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We use phytocannabinoid infusions in all of our products because the research supports nature’s cannabis over synthetic compounds. Dr. William Courtney, MD has several videos online recommending that patients drink raw cannabis juice for medicinal benefits! While Auntie Dolores does endorse the medicinal benefits of consuming cannabinoid acids, our products contain decarboxylated cannabinoids, which means that all Auntie Dolores products are psychoactive and can inspire a sense of euphoria in larger doses.
Our product line offers a wide range of doses, since all patients require different levels of cannabinoids. Physicians like Since he dealt with vaporized cannabinoids – which produce clouds of cannabis that patients inhaled – Auntie Dolores has a different figure in mind when discussing a single dose of THC.
When thinking about your personal dose of decarboxylated THC, it’s important to consider one important fact: whenever Delta-9-THC travels through your liver, it becomes 11-Hydroxy-THC; this cannabinoid is believed to be 9 – 11 times more psychoactive than decarboxylated THC. That’s why we identify a single dose of Delta-9-THC (or decarboxylated THC) as 10mg.
When learning about medical cannabis, start with a single or fractional dose, then allow yourself at least 90 minutes to gauge the psychoactive potency of your medicine. Cannabis is like any other medicine: there is a fine line between proper dose and bad experience. Luckily, as Judge Francis Young noted in a statement back in 1988, cannabis is “one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man.” This means you don’t have to worry about the physical danger of too much cannabis – just the psychological risk. If you eat too much of an edible, you can always sleep off the affects without worry. Cannabinoids do not damage your body or brain and the vast majority of psychoactive effects will fade within 24 hours.
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