The use of medical marijuana to cure conditions that can’t be cured through other treatments is on the rise despite the seemingly limited amount of research that has gone into the use and side effects of it. This growing interest and administration can be attributed to the wide-scale legalization that medical marijuana has seen across the globe.

This does come with its own complications just as it does with solutions. One major complication this has caused in today’s world is how to decide if people undergoing this treatment are going to be able to pass a drug test for marijuana since the carbenoids still show up in their blood even if they don’t get “high” through its consumption.  Other issues faced by those who are administered this therapy is how to get the right strain of marijuana, what form to buy it in, what dosage will suit them, and where to get it from.  These choices need to be made based on your need, past experience, condition, environmental setting, and your doctor’s advice.

1.     Types of medical marijuana:

Although marijuana is biologically considered to be of just one species, Cannabis Sativa, varying varieties of the plant have been found. There are three major strains: Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis, of which the last is rare. There are also hybrid strains which are obtained by mixing the two common strains. These hybrid strains are what you find most rampant.

 All strains and varieties of cannabis have nearly the same effect on the consumer and provide similar benefits. However, their difference in the composition will mean that the degree to which they have these effects will vary. Multiple users have reported that certain strains are more beneficial than others in relieving certain symptoms, such as for pain relief CBD rich strains are more effective.

 Generally, Sativa strains are known to influence the thoughts and emotions of the person consuming them and they are thought to be stimulating and revitalizing. Due to this, people prefer using them during the day. Indica strains, on the other hand, have a sedative and calming effect on the body and is therefore preferred for pain relief.

 

2.     Forms of administration:

Medical marijuana is available is various forms and dosage sizes and the choice of what form to take it in depends on personal preferences and also by the nature of their ailment. Although there are many form and options available to users, the most common are as follows:

 Flowers: A popular way to consume medical marijuana is to vaporize it’s dried leaves and flowers in either a pipe or mixed into joints.

Pills: Pills, also known as marijuana capsules, are similar in effect to flowers and concentrates but have the advantage of eliminating the side effects of smoking. These pills are enriched with marijuana extracts and come in specific doses to ease monitoring. The user also has the option of choosing whether to get THC rich capsules or CBD rich ones as per their need.

 Extracts: Extracts are gotten by heating the marijuana plant to consume specific molecules from it through inhalation. These extracts are more potent than the plant concentrates from which they are obtained. There are several forms and amounts in which the marijuana molecules will come out once heated. The forms the extract takes up are shatter, wax, oil, budder, or resin and the amounts of THC and CBD vary in them, allowing users to pick one according to their need.

 Liquids/ Tinctures: Just as any other tincture, marijuana tinctures are obtained by soaking the flowers in alcohol to release its components and the liquid obtained is then either sold in the form of a spray to spritz over food before consumption or as vape oil to be vaporized and consumed such. Marijuana liquids are rich in THC and people take it in a variety of ways based on their comfort and preference.

 3.     Dosage:

Once you’ve decided the purpose and the form you want to consume it in, you’re now ready to decide on a suitable dosage. We suggest that you start at the lowest recommended daily dosage and divide this between 2 to 3 doses through the day. Since it takes a while to determine if this is suitable for you or not, stay on this dosage level for a few days and keep a log to monitor the effect and your condition. Evaluate your body’s response and increase until you find the right quantity for you.

 4.     Where to get it:

Locating pharmacies that sell medical marijuana isn’t a tough task if you live in a state where it is legal, so look up your options on websites that are created for this purpose and choose one that suits you. Once you’ve made the decision, you should call them ahead of time and schedule an appointment and then go in person to fill out the necessary paperwork and such. If you’re a new user, you may also find some goodies and benefits.

 

Choosing the right sort of marijuana is a task that requires a lot of research and some experimentation, but it proves worthwhile when you see the health benefits it offers.

 

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