This Company Wants To Define A Dose Of Cannabis With This Patent-Pending Micro Bowl

How much cannabis satisfies your need? The rhetoric in the cannabis industry is, ‘The more the merrier!’ But do you really know how much flower you need to consume? A Las Vegas startup has created the answer in the form of a revolutionary new smoking device.

Enter the world of microdosing; the next step in the evolution of cannabis consumption.

OneHitOneDa has created a better mousetrap, a one-hit pipe that allows patients to control their cannabis consumption. They have engineered a patent-pending micro pipe to be capable of dosing a consistent 50mg serving of flower. This product is setting the standard for a single dose of cannabis at 50mg.

Of course you have 1-gram prerolls at your local dispensary, but what if you don’t want to smoke the entire joint? It’s a problem the industry had to tackle sooner rather than later, as the potency of cannabis continues to increase with evolving genetics and expert cultivators.

Inventor Steven Levine, an industrial engineer, recognized how contemporary cannabis culture edified overconsumption. Levine says, "Everything was about smoking more. Bigger joints and bigger hits, all with more waste.” He continues, “Engineering revolves around metrics. We created a metric for cannabis.” Levine’s breakthrough is about how little flower is needed for a satisfying smoke, not how much could be consumed.

Along with the recent legislative acceptance of consumption lounges in Massachusetts and Nevada, the team at OneHitOneDa is ecstatic for the future. Levine explains, “Massachusetts is creating a new category of ‘pot friendly’ businesses.”The new laws will allow businesses like yoga studios and cafes to sell single servings of cannabis.

OneHitOneDa is perfectly positioned to become the ‘shot glass’ of the cannabis industry as recrealization continues to unfold.

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