Ever since recreational cannabis was legalized, I’ve been shopping at the nearby dispensary.
I’ve tried the different consumption methods to determine what works best for me.
There are definite advantages and negatives to each 1. I appreciate the quick onset of effects and the process of smoking. It’s legitimately relaxing, but however, there is work and mess involved. It takes time to roll a joint. I’m not nice at it, which means a joint rolled too loose or tight. It burns too fast or too slow or maybe needs to be relit repeatedly. Even pre-rolls create stink and ash. I’ve found that vapes give a similar experience with none of the frustration. I can buy a disposable vape pen that requires nothing more than a battery. I can choose refillable cartridges that can be used over and over. Because vapes have become so popular in recent years, they are produced by the most well-recognized brands and available in a wide variety of styles, strains, flavors and potency. Every dispensary carries a selection of indica, sativa, hybrid and CBD vapes. The better vape devices allow the consumer to regulate dosage and temperature. All it takes is the push of a button to take a hit! Unlike flower, a vape doesn’t require a combustion process. It simply heats the cannabis oil to the point of vaporization, keeping the upscale cannabinoids and terpenes intact. The result is a boost of flavor and potency. I don’t need to consume as much to like the same level of effects, and plus, there’s no problem over ashes, smoke and stinks, but vapes are far more discreet.