microdose

mi·cro·dose

(mī'krō-dōs),
A very small dose.

mi·cro·dose

(mī'krō-dōs)
A very small dose.
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Natural Wonder, developed by Acreage's Form Factory division, is a convenient and discreet, microdose sublingual breath spray, available on select dispensary shelves in Oregon.
The fourth is really around creating opportunities for people to microdose. Right now we don't really know when you smoke a vape pen, for example, how many milligrams are you actually getting.
Cannadips offers its products 20 per tin or in a "microdose" version 15 per tin.
James Phelps, a nationally renowned expert in bipolar disorder, posed the question, "Why is there so little clamor from patients at high risk for Alzheimer's disease and their families for microdose lithium?
These protocoles include high doses of gonadotropins against the standard dose for normal responders, short and ultrashort, mini-and microdose flareup regimen of GnRH agonists, and GnRH anntagonists.
No one would drink too much, some would microdose on psychedelics to enhance their work performance and everyone would live indefinitely long.
Accelerated mass spectrometry (AMS) studies, although currently expensive are extremely sensitive and involve a sub-therapeutic 'microdose' of radiolabeled API.
With unique flavorings, organic ingredients, and a balanced microdose of THC that is just enough to make you feel nice, this fast-acting beverage provides the effect of a glass of wine at the cost of a latte and the calories of a glass of water.
Non-traditional approaches to First-in-human studies to increase efficiency of drug development: Will microdose studies make a significant impact?
Small amounts of LSD make her feel "cheerful," more likely to "pay attention" and exercise "impulse control." She feels a remarkable focus ("I see why some people microdose as a substitute for Adderall").
L'hypodermose enAlgerie/essaid'assainissementd'une zonepar l'emploid'Ivomec(r) en microdose, duNeguvonetde larotenone Tikizd (in French).