I know many folks who would like to use a chemovar profile that provides a “deep spiritual, yet mellow” experience with a THC heavy buzz. What might be an appropriate combination?
Cannabis or cannabinoid-based therapeutics will never be a silver bullet that works for all people the same way, which includes spiritual experiences. Individualized approaches choosing the right chemotype (aka chemovar) is a good way to start. One way to contribute to optimal or preferred outcomes (physically, mentally, emotionally, or spiritually) is to use a session log and by making one adjustment at a time when exploring the effects of different types of cannabis or cannabis-containing products.
I would stress the value or importance of the setting (e.g., safe, calm, peaceful, create a plan B scenario, or have a helper/assistant/driver) and intention (e.g., I want to generate feeling _____ or connect with _____) when working toward a spiritual experience.
With that preamble and based on my observations, I would imagine that any THC-abundant chemotype, especially those also rich in the terpene myrcene, may induce an effects synergy that can increase the likelihood to give these folks what they are looking for. In this context, the experience generated will largely depend on the dosage of THC consumed, the product’s form, the user’s sensitivity, and the user’s intention.
As always, be mindful, especially when working with cannabis-naive people, most of the potential adverse effects (e.g., couch lock, dysphoria, paranoia, unpleasant hallucinations, psychosis, addiction) is associated with the THC-abundant chemovar we are talking about here.
In direct contrast, a chemotype III abundant in CBD, or products containing CBD with only a small or minute amount of THC, are also known to induce an uplift in mood (affect), which, especially when combined with the right setting and intentions is commonly used to enhance mindfulness, meditation, and to assist in generating a living connection with a celestial architect of your choice.
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