Benefits without the buzz

Get the correct calibrated dosage of your hemp each and every time without worrying about the side effects. 

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About The Cannakit.

Designed by Dr. Gregory Smith, as a kit to help you manage your daily doses of hemp throughout the day. It was designed for those 40% of hemp patients whom prefer to smoke their hemp. They want the convenience and speed of smoked hemp, but don’t want problems getting too much hemp or wasting unused material using traditional methods of smoking hemp.

Because bud is a plant that is grown under a variety of conditions, the potency of the bud you buy will vary each time you buy a new batch. So it is important each time you purchase a new supply of bud to “start low, and go slow” because the new batch may be much more potent than the last batch. Or, it may not be as potent. By starting low and going slow you will soon be able to get the correct dose again with each new batch.

What’s inside

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Instructions Insert

Easy to use with detailed graphical instructions.
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Storage Compartment

An extra storage compartment for rolling papers, or a copy of your Legal card.
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Water & Odor sealed

A water-tight, odor-proof container that neatly stores 1-2 days of hemp.
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Micro-dose inhailer

A patented micro-dose inhaler, that is finely constructed to hold exactly 50mg of ground hemp

Dosing Charts & some Common topics of use

It is important to gradually move up to the new dose so that you don’t get unpleasant or hazardous side-effects.

% Cannabinoid in Hemp One (25mg) Inhalation Two (50mg) Inhalations
25% 3.1mg 6.3mg
20% 2.5mg 5.0mg
18% 2.3mg 4.5mg
15% 1.9mg 3.8mg
12% 1.5mg 3.0mg
11% 1.4mg 2.8mg
10% 1.3mg 2.5mg
9% 1.1mg 2.3mg
8% 1.0mg 2.0mg
7% 0.9mg 1.8mg
6% 0.8mg 1.5mg
5% 0.6mg 1.3mg
3% 0.4mg 0.8mg
CHANGING DOSE AND NEW BATCHES

Because bud is a plant that is grown under a variety of conditions, the potency of the bud you buy will vary each time you buy a new batch. So it is important each time you purchase a new supply of bud to “start low, and go slow” because the new batch may be much more potent than the last batch. Or, it may not be as potent. By starting low and going slow you will soon be able to get the correct dose again with each new batch.

The same holds true when you change your dose. If you doctor advises you to from 3mg to 5mg of cannabinoid, this is a 60% increase in the amount of hemp. It is important to gradually move up to the new dose so that you don’t get unpleasant or hazardous side-effects.

MINOR SIDE-EFFECTS

Your professional should advise you of the potential side-effects from hemp. In general, there most common minor or irritating side-effects from hemp are a dry mouth and red eyes. These are easily managed with a glass of water or eye drops. Lowering the dose should prevent these side-effects.

CONTAMINATION

Hemp is plant material. It is grown in soil, and often pesticides and other chemicals are used to protect the plants. Because of the natural state of hemp buds there is a potential for contamination with pesticides, chemicals, fungi, and heavy metals. The dispensary that sells the hemp should have documentation they can show you, to confirm that the hemp is free of contamination with any of these substances.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

There are certain medical conditions, psychiatric conditions in the family or other situations that would make the use of hemp not recommended, or contraindicated. Your health professional will take a medical and family history from you prior to considering the use of hemp for your condition.

SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS WITH ALCOHOL

Using alcohol with hemp can result in unexpected effects. Since alcohol can cause issues with balance, mood elevation, and other effects similar to hemp, the two together can create unpleasant side-effects. As with any conditional side-effect, it is advisable not to use alcohol within two hours of inhaling hemp.

USING OTHER INHALATION DEVICES

There are a wide variety of other means to inhale hemp. Some of the options include handheld or table-top vaporizers, and a wide array of sizes of glass or metal pipes. These pipes can have water filtration devices as well. Each device has its pros and cons. In general, these other means of inhaling hemp were developed in the past for using hemp recreationally. The Canna Kit® was designed specifically to be used for dosing of hemp. Other than MDI and rolling papers, these other devices are not recommended for dosing hemp.

MAJOR SIDE-EFFECTS

Again your health professional should advise you of these potential more serious side-effects. All of the major side-effects are from THC, and not CBD. Feelings of paranoia, anxiety, euphoria, issues with balance, short term memory loss and rapid heartbeats are all suggestive of side-effects from THC. All side-effects from THC are temporary and will usually go away within a few hours. Vaporizing pure CBD oil naturally counteracts the side-effects from THC and usually dramatically improves the side-effect within 15-30 minutes.

SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS WITH OTHER MEDICATIONS

Several medications can interact with hemp resulting in unexpected effects. You should talk with your medical professional about how hemp may interact with your other medications.

INGESTING HEMP

In addition to inhaling hemp, it can be ingested. Ingesting means that it goes into your stomach and is processed by the liver, before it gets into your blood stream. Methods of ingesting include tinctures, and edible baked goods and candies.

Because ingested hemp goes through your stomach and liver, it takes much longer for the hemp to start having effects, usually 45-60 minutes. It is also absorbed much more slowly so that the dose lasts much longer, up to 6 hours. When THC is processed by the liver, most of it is changed to a substance called 11-OH-THC, which has much stronger euphoric effects than THC.

Because of the significant differences between inhaling and ingesting hemp, any change from one method to another should only be done after talking with your health professional.

PRODUCTS OF COMBUSTION

Like tobacco, hemp when burned creates many products of combustion. Some of these chemicals are the same carcinogenic chemicals that are generated from cigarette smoke. Your medical professional can discuss the pros and cons of smoking hemp versus vaporizing hemp oil. Vaporized oil does not have the products of combustion.

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The Canna Kit comes highly recommended by Gregory L. Smith, an avid researcher, and hemp advocate. If you wish to learn more about hemp, cannabinoids, terpenes, and the ESC. 

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Meet Dr. Greg

The Canna Kit comes highly recommended by Gregory L. Smith, an avid researcher, and hemp advocate. If you wish to learn more about hemp, cannabinoids, terpenes, and the ESC. 

Or if you want to learn more about how hemp help works on a wide variety of medical conditions and symptoms, we recommend these more detailed books.

Dr Gregory Smith

Other books

Medical Cannabis

How to Manage CBD

CBD+ THCV

This delightful book provides a concise history of hemp and cannabis sativa throughout history and a discussion of the laws related to hemp and cannabis. This is followed by a discussion of how THCV works with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) to reduce the effects of food aromas, and taste and decrease our appetite and hunger pangs. It also discusses how over time daily use of THCV modulates our blood sugars and blood lipids to healthier levels. From the author of Medical Cannabis: Basic Science and Clinical Applications And CBD: What You Need to Know