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Microdosing sounds like a complex process, but it's actually pretty simple. Medically speaking, microdosing refers to the consumption of small doses of a compound throughout the day. When it comes to marijuana microdosing, this process helps some people get the results they want, regardless of whether they are recreational or medical, while eliminating the likelihood of negative side effects and bad heights.
Can microdosing be used to work more comfortably from home and increase productivity?
Many articles have been written on how difficult it is to create an office environment when you are working from home. This has been challenging over the past few months as many people have reported more trouble focusing, increased stress, and longer hours. While microdosing marijuana won't solve all of your problems, it can help you focus and be more productive.
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This, of course, all depends on your personality and the type of marijuana you are using.
The office routine is difficult to replicate. Your commute, employees, and work area tend to be triggers for a professional mindset, even if they can be distracting. As soon as you leave your house, you switch to work mode. You leave the office and are back to normal.
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Now that large numbers of people have been working from home for most of the year, this experience has been difficult to recreate, forcing them to develop their own routines, usually within the confines of their home. It takes some work, buying a decent office, and some dedication to stay productive.
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In a situation like this where someone is struggling to cope with the new changes in their life, microdosing could be helpful, much as consuming cannabis could pump you up for exercise. The slow delivery of cannabis, whether it's an edible cannabis, an oil, or a tincture (vapes and joints aren't as accurate for microdising) can affect you without you even realizing it. This will help your body feel loose and relaxed and lift your spirits as the days go by.
If you increase your dosage slowly and steadily, you may experience a return to "normal" or the kind of attitude you had at work before the pandemic. Although your circumstances remain the same, your mood could improve and your anxiety decreased.
When it comes to marijuana use, start small as always and work your way up by ingesting a milligram or two on the first day. Change as you continue. Start on the weekend or on a light work day that has no meetings and no added stress. Use this time to explore your options, whether you want to consume an edible oil or an oil, or if you want to choose something that is THC or CBD heavy. Adjust to see what works best for you.
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