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There are many ways to take plant based therapy medicine, each with its own effects, benefits, and drawbacks. The most common forms are oils, capsules, and the dry flower. Other methods, such as sublingual strips, oral sprays, suppositories, edibles, topicals, and dabbing, may also be prescribed if your doctor thinks they are better for you. Ultimately, the best method for you depends on your specific needs.

Plant based therapy medicine products are available in a variety of forms, including dried flower, oil, capsules, edibles, topicals, oral sprays and vape cartridges.

Each product type offers its distinct advantages and drawbacks. For instance, smoking or vaping the dried flower is most beneficial in situations like managing breakthrough pain due to its rapid onset of action. However, its shorter duration may not suit individuals requiring consistent and lasting relief. Furthermore, long-term usage of smoking and vaping can adversely affect lung health.

Conversely, oil, the most commonly prescribed form, has a slower onset of action, typically taking 1-2 hours, but provides prolonged effects. Oils allow for more precise dosing, but some may find them somewhat fiddly, and the strong taste can be off-putting.

Plant medicine capsules, while convenient and more palatable, present challenges in titration compared to oils. Therefore, achieving the perfect dosage for individual patients can be more challenging with this form.

Ultimately, what form of plant based therapy medicine is best will depend entirely on the individual patient’s situation, so it is essential to have discussion with a doctor regarding which form would be more appropriate for you.