General Dosing Guide
How much THC is getting in your system?
Orally consumed THC has the lowest bioavailability rate. Estimates vary, but products such as edibles, capsules, or THC oils used orally likely have a maximum absorption rate of 20%.
Cannabis edibles are popular but also carry the greatest risk of side effects. This is because it is the consumption method most likely to result in excessive THC consumption. One reason is that they are usually extremely tasty.
Another is because it takes up to two hours for an edible to take effect. Inexperienced users, in particular, often use more of an edible out of frustration because they don’t feel the effects quickly enough.
Typically, dispensaries recommend beginning with 10mg of THC when using an edible.
Assuming a 20% bioavailability rate, this means that 2mg of THC makes it to your bloodstream.
However, edibles affect the body differently than other forms of cannabis consumption. Users often find that it has a more potent effect.
"I don't want to get high!"
"I don't want to smoke!"
"What is my prescription?"
This is what B&B Consulting LLC. is here for! We not only sign for medical marijuana cards, but we also educate our patients regarding all these concerns.
These are three most common conversations that come up while consulting:
Kaytelynn Strickland Assistant Supervisor- "Please never feel alone! We are always here to help you in your journey to find the relief you need. I hope this finds patients, eases their minds, and helps open up new horizons."
Read below to see what you need to do in order to obtain your medical marijuana card
- Speak to our Doctor & Complete Registration-
- You will complete a 5-10 minute telemedicine appointment with a physician. The doctor will go over your medical condition, and also advise you about the risks and benefits of medical marijuana.
- After you have been qualified by our physician, our staff will register you with the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, and we will email you a temporary card that is good for 2 weeks. The email will have links and further instructions for you to complete registration with the state. The state will require you to upload a photo ID plus another proof of residency like a utility bill.
- The state will then process your application, and mail you the plastic card that is good for the full year.
Kevin Wery, Human Resources & Outreach Coordinator.
B & B Staff members will blog about their cannabis experiences or link informative articles