The risk-benefit ratio of cannabis use is influenced by a variety of factors, including genetics and environment. Even with microdosing, there is no one-size-fits-all prescription.
However, according to a growing body of medical research, the quantity of THC required to experience cannabis’ therapeutic effects is substantially lower than the amount required to experience its psychoactive effects.
Patients should collaborate with their doctors to build a treatment plan that is right for them before including cannabis into their health routine. When cannabis is used in conjunction with other pharmaceuticals, it’s extremely vital to be open about it so that any possible polypharmacy dangers may be avoided.
The full story titled The Paradoxical Power of Medicinal Microdosing on Psychology Today includes information from Dr. Sulak.
This article written by Samoon Ahmad M.D. was originally published by Psychology Today on April 23, 2019.