THC infused edibles also known as cannabis infused edibles when taken in safe doses can have beneficial safe effects.
If you are new to ingesting the edible form of cannabis in various treats and drinks you may be overwhelmed with the selection and the differences in dosages. You may be asking what is a safe dose for you to ingest and what is the safest way to eat THC infused edibles.
THC content per dose: 1mg to 2.5 mg THC
What to expect? Improved focus, mild pain relief, some new users may experience mild anxiety or stress
Who is it for: Beginners and new users. Micro-dosers.
THC content per dose: 2.5 to 15 mg THC
What to expect? Stronger pain relief more intense effects such as euphoria. May impair short term memory and coordination in some people.
Who is it for: Restless sleepers, patients with stronger pain relief needs, sociable people
THC content per dose: 15 to 30 mg THC
What to expect? More intensity of other effects than at smaller doses. Stronger pain relief. Anxiety relief if experienced. May induce discomfort and anxiety if not experienced.
Who is it for: Seasoned cannabis edibles consumers , medical patience with higher tolerances, experienced consumers with sleeplessness issues.
THC content per dose: 30 mg to 50 mg THC
What to expect? Very strong euphoria if not experienced. Altered perception. Relaxation and contentment if experienced. Stronger pain relief.
Who is it for: Cannabis users with high tolerances. People with low GI absorbency of THC rates.
THC content per dose: 50 mg to 100 mg THC
What to expect? If inexperienced this THC dosage could cause undesirable effects such as nausea, paranoia, dizziness, dry mouth, dehydration, rapid heart rate, delusional thinking. For experienced cannabis edibles consumers with higher tolerance relaxed, high pain relief, short term memory loss, zoned out feeling, euphoria.
Who is it for: Experienced cannabis users, cancer patients, patients with inflammation disorders, patients with conditions requiring higher dosages of THC.