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 How to Determine and Deliver the Correct Dose using Cannabis 1) Accept 100% responsibility for your problem and credit for the cure: • You are responsible for your quality of health and happiness. • You are responsible for finding a successful treatment. • You are responsible determining the correct dose. 2)
Diagnose the problem: • Understand the symptoms and the causes. • Seek help and information to determine the problem. 3)
Recognize and avoid destructive behavior and chemicals: • Stop ingesting harmful and toxic substances. • Start working on a healthier sustainable lifestyle. 4)
Determine the best treatment by seeking advise and information: • Doctors advise. • Published studies. • Testimonials by patients and care givers with similar conditions. 5)
Choose the right medicines to treat the disease and its symptoms: • CBD, • CBDA • THC • THCA • These have been show effective when used in combination. 6)
Choosing a medium for the medicine: • Tinctures, excellent • Raw solid cannabis, poor • Juiced raw cannabis, poor • Oils, excellent • Concentrates, good but risky 7)
Choosing a Pathway • Lungs: avoid • Digestive: good • Sub-­‐lingual: good • Rectal: excellent • Vaginal: excellent • Topical: good CBD Science, LLC, (415) 295-4663
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Best sources information for research on dosage amounts: • Studies and patents by GW Pharmaceuticals. • Studies by Professor Raphael Mechoulam Ph.D.
• United States Patent Number US 7,807,710 B2.
• Trusted providers of cannabis compounds. 9)
The universal approximate dose of cannabinoids for mammals: • 3 to 33milligrams per dosage based on weight of all mammals. • 5 to 10 milligrams per 100 pounds of human body weight. • 5 milligrams are the placebo threshold where cannabinoids become effective. • 10 milligrams are the maximum required to activate the targeted receptors. 10) Potency levels: • Potency or milligrams of cannabinoids may not be on package labels. • Initially follow the recommended dosage on the package. • Experiment with small doses in 5-­‐hour intervals. • Increase doses gradually until the optimal approximate dose is achieved. • Maintain dosage level when the effective level is reached. 11) Determine the approximate window that activates receptors: • The primary guideline is to use the patients feedback to determine a their optimal window of effectiveness. • Dose small and work up until the approximate effective dose is achieved. Inadequate doses do not activate targeted receptors. • Excessive doses over stimulate and deactivates receptors that reverse benefits. • The correct dose is the range of milligrams between these two extremes. 12) Duration between dosages that is known to have benefited patient’s: • Initial stage: 3 x daily, one hour before meals for 7 to 14 days. • Middle stage: 1-­‐2 x daily one hour before meals. • Late stage: mico-­‐dose as needed. 13) Change dosage as the conditions of the disease changes: • Management of dosage will change as the indicators change Stay sensitive to the effectiveness of dosages. • Cannabinoids are stored in our system therefore reducing the dose is usually the best tactic for successful treatment. • Avoid increasing dose due to the inverse effects generated by excess cannabinoids in the system. Lean more about cannabinoids and the people that use them at CBD Science, LLC, (415) 295-4663
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