Delta 9 Gummies FAQ
Is CBD or THC better for inflammation?
One difference between the effects of THC and CBD on inflammation and pain is that THC adjusts the mind’s perception of pain, while CBD treats inflammation at its source. This means both cannabinoids are effective at reducing inflammation, but CBD’s properties might be more physical than THC’s.
We think that THC and CBD should be used together for the best results and most effective treatment of inflammation and pain. Take our Relax Plus gummies for example. They have 25 mg of CBD and 5 mg of THC, which is just enough to give you a light buzz, make you feel more relaxed, and ease pain caused by inflammation.
Is CBD or THC better for anxiety?
THC and CBD can be used to reduce anxiety and alleviate symptoms of anxiety-related health conditions. Many people take THC and CBD to treat social anxiety disorders, panic attacks, PTSD, depression, and many other conditions.
Did you know microdosing cannabis can reduce stage fright?
It’s important to remember that THC can ease symptoms of depression and anxiety when administered in low doses, while higher doses of Delta 9 THC may worsen depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. That’s why small amounts give better results. Microdosing products that combine both cannabinoids seem to have greater benefits on people with anxiety. (Remember the entourage effect?)
Can weed help me eat more?
According to research, microdosing cannabis can definitely improve your appetite. THC’s interaction with CB1 receptors aids in appetite regulation. THC and CBD help regulate and balance cannabinoid receptors in the ECS and thus treat eating spectrum disorders.
A 2022 study found that low doses of cannabis can actually promote appetite and treat anorexia in cancer patients. Loss of appetite is a common symptom in people with cancer or chemotherapy. Medicinal cannabis seems to have positive appetite-promoting properties that help cancer patients with weight gain and healthy eating.
Is smoking cannabis as safe as eating cannabis edibles?
Definitely not. Smoking or vaping increases the chances of lung cancer, intoxication, and overconsumption. With inhaled cannabis, dosage measurement is nearly impossible.
Is microdosing THC safe?
Microdosing THC is generally safe for adults, especially when consumed via edibles. Edibles get you the benefits of microdosing without the negative effects of inhaled THC.
Taking larger doses of THC may result in drowsiness, dizziness, increased anxiety, or rapid heart rate. However, taking small amounts of THC allows you to get all the rewards with none of the drawbacks. That’s why all our Delta 9 edibles are packed with high-quality ingredients and low doses of Delta 9 THC.
Can I buy CBD edibles without THC?
Our broad spectrum CBD gummies contain cannabidiol and other minor cannabinoids (e.g., CBG, CBN) but no THC. Lower doses of CBD are a great option to treat chronic pain and induce relaxation. Our Relax gummies have 25 mg of CBD and 100 mg of organically produced ashwagandha, perfect for an evening escape after a long day.
Broad spectrum is the ultimate CBD microdosing product that contains no THC. We’ve talked about full spectrum CBD, but take a look at the differences between broad spectrum and full spectrum to understand more.