Choosing Cannabis As Your Medicine Of Choice

Choosing to use cannabis is a personal choice. If you are lucky to

live in a legal state you have access to information, doctors,

coaches and marketing events about strains, products and consumption

methods. I only recommend using cannabis when you know what you are getting. 

Trying to use cannabis in an illegal state can be a roller coaster because your options are often limited and you don't always know what you are getting. I've been through it and it's not always fun!

It would be impossible for me to tell you what strains and products will

work for mental health issues, chronic pain or even sleep. I couldn't

even tell you the best way to consume cannabis unless I worked with

you directly. But I also didn't create MJS to just give you the answers.

Because of how our government and society still treats cannabis, using

cannabis becomes a personal experiment on yourself. And thankfully cannabis is safe, no one has died from it. However, I always strongly recommend to be honest with your doctors and work with them when possible. 

What I can help you with is simplifying all the information that is out there, so you can make the educated decision if cannabis is right for you and what will work best for you and maybe your family. 

Cannabis is a safe plant, when used correctly. Use the information provided as a starting point and the most important thing you can do for yourself is to document the effects! I offer downloads on my Etsy store

 

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CANNABIS TO GET STARTED

CONSUMPTION METHODS

Learn the five most common methods to consume cannabis.

VAPORIZATION

Cannabis that is heated to a certain temperature. Considered "safer". No smoke is safe. 

TRANSDERMAL PATCHES

Patches applied to the skin and the cannabinoids are absorbed through the skin.  

INHALATION

Using a joint, blunt, bong or other glasses pieces. Generally not recommended for health concerns. Is the go-to method for quick relief.

ORAL

Cannabis made into edibles such as cookies, gummies, brownies, tinctures, or drinks

TOPICALS

Salves or lotions used for muscles aches or arthritis. 

DOSING AND RATIOS 

LEARN YOUR TERPENES

Terpene

Caryophylyeen

Humulene

Limonene

Linalool

Myrcene

Ocimeme

Pinene

Boiling Points

320F

222F

349F

388F

332F

150F

311F

Aromas

Pepper, wood, spice

Woody, earthy

Citrus, lemon, orange

Floral, citrus, spice

Musk, cloves, herbal, citrus

Woodsy, sweet floral, citrus

Sweet, pine

Effects

No detectable physical effect

Suppresses appetite

Elevated mood, stress reliver

Sedating, calming

Sedating, relaxing, enhances THC

Uplifting, Stimulant

Memory retention, alertness, focus

Also found in

Pepper, cloves, Basil

Hops, Coriander

Citrus rinds, mint

Lavandar, Cinnamon, apples

Mango, Lemon grass, Wild thyme

Bergmont, Mint, Basil

Pine needles, conifers, Rosemary

Benefits

Anti-anxiety, anti depressant, pain, inflammation, sleep aid

Anti inflammation, pain

Anti depressant, anti anxeity, Gastric, Mood elevating

Mood enhancing, sleep aid, antidepressant

Anti inflammatory

Bronchodilator, memory retention, focus

Anti inflammatory, sleep aid, pain, spasms

LEARN YOUR CANNABINOIDS

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SO NOW WHAT?

THIS IS THE FUN PART!

There is no one size fits all with cannabis. 

Two people can suffer from chronic pain and use two entirely different strains, and consumption methods and achieve their desired effect. 

The purpose of having this information is to help you understand WHY cannabis is working for you and to help you figure out what to try or what to modify in your use. 

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I'm not a doctor, scientist, or lawyer. All information posted is my personal experience and thoughts. All the stories I share are personal experiences. Any and all information provided is not medical or legal advice. Anything you decide to do is at your own risk. You should always follow your local state and city laws. I do not promote or suggest that people should use cannabis in an illegal state. If you live in a state where it's illegal, I highly recommend you join the movement to legalize it! 

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