I just found a good way to use my brewed canna-tinctures. I put two healthy droppersful in a glass of my favorite wine (Pinot Noir). No taste, no burn!
I can see the confusion Kraize. This thread was from class note of a course I took on Green Flower Media, and I can see it could use a little editing, or better yet a new companion thread with what we’ve learned since.Hello SweetSue it's been awhile and it's good to see that your studies are still in full flow. I came here after reading about a cancer patient struggling with dosing and a link being posted to here and I ended up reading through everything as I tend to do as well as getting sidetracked from the original reason I came here, much to my delight of course.
While reading through a part of your notes I found something that was pertinent to my own reasons for using Cannabis (anxiety mainly) and I found myself getting confused, right at the point where you tell the reader not to. I'll post the actual quote(s) and hope that you can help me, I'm not sure if I'm tired and missing something but it would be great if you could clarify for me:
"Get this part right. Confusing this point will not not go well.
** Depression calls for a sativa-type stimulant.
** Anxiety calls for a relaxant, so choose an indica hybrid or a CBD-rich strain.
Both conditions will challenge you. Usually a choice of a hybrid or a mix of THC/CBD will do the trick.
* With anxiety avoid high doses of CBD, as this may cause anxiety"
This is the part that I'm finding confusing, the information seems contradictive in that for anxiety a CBD rich strain is recommended and then below as you can see it also states to avoid high CBD as this in itself may cause anxiety. I'm perplexed and wondering if you could point out what I'm missing please. You do actually reiterate that a high CBD strain is preferable lower down in your dosing summary which has me further wondering:
"* For anti-anxiety or anti-psychotic choose strains or meds high in CBD or an indica hybrid."
Thanks for any response in advance and I hope that you are well, once again thanks for providing me an interesting read, one of many I have enjoyed since joining the magazine. May your buds be forever bountiful
Sue, did you imagine how to consume cbd that medicines do a lot less to do toxicity for HCV men? It is consumed 1 hour before taking the medicine. Is that right?If any meds contain the caution to avoid grapefruit juice, this is a red flag for your CBD cannabinoid therapy. Isolate CBD products will probably interfere with the timely degradation of these medications, causing them to build up in the system, with the danger of toxicity. Speak to the physician overseÃ¨ing those medications, even if you're using a whole plant extraction. The CBD isn't the problem here. The overload of the pharmaceutical is.
This caution applies mostly to CBD isolates. A full-plant extraction will have a wealth of other components that work in synergy to keep things more even. It’s still a good idea to have the medical team watch lab results more closely.Sue, did you imagine how to consume cbd that medicines do a lot less to do toxicity for HCV men? It is consumed 1 hour before taking the medicine. Is that right?