What/who is a micro-dosing marijuana mom? They are the growing number of mothers who say that taking very small doses of marijuana on a daily basis as a part of their health and wellness regimen has changed their lives in a positive way.
Recently, on The Doctors, Dr. Dustin Sulak joined the show to speak to the safety of micro-dosing – according to him it doesn’t interact with other medications, and it doesn’t create an addictive relationship.
Dr. Sulak supports its use to handle stressors and injury and stay healthy, like a daily supplement or multi-vitamin. Dr. Sulak acknowledges there is no guarantee that micro-dosing will promote health, but he says he feels that if the cannabis is reducing stress and enhancing someone's performance he considers that a "marker of health."
One mother, Ozzie, takes 2.5 milligrams of cannabis every day after her kids go to school and credits its use to increased motivation, productivity and well-being. “I’m just a generally happier person,” she says of her micro-dosing.
Another mom, Alexandra, has a one year-old daughter and micro-doses every day to avoid migraines while still being completely in control. Both determined the correct dosage through trial and error, and use edibles to ensure they are getting the correct dose each time.
Neither mothers could or should be considered irresponsible stoners by any stretch of the imagination.
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