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A Doctor’s Tips for Marijuana Dosing So You Don’t Get Too High

Learning what works best for you is often a trial-and-error experience. Marijuana dosing, what is the trick? Here’s a story that newcomers can understand. Years ago I drank large amounts of coffee. This improved my ability to work long hours and to keep up with my studies and work. Over time I found that I needed increasing amounts for the same energetic buzz. I also noted with larger amounts I experienced some irritability and mild tremors.
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