Choosing the right strain of weed to take for an event can make or break a night. Since there are so many strains of weed available, it’s hard to know sometimes what the right one is for you. Each person will react differently to the same bud, but some strains are famous for their well known and common effects. Taking the time to pick the right strain could save you from experiencing unwanted side effects like anxiety, and instead, leave you calm and ready to socialize!"
There is limited scientific evidence on the association between cannabis use and the development of any type of anxiety disorder, except social anxiety disorder. There is moderate scientific evidence that there is direct correlation between regular cannabis use and increased incidence of social anxiety. What this means is that regular cannabis use could increase your incidents of social anxiety. I strongly recommend that you make an appointment with one of the providers on this platform for an assessment and professional recommendation on the appropriate medical cannabis therapy for managing your medical condition.
Source: The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids: The Current State of Evidence and Recommendations for Research 1st Edition – by Engineering, and Medicine National Academies of Sciences (Author), Health and Medicine Division (Author), Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice (Author), Committee on the Health Effects of Marijuana: An Evidence Review and Research Agenda (Author)