Like any other substance, developing a tolerance for marijuana is problematic for those who consume it regularly. Seasoned users find themselves buying and smoking tons of weed as a way of feeling the effects that they used to experience with just a few hits.
Once your tolerance for the drug is built up, specifically for THC, the most effective way of rebooting your system is to drop it for a couple of weeks so your body can shake off the cannabinoids. But does the same apply to CBD?
There are many reasons why you’d want to keep a low tolerance when consuming CBD, whether it’s to save money, out of fear of triggering drug tests, or for simply not wanting to consume as much of it in your everyday life. If you’re taking CBD as a way to treat a medical condition, it’s best to talk to a doctor before making any decisions and tampering with your dosage. Stopping CBD medications might cause a flare up in inflammation, pain or whatever condition you were treating.