Why do you offer so many doses?
Innumerable experiences with edibles, and those who enjoy or rely on them, has shown that a right-sized dose is a critical ingredient for an optimal experience. No matter your tolerance, or how often you medicate, we want people to have access to medicine that meets their personal needs, and are putting the power in your hands (and mouths!) to scale your edible experiences to your liking.
Our doses currently represent the widest range available in the U.S., beginning at 2½ mg per piece, which is 75% lower than the broadly touted “low-dose” of 10 mg. Topping our range is a 45 mg dose, a favorite among people with plentiful edibles experience. And in between are 5 mg and 15 mg, which allow you to start low and scale up, or learn exactly what’s right for you and stay put.
This tiered dosing approach eliminates the need to eat ½, or, in some cases ¼, of an irresistible edible; it also gives you freedom to individualize a desired dose. You want three pieces of chocolate? And only 15 mg total of THC? You are now more than free to eat three entire 5 mg pieces, instead of a single piece at 15 mg.
How do I know which dose is right for me?
The impact of edibles varies, even for the same person, depending on a number of physical and environmental influences, such as what else has been eaten and when. Being mindful and intentional about what you consume, the company you keep, where you are, and plan to go, as well as what you plan to do in a medicated state can significantly influence your psychotropic experience, no matter the dose.
As a result of customer experience testing, To Whom It May recommends the following dosage levels based on medication frequency, and with the intention that the suggested dose helps you feel body-functional and mind free.
2 ½ mg – if you have never medicated, or medicate less than once per month.
5 mg – if you medicate several times per month.
15 mg – if you medicate several times per week.
45 mg – if you medicate several times per day.
10 mg (CBD) - appropriate for all levels (Non-Psychoactive).
Patient consumption is always recommended. Full effects of THC are commonly felt within 60 - 90 minutes, and the line between not enough, and too much, is thin, so start slow—you can always eat more, however, you can never un-eat it.
I think I ate too much, what should I do?
Heed the advice of the countless comrades who have gone before you, and do everything in your power to relax. The feeling, no matter how ever-lasting and intense it seems, will always pass with time. Find a safe, comfortable place to rest. Tune out your surroundings and embrace the zone. Put on music that eases you, even in your headphones if you must. Closing your eyes can also help. Take long, slow, deep breaths, ideally of fresh air – open a window if possible. And hydrate!