Do you find yourself using more and more cannabis to achieve the same medicinal effect that smaller doses once gave you? There is a simple way to fix it!
Living cannabis-free for at least 48-hours may seem daunting, but this tolerance break or “t-break” can have incredible rewards.
In this episode of Discover Marijuana, Tim, Kylee, and Blake go over the reasons for tolerance breaks, how often they should be taken, and the biochemistry of tolerances to chemicals like THC.
Resetting your tolerance gives you the chance to find your “just right” dose, or the minimum effective dose to treat your condition. It’s also a great way to cut back on cannabis spending!
If you’re serious about maximizing the benefits of your next t-break, follow the “Reset Your Tolerance” guide at https://utahmarijuana.org/guides
Tim Pickett, PA-C is a Medical Cannabis expert and the founder of Utah Therapeutic Health Center. As a Qualified Medical Provider, Tim works directly with patients in need of Medical Marijuana recommendations and treatment plans. Salt Lake City Weekly readers voted Tim Utah’s Best Medical Cannabis Doctor (QMP) in its “2021 Best of Utah mind and body” edition.
Blake Smith is the Chief Science Officer at Zion Pharmaceuticals and an expert in the biochemistry of cannabis. Blake has a keen understanding of cannabinoid compounds and their effects on the human body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS).
Kylee Shumway is the Pharmacist in Charge at WholesomeCo, a Medical Cannabis pharmacy in Bountiful. Her interest in cannabis medicine also began in college, when an organic chemistry professor sometimes mentioned the compounds in marijuana.
For more information on getting a Utah Medical Marijuana card or Utah marijuana laws, visit https://utahmarijuana.org.
Learn more about cannabis strains available in Utah at https://zionmedicinal.com.
Find a Medical Cannabis pharmacy near you at https://utahmarijuana.org/dispensary