Are you incapable of experiencing the effects from cannabis edibles?

Even though I tried using alcohol for the 1st time in college at 18, I had a natural tolerance for liquor compared with my roommate Max.

I could still function on five or even more than five shots while that would be enough to knock Max off her feet. I assumed this had something to do with me being so overweight at the time, but my tolerance for alcohol persisted after I lost a lot of weight and became slender. Alcohol holds little value or interest in my life, so I could tell anyone that my tolerance is low right now. It’s possible that I would still possess my former capacity to consume giant quantities of liquor, or my personal pharmacology has changed and now I no longer have the same innate tolerances I had before. I wondered the same for cannabis edibles, as I’ve had mixed experiences with them through the years. Once a friend gave myself and others a harshly potent cannabis chocolate candy that had myself and others feeling as if I was dying for several eighths. The body, tactile hallucinations were unbelievably uncomfortable and unsettling, to boot. However, there have been other cases where I took a giant dose of THC as cannabis edibles and barely felt any noticeable effects. My cannabis nurse told myself and others that some people have livers which tend to chop apart THC more than it would in a weird lady. I quit using the cannabis edibles because I can’t afford the cost of the products needed to experience discernible impact. I’ll stick with inhaling cannabis with a pipe or a vaporizer. At least I get more use out of the same amounts of THC compared to cannabis edibles.


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