Delta 9 Gummies FAQ
Can you take Delta-9 gummies every day?
There is no reason why you shouldn’t take small amounts of Delta-9 THC every day. In order to get the best results from the product you’re microdosing, it’s important to be patient and consistent.
People who microdose medical cannabis every day say it’s a safe and efficient way of reducing stress, relieving pain, improving sleep, and experiencing other benefits. The key is to find the right dose, ratio, and concentration that work for you. We always recommend starting low and slowly increasing the dosage.
Before incorporating any cannabis product into your daily microdosing regimen, make sure you’re informed about product quality and potency.
Are there any risks associated with consuming Delta 9 THC?
Yes, if you take more Delta 9 than our recommended microdoses, you may feel paranoid, confused, anxious, and sleepy.
If you do happen to experience cannabis impairment, do not operate machinery, cook, or drive under the influence. Listen to your body and make sure to recognize these symptoms of overconsumption.
Are CBD vapes safe?
Cannabis vaping is not considered a particularly safe method of consumption. Despite this, CBD vapes have become popular recently. They work rather quickly; you can feel the effects of CBD almost immediately. You can consume CBD via a vape pen, vape oil, or vape cartridges, and you’ll get faster results than with a gummy.
However, inhaling CBD is far from the healthiest way to consume it. Vape cartridges can be difficult to dose, and you never know the exact amount of CBD you’re getting. Plus, their effects are way too short compared to CBD gummies.
There are many other, safer ways to get your dose of cannabidiol other than vaping.
Our edibles containing CBD offer a safe and controlled method of consumption of not only CBD but other cannabinoids as well. You never have to worry about overconsuming with these badass vegan, hemp-derived edibles.
Is CBG stronger than CBD?
Some people find cannabigerol (CBG) to be more potent and more beneficial than CBD. CBG apparently has more potent beneficial properties than CBD when it comes to pain relief, symptoms of depression, and mental disorders like ADHD.
Cannabigerol and cannabidiol seem to have some of the same properties. Both are great at treating inflammation, pain, and anxiety and depression symptoms, and both improve overall health.
Can THC cause serotonin syndrome?
When there is too much serotonin in the brain, a condition called serotonin syndrome can occur. It is often caused by antidepressants that are made to artificially raise serotonin levels.
On their own, microdoses of THC cannot cause this condition.