoid can lead to elevation in anxiety levels, paranoia, heart rate, blood sugar levels and hallucinations. In short, definitely not the kind of high you’re looking for. 

On the other hand, very low potency products might not have an effect on your body. This depends on your age and body weight along with how tolerant you are to the drug. 

Depending on the type of effect you’ve had (too high or not high enough), you can either adjust the doses or find ones that might fit your requirements better. 

Mode of Consumption

You can smoke em, vape em, chew on them or gargle if you want; there really is no end to it. With the legalization of cannabis, you’re sure to find its traces in every type of product you can find. But just because it’s there, doesn’t mean it’s for you. 

While smokes are a great way of feeling an instant hit, it might not work well for an asthametic patient. On a different note, a gummy might not be the best option when you’re looking for immediate results. 

If you’re new to weed consumption, consult any medical marijuana doctors New York and learn about the best mode of consumption for your ailment. Or, you can start by experimenting with different types of products till you find the one you’re comfortable using. 

Source

One major reason your CBD oil might not be working for you is because it has no CBD. 

You’ll come across multiple hemp oil products that will be marketed as CBD oil. Don’t fall for it. It’s not CBD. 

We already know that any cannabis product that is being legally sold in the market today comes from hemp. But just because it comes from hemp, doesn’t make it a cannabis or CBD product. 

Both hemp oil and CBD oil come from the same plant but different areas of it, making them completely distinct. Just to be clear, hemp oil has no cannabinoids. 

To be cleared of all confusion, read through the product’s label, ingredient list and certificate of analysis to find the precise percentage of CBD or any other cannabinoid present in the product. 

Type of Product

Maybe you read about the purity of an isolated CBD product and got yourself one. Now you sit on the sofa and wait for the high to hit. We’ll make this simpler for you – it isn’t coming. 

There is no THC in this isolated tincture you’ve bought, so any euphoric experience is out of the question. 

On the other end of the spectrum, you might go on a complete mental trip while all you wanted was to relax after a long day at work. 

Whatever the purpose of consumption, you’ll have to find a product that fits right. If you’re looking for the complete entourage effect, look for multiple minor cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids in your ingredient list.  

Strain 

There isn’t one strain or just a handful to choose from, but hundreds. Some more popular than the others. So you’re definitely not short on options. 

It’s good to remember that every strain has its own distinct characteristics, its own terpene profile and a difference in effects. The Kush OG has a higher THC content making it a more apt choice for alleviating chronic pain symptoms. On the other hand, strains like Harlequin, Lifter or Charlotte’s Web have a much lower THC content, making them a better option for a calm and relaxing effect. 

Summarizing the Article 

Every cannabis product you’ll find in dispensaries or retail outlets will have its own signature effects. But you won’t know what they are unless you know how to read between the ingredients. 

To ensure that the product you consume is what your condition requires, begin by deciding the type of product you’d like to consume. Base this decision on the effects you want, how fast you want them and how long you want them to last. 

Follow it up with deciding the potency you want to go for. First timers should definitely go for lower doses. If you end up feeling no effects, double up on the dose and that should help. 

While you’re looking for a good product, go through the ingredient list, the COA and also research about the brand’s authenticity. Make sure you’re getting what you’re paying for and pay special attention to the percentages of all cannabinoids. 

Depending on the effect you want, choose between a CBD isolate, broad spectrum or full spectrum products. Also look for multiple cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids when looking for the full entourage effect. 

Experiment with different strains but not without researching their basic characteristics. Find high THC strains if you want the psychoactive effects and low THC strains when looking for calm and relaxing effects.