A couple months ago, I experienced severe inflammation throughout my body and more work anxiety than usual. So I thought that might be the perfect time to try micro dosing all day to help ease the body aches and stress. While at NuEra Urbana, I picked up the Avexia 2:1 Comfort Tablets and the 14:1 Relief Tablets by Verano. According to Verano, Avexia produces medicinal cannabis products formulated from sustainably sourced ingredients.
As mentioned in several reviews, I’m more into macro dosing than micro dosing. But I also know several friends who rely on these products for several different needs. I first tried the Comfort 2:1 Tablets. The bottle contained 40 tables (100mg CBD/50mg THC). Each yellow tablet contained 2.5mg CBD and 1.25mg THC.
The Comfort 2:1 Tablets are chewable and have a vitamin-like texture with a somewhat fruit flavor. I started with one tablet every couple hours, but the effects were not strong enough. For me to feel relief, I had to take at least three tablets about every six hours to reduce inflammation and pain. If I took more tables, the effects did not seem to get stronger, so I found three tablets hit the sweet spot of less pain but totally functional.
The 40 green 14:1 Relief Tablets contained 2.5 mg CBD and .2 mg THC. I started with three tablets. Then four. Then five. But I could not find a dosage that seemed to help with the inflammation and muscle pain, which was no surprise. I have not yet found a heavy CBD-to-THC-ration product that my body responds well to. I seemed to get a better response by adding a few 14:1 tablets to the 2:1 dosage I had been taking.
Overall, the tablets slightly calmed my anxiety, stress, inflammation, and minor aches. I could see myself incorporating the 2:1 Comfort Tablets into my medical necessities if I needed to be clearheaded while completing physical activities for a few days in a row. Eventually, the 14:1 Relief Tablets I only used when I was trying to add CBD to a larger amount of THC product I was ingesting.
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