The second study was at least randomized and double-blind, but still does not reflect modern cannabis use: the potency of THC used was 1.8% and the sample size was, again, small. Currently, the average percentage of THC per strain is 7-10% and some strains can go as high as 25%!
The study found that there were no significant relationships between THC and sex hormones in women. However, based on the potency of THC used, take these results with a grain of salt.
Instead, let’s examine the specific effects THC has shown to have on ovarian hormones and vice versa.
Like Hormones, Tolerance Can Fluctuate
Women generally have higher tolerances for THC compared to men, for a few reasons.
Consider the chemical properties of THC. It is lipophilic, meaning that when it crosses paths with fat cells, it will attach itself to them. You
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