Dab Spray

If you’re new to cannabis, we recommend micro-doses, just like drinking alcohol, you wouldn’t drink 10 beers in one go!, you would space it out over a period of time.

The Beginner, Take a couple sprays directly in your mouth and wait a few hours to feel the effects before taking more in order to understand the what your tolerance levels are, if the effects are still too low take slightly more and use your best judgement.

Example: Beginner
3 x Spray’s Light Buzz
4 x Spray’s Medium Buzz
5 x Spray’s Heavy Buzz

Example: Advance user
4 x Spray’s Light Buzz
5 x Spray’s Medium Buzz
6 x Spray’s Heavy Buzz

Example: Expert user
5 x Spray’s Light Buzz
6 x Spray’s Medium Buzz
8 x Spray’s Heavy Buzz

How does it work ?
Sublingual cannabis comes in a few different forms—from tinctures and sprays to strips that dissolve under your tongue. What they all have in common is their method of absorption. Rather than getting absorbed through the digestive system, which happens when you eat an edible, these products rely on sublingual absorption, or absorption through the mucosal membranes under your tongue. Dense with capillaries, these membranes provide a direct route for cannabis to enter your bloodstream. By holding these products under the tongue, patients are able to medicate quickly and with ease.

If you think sublingual cannabis might be the right option for you, the good news is that it’s very easy to use. Simply take the tincture or spray and hold it under your tongue for a few minutes. The hardest part is actually keeping the sublingual under your tongue and not swallowing it by reflex. If you do swallow it, it may act more like a traditional edible, since it will need to be processed through the digestive system before it begins to work.

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