Micro Drop 2:50 CBD Oil from RHO Phyto is a high CBD oil drop that is formulated with 2 mg/mL of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 50 mg/mL of cannabidiol (CBD) for a total of 1500 mg of CBD and 60 mg of THC per 30 mL bottle. RHO Phyto Micro Drops are blood orange flavoured and the cannabis extract is blended into a sunflower/MCT oil. Avicanna’s inverted emulsion technology enhances absorption and shelf-life stability. The product is administered with metered dosing using an oral syringe that allows for accurate and easy titration.
How to take Micro Drop 2:50 CBD Oil
Easy to incorporate with food or ingest on its own, Micro Drop 2:50 CBD Oil is produced with cannabis extract blended into a sunflower/MCT oil. Each bottle of RHO Phyto's Micro Drop 2:50 CBD Oil comes with an oral syringe marked with dose amounts in millilitres (ml). To use, you can simply put the measured amount under your tongue and let the oil rest there for 30-60 seconds before swallowing. The medicine will then pass through the intestinal tract like an edible. Oral absorption can take anywhere from 15 minutes to over an hour for onset, but it remains in the bloodstream like an edible, six to nine hours. Alternatively, RHO Phyto Cannabis Oils are easily added to coffee or tea, smoothies, salad dressings, or other fat-rich foods. When consumed with food it generally takes one to two hours for CBD to be metabolized, but then the cannabinoid stays within the body for about six to nine hours.
Why is there THC in this product?
Sometimes, but not always, high-CBD cannabis medicine can include a small amount of THC, like this RHO Phyto Micro Drop 2:50 CBD Oil. The entourage effect is a theory that suggests cannabis works better as a whole with all its cannabinoids intact, rather than just one chemical compound in isolation. In other words, CBD works better when THC is present, in addition to other chemical compounds such as terpenes and even flavonoids. Interestingly, CBD can also block THC at the receptor site, inhibiting feelings of euphoria or a “high”. For this reason, a small ratio of THC is often well tolerated by patients without uncomfortable side effects.
Does CBD have side-effects?
Although considered non-intoxicating, CBD does affect the body and brain. Side effects noted with high-CBD cannabis can include nausea, fatigue, and irritability. It can also interact with some medications, particularly blood thinners and also some antidepressants and pain medications. Always consult with a healthcare provider before starting any cannabis medicine, including Micro Drop 2:50 CBD Oil.
What is the right Micro Drop 2:50 CBD Oil dosage?
The right amount of CBD for any given patient is for a healthcare practitioner to determine because factors such as the patient’s age, gender, health history, and current medications all must be considered. It’s also worth noting that all cannabis medicine has a biphasic or bidirectional effect, which means a high dose isn’t necessarily better at easing symptoms than a low dose. In fact, a higher dose of medical cannabis may even have the opposite effect of a lower dose. If you have a health concern you think could be managed with CBD, your best route for success is to make an appointment with a cannabis-trained healthcare provider.
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About RHO Phyto / Avicanna:
As a result of years of research and development, these advanced formulations are designed to provide higher and faster cannabinoid absorption compared to basic MCT (medium-chain triglyceride) oil products. RHO Phyto’s unique combination of ingredients help maintain the stability of the cannabinoids to ensure more consistent dosing over the course of treatment. Developed with the patient in mind, these products allow for discreet self-administration. Similar to other prescription medications, dosing cannabis should be done with the careful supervision of your primary healthcare provider. Shoppers supports the Health Canada recommended “Start low and go slow” approach. Effects may vary on an individual basis.
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Questions & Answers
What symptoms can be managed with the use of medical cannabis?
Studies are ongoing to determine the effectiveness of cannabis in managing the symptoms of many conditions. Studies have shown that medical cannabis is commonly used by patients suffering from symptoms of various conditions, including anxiety, pain, inflammation, poor appetite, depression, sleep disorders, nausea, seizures and spasticity (the involuntary, continuous contractions of certain muscles).
How do I choose a medical cannabis product?
Your healthcare provider can help you choose the medical cannabis products that are right for you. If you need assistance, contact us via web chat, or give us a call and we’ll be happy to help you.
What is a medical document?
A medical document is like a prescription for medical cannabis that a doctor (or in some provinces, nurse practitioner) issues to a patient. This document authorizes you access to purchase medical cannabis. Medical documents can be issued for a maximum period of 12 months, or shorter duration, at the discretion of your health care provider.
What medical cannabis products do you offer?
The Medical Cannabis by Shoppers™ platform carries a wide variety of different formats of medical cannabis to suit your unique needs. We are partnered with over 35 licensed producers to offer a large selection of medical cannabis products, including dried flowers, oils, soft gels, vapes, topicals (creams and gels), edibles and concentrates, along with a selection of accessories to help you utilize your medicine effectively.
Shoppers Cannabis Care
Registered patients can access the Shoppers Cannabis Care team. Our specialized team of Cannabis Care Advisors is trained to help you select the products that are most appropriate for your needs.
For all inquiries, please contact Shoppers Cannabis Care toll-free at 1-844-633-2627.
Veteran Affairs Canada
The health and well-being of veterans are top priorities at Shoppers. We support Canadian veterans following the medical cannabis reimbursement policy from Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC).