A localized survey of 500 Hash Bash attendees in Michigan showed that even among the most enthusiastic consumers, knowledge about cannabinoid content and cannabis dosing can be very limited.
The survey asked participants what amounts they considered to be effective doses for CBD and THC and included a box for “I don’t know.” The majority (53%) ticked the “I don’t know” box for THC dosages and 68% for CBD dosages. The majority of respondents (58%) believed that a low-THC cannabis strain was 20% THC or higher – which is considered a high-THC strain. Another 22% said a low-THC strain was 40% THC or higher – a level that exceeds anything available commercially.
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