Did you know that cannabis is dose-dependent, meaning it can produce different effects at low and high doses? Microdosing is the practice of consuming smaller doses of cannabis to receive its benefits with less psychoactive effects. Microdosing can enhance outdoor activity, be useful during the day as well as night, help relieve stress and anxiety, and soothe your everyday aches and pains.
Join Dr. Ari Mackler, Chief Scientific Officer, and Meghan Bergsman, Director of Trade Marketing, from PLUS Products to learn about microdosing and how to find your optimal dosage. PLUS Products is an industry leader in the production of delicious, discreet, low-dose edibles, and is dedicated to helping consumers “find your just right.”
What is microdosing
How to find your dose
Farmacy Cannabis Lecture Series
The Farmacy Cannabis Lecture Series is designed to deliver a small and in-depth dose of cannabis education with each session. We welcome doctors, researchers, and industry leaders to cover topics that intersect with cannabis and consumer needs.
Ari Mackler, PhD, MBA
A basic scientist by training, Ari obtained his Ph.D. from Loma Linda University’s Center for Perinatal Biology in Southern California and completed his postdoctoral fellowship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Upon completing his scientific training, Ari joined the pharmaceutical industry and focused his attention on reproductive medicine and oncology. After a decade in pharma, he concluded his tenure at Merck & Co. During this time, Ari also completed his MBA at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business. Then in 2011, he joined The Wonderful Company as their Vice President of Clinical Development. Ari developed consumer- and regulatory-relevant research and programming in support of Wonderful’s pomegranate, tree nut, and citrus businesses. Eager to continue his work in health and wellness and phytochemistry, Ari joined PLUS Products in 2019 as their Chief Scientific Officer in order to focus his attention on cannabis-related chemistry and technologies.
Meghan is an accomplished marketing and business development professional who is passionate about cannabis education and furthering the medical cannabis movement. After graduating with her B.S. in Sociology and Criminal Justice from Virginia Commonwealth University, Meghan would go on to work for top-tier law firms and a digital advocacy startup in the Washington, D.C. area. Eventually, Meghan moved to California and joined the burgeoning cannabis industry, applying her previous professional experience in marketing, business development, and event planning. Working in the space allowed Meghan to fully embrace her desire to publicly advocate for understanding and researching the medicinal benefits of cannabis. She is currently pursuing her M.S. in Medical Cannabis Science and Therapeutics at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, the nation's first graduate program dedicated to studying cannabis. In addition, Meghan regularly volunteers for organizations such as the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), Cannabis Voter Project, and the Veterans Cannabis Coalition.