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What is the Real Impact of THC on Productivity?

Cannabis is more widely available in the States than ever before, and the versatility of products in the marketplace means that THC is being used for a variety of things. From anxiety and pain relievers to mental stimulators, THC is widely used as a one-stop-shop for a range of ailments. One use of THC that is becoming increasingly more popular is to improve productivity, but can it really have that much of an effect?

New research suggests that THC does have an impact upon people’s productivity – but, not in the way you might think. For many people, cannabis consumption often casts the image of a lazy stoner, but this is not the case. Although cannabis misuse can negatively impact people’s work ethic, when consumed correctly, it can in fact help to improve productivity.

When it comes to how cannabis affects people, there are many variables to consider, such as the consumption method and personal habits, for example. Let’s explore the relationship between cannabis and how it affects productivity more closely.

 

Can THC really improve productivity?

Cannabinoids have been known to improve a person’s productivity, but there are numerous factors that can affect how cannabis influences the body’s receptors. It’s often thought of as a double-edged sword – misusing cannabis can impair a person’s ability to carry out everyday tasks.

There are many reasons why people struggle with productivity. For some, it may be difficult to lead a balanced lifestyle, while others may have adopted the habit from early in their youth. And in some cases, it could also be down to their overall job and life satisfaction. Whatever the reason, productivity is more than just a list of tasks a person must undertake.

 

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When recreational marijuana was legalized in part of the U.S. and Canada, a study found that productivity rates increased in older generations. However, the study did highlight the correlation between cannabis and pain, which could explain the rise in productivity levels. Think about it – if you’re in less pain, then you’re more likely to work harder for longer, right? Other studies have found that THC does have a significant impact on productivity because it helps people find a more balanced state of mind.

How we consume cannabis and the type of products we use can significantly impact how THC affects our productivity. Cannabinoids like Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC alter a person’s perception in various ways, even in small doses. They can often make us feel creative and energetic, which can make us seem more productive.

Non-psychoactive cannabinoids are also thought to improve productivity. Some people find that CBD helps treat underlying problems, such as anxiety and stress, which can negatively affect productivity levels. Taking THC in combination with CBD can help lessen the psychoactive effects and improve our overall mental state, achieving the desired balance many people seek.

 

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How does THC affect your mental energy?

Mental energy is essential for people to get things done from day to day. Everyone has a certain amount of mental energy to put into tasks, and it differs from person to person. Knowing what you want to achieve by taking THC is important, as cannabinoids can achieve various desired effects.

Do you want to improve your focus or need a pick-me-up? Or do you want to clear your mind, so you can concentrate on getting stuff done? Depending on the effect you’re after, you need to know how you react to THC and the impact it has on your mental energy. Be patient when experimenting with doses – it takes time to get to know yourself and the cannabinoids that are best for you.

 

 

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Moderate doses of Delta-9 THC and low-dose cannabinoids like Delta-8 and Delta-10 THC can make you feel more alert and focused. Some people even feel a lift in their energy reserves and experience a ‘pick-me-up’ that can often lead to improved productivity. Delta-8 and Delta-10 THC is also known to decrease feelings of anxiety and can stabilize your mood – a critical factor in improving creativity and productivity.

A 10-20 mg dose of Delta-8 or Delta-10 THC is enough to create a balanced feeling, but when it comes to Delta-9 THC, 5-10 mg is plenty. Avoid using high doses as it can lead to sluggishness!

 

How to use THC to be more productive

To improve your productivity and harness your creativity, start by giving yourself the space you need to be able to encourage this process. It’s important to understand the structure of creative thinking before you can improve your productivity.

Here are the four stages to the creative process.

 

1. Preparation

Give yourself the resources, space, and time to be able to enter a state of creativity. Dedicate time to focus on a creative endeavor, as this can maintain your level of concentration and create a flowing state of productivity. Keeping your environment tidy and organized will help you stay productive, while giving your eyes a well-deserved rest from your screen without staring into an untidy abyss. Ready up on topics of interest can be a great way of priming your mind with the information you require to think creatively.

 

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2. Incubation

Once you’ve done the preparation, you will find that the ideas will start to form. Watching movies or listening to your favorite tunes can often help to make you feel inspired. Not all your ideas will be sound, but there will be concepts that you wish to explore further.

 

3. Epiphany

This part of the process refers to that flash of creativity. The moment when the wall you’ve been banging your head against suddenly rends and you see a glimpse of what your final goal looks like. This is an iterative process, a result of successive concepts and connections that were formed during the previous stage. Once you get a couple of pieces in order, it’s just a matter of time until you finish. And when you do have a great idea, make sure you write it down!

 

4. Integration & verification

Not every idea you have is going to be perfect straight away, and that’s okay. Once you start to integrate concepts in a single idea, that’s when your end goals become visible. A critical eye and collaboration with friends can help your goal become a reality. Analyzing our ideas and getting verification can allow use to see how our ideas fit in the bigger picture.

 

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Where does cannabis come into the process?

Cannabinoids can have various effects on the creative process, especially during the early stages. Coming up with new ideas and nurturing these concepts is not an easy task. THC can help you frame your ideas in new ways by focusing your mind on finding solutions, and it’s this clarity that often gives us our lightbulb moment.

Cannabis can improve the creative process by helping us with divergent thinking and coming up with great ideas that we can act upon. The more creative ideas we can think of and act on, the better.

 

Best cannabinoids for productivity

Not sure where to start when finding the best cannabinoids for productivity? Don’t worry, that’s where we come in. Here are our favorite cannabinoids that help increase productivity levels.

 

1. Delta-8 THC

Delta-8 THC is the cousin of Delta-9 THC, so the affects you can expect are similar, just less potent. It produces a less anxious high, which makes it perfect for those that find cannabis too potent. We recommend using no more than 10-15 mg of Delta-8 to feel the desired effects. Don’t take too much or it can make you feel lethargic instead.

Try our 100% hemp-derived Delta-8 Tinctures – they give you full control of your dosage, so you can get your dose just right.

 

2. Delta-9 THC

Delta-9 THC is the cannabinoid that causes people to feel high. And yes, it’s great for creativity but it can also be very overwhelming for some people. It’s always best to stick with low doses, especially if you want to be more productive instead of being stuck to the couch.

Our Bluerazz Gummies contain 10 mg of THC and 10 mg of CBD to balance the effects of the psychoactive component, so you can find your perfect balance. And they taste delicious too!

 

3. Delta-10 THC

Delta-10 THC is much like Delta-9, but in many ways, Delta-10 is more energizing. So if you’re looking for something to keep you relaxed, Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC are more suitable. We recommend starting with 10 mg of Delta-10 THC and see how you respond to the effects.

 

4. CBD

Widely available on the market, CBD is one of the more researched cannabinoids and has been found to reduce anxiety and stress levels. Many studies show that CBD can help reduce the overwhelming thoughts that fill our lives daily, allowing you to move forward with a clearer head.

 

How to find the right THC dosage to improve productivity

There’s no definitive answer to how much THC a person should take to improve their productivity levels. Knowing what you are consuming and the effects it can have is important, as this will help you determine the products that are more suitable for you. Try our THC + CBD Gummy Sampler Pack and find your favorite combo.

We always recommend starting off with small doses and slowly increase the dosage over time until you find your ideal balanced state. If you do this, then you’re more likely to be successful in finding your sweet spot and less likely to experience the overwhelming side effects of THC. Should you ever find yourself in hot water and consume too much cannabis, read our guide on how to stop being high and sober up fast

Remember, everyone is different and how you react to THC can be vastly different to how everyone else responds to cannabinoids. When it comes to productivity, higher doses of THC can negatively affect your productivity levels and cause increased anxiety, nausea, panic, and paranoia. Consistent misuse of cannabis can also severely stunt your creativity and productivity, so always consume responsibly!

For more information, get in touch with us today.

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