When it comes to consuming cannabis, it’s important to know what kind of experience you want to have. Finding the proper THC dosage will help you control your THC experience better.
You don’t want to consume too much and risk being too high to perform your daily functions. And for more experience consumers of cannabis, you don’t want to take too little and not receive the intended effect.
In this article, we will break down how different dosage levels will affect your THC experience and present you with a THC dosing guide.
There are many different ways to consume cannabis, each with its own unique set of benefits and drawbacks.
Smoking cannabis is perhaps the most well-known method of consumption. It can be done with a pipe, bong, or joint, and is usually the quickest way to feel the effects of the plant.
The main downside to smoking cannabis is that it can be harsh on your lungs. If you are concerned about the health effects of smoking, you should look into tinctures and edibles.
Vaping is a popular alternative to smoking, as it eliminates many of the harmful by-products of combustion. When you vape cannabis, you are heating the THC oil to a temperature that turns the active ingredients into vapor.
Vaping is a great option for those who want to avoid the harmful effects of smoking, but still want to enjoy the quick onset of the plant’s effects.
When you eat cannabis edibles, the THC is metabolized by your liver and turned into 11-hydroxy-THC. This is a much more potent form of THC and can lead to a very different experience than smoking or vaping.
Edibles can take anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours to take effect, so it’s important to start with a low dose and go slow. The effects of edibles can also last much longer than other methods of consumption.
Treetop THC Dosage Chart
We have composed a chart that describes the typical effects many consumers have felt at different ingested doses of THC by the milligram.
Whether you are new to cannabis or a seasoned vet, we recommend starting with a lower dose than what you think you can handle. THC affects each individual user differently. Start slow and test what works for you.
Remember, there are many factors that can impact your edible experience. Experiment with what works best for your needs. And we always recommend using a smaller dosage than what you think you can handle.