CBD Dosing and How to Pick a Product
In this video blog, Dr. Christine Arseneau, Pharm.D, – cannabis pharmacist and functional medicine health coach – discusses some of the intricacies of dosing CBD products and what to look for when picking a product. Knowing your dose, CBD to THC ratio, and which terpenes work best for you can help you pick the right medicine for optimal results.
Cannabis medicine can help with some of the various symptoms of Lyme disease and tick borne infections. People have found relief from pain and inflammation using this medicinal plant.
How much CBD should I take?
Watch the video to find out more!
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