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Benefits of THC Microdosing

Benefits of THC Microdosing

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WakeBliss, and Doze make up Highnorth's microdosing series of THC edibles.

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WAKE: For Better Mornings

The morning microdose gummy was designed to offer the user a more productive morning. Each Wake gummy contains 2.5 milligrams of THC and a blend of CBG, vitamin C and D, and caffeine. In most people this mix will give a boost of energy, increase creativity, and have a general mood lifting effect. Plus, the flavor is Citrus Mimosa so... yum!

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BLISS: For Stressful Days

When the stress and anxieties of the day are weighing on you, Bliss can help. This peach-berry flavored microdose was designed for mid day use, offering 2.5 milligrams of THC along with a stress relieving blend of CBG. CBG is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that can relieve stress, pain, and anxiety.

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DOZE: For Restful Nights

Trouble falling, or staying, asleep? We hear you. Doze contains 2.5 milligrams of THC, and a proprietary blend of CBD and CBN to promote better sleep. CBN is a cannabinoid that can be mildly psychoactive. It's commonly used to promote relaxation and sleep, though it is also known to help reduce arthritis pain, reduce or prevent seizures, and reduce glaucoma symptoms. 

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Benefits of Microdosing

Microdosing is the choice to take smaller doses over an extended period of time rather than a larger amount infrequently. Microdosing can offer benefits like increased mood, stress relief, and helping the consumer to stay clear headed and present.

The low dose can give many of the benefits of cannabis use without feeling intoxicated. This is also great for those unfamiliar with THC consumption, giving them a way to acclimate to the feeling without being overwhelmed by it.

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