Take home point:
Medical cannabis needs to be SELF-titrated to find the correct dosage for each patient. Everyone’s endocannabinoid system is different. Some people’s endocannabinoid system is very sensitive and reacts to low doses. Some have a very tolerant endocannabinoid system and will react to only high doses. Yet other people’s endocannabinoid system may vary with the time of the day or the time of the month.
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