I prefer not to inhale THC through any type of smoking method.
Cannabis edibles provide a simple and tasty alternative.
The local dispensary carries a wide variety of food and drink options that have been infused with cannabis. The effects of consuming edibles are longer and more intense than any other method. Edibles were an especially easy way for me to get started and get comfortable with cannabis. There are no special skills required to benefit from the experience. All of the products sold at the dispensary are safely packaged and clearly labeled. I know the exact amount of THC I’m getting, the recommended dosage and that product has been third-party tested. The edibles go through a strenuous process when being created for consumption. The THC is infused into either canna-butter or canna-oil. Canna-butter replaces regular butter while canna-oil can be mixed with cooking oil. Drops of cannabis extract or tinctures are infused into drinks. Because the cannabinoids are absorbed through the digestive tract and pass through the liver, the effects can take anywhere from thirty to ninety minutes to become apparent. The delayed and potent effects make it especially important to wait for the full sensations before consuming more. The effects also last much longer than with other consumption methods, making them a rewarding choice for treating chronic pain, insomnia, headaches or stress. I also enjoy edibles for pure recreational use. They are tasty, discreet, portable and can be shared. The menu of edibles offered by the dispensary is extensive. I’ve dried dozens of flavors of gummies, chocolates, cookies, brownies, mints, suckers, peanut butter cups and caramels.