I am doing the same thing with a dome screen and a solo2. Also, using 0.03g in a nonavong through a bubbler for topups.My flower vape's oven holds .08 to .09 grams and can be pushed to hold nearly .15. 06 to .08 with dosing caps. When I'm into reducing my intake whether because I'm coughing or running low on weed or trying to reduce my tolerance, I add little screens which curve into the bottom and top of the dosing caps to reduce the volume to .04 to .05.
At the other end of this specturm!, when I'm trying to get high and stay high I can vape a dab of really strong stuff every 45 minutes or so. Though truth be told, at a certain point I just stop getting much higher and am essentially wasting fairly expensive rosin and live resin.
Would be nice to know if there is scientific work on this.
I’ve been quiet so far, as I didn’t think I could add much to the discussion- but temperature and dose is something I’ve been paying close attention to all year. So here’s myWhat temperature do you all microdose at please? Is the temp the same as a regular session or do you adjust for the load size? Seems like a dim question but something I've not seen mentioned in my microdosing reading.
if you take 1 smallish hit and can't feel anything, you're microdosing.
And why would we do that?
Microdosing shrooms for example is very different from macrodosing them, but there are noticeable effects and they're not subconscious at all, so I wonder what cannabis microdosing is all about.
Yeah, I read about your coffee experiment and found it super interesting, because the effects you describe look a lot like what I got from shroom microdosing: it (among some other things) made me super productive and focused.My experiment doing a minimal-dose gave me effects that I could perceive, but just barely. It was like a nootropic. I should probably experiment with experiencing cannabis in this way, but I really value at least mild inebriation at night and don't want to negatively affect my tolerance and screw that up.