The right dosage for each person varies according to their metabolism, weight, tolerance and experience level
I look forward to visiting the local cannabis dispensary and finding innovative and new opportunities for consuming marijuana. I started out strictly smoking dried flower. The method is very simple and relaxing. I enjoy the quick onset of effects and the strong flavors and aromas. However, smoking does create noticeable odors and the mess of ashes to deal with. The process draws attention and requires extra gear. Rolling a joint takes some time and effort. After experimenting a bit with different consumption methods, I’ve shifted towards edibles. I really appreciate the simplicity, convenience and flavor. Weed edibles are simply products that contain cannabinoids that I can eat or drink. The chemical compounds impact both my mind and body. Most of the edibles contain THC, which is responsible for the euphoria or “high” associated with cannabis. There is also CBD present in most of the edibles, which provides medicinal benefits. The combination of THC and CBD can help treat headaches, insomnia, pain, inflammation, anxiety and all types of issues. The dispensary sells a wide range of gummies, chews, baked goods, chocolates, mints, hard candies, drink mixes and beverages. THC consumed by way of edibles is processed through the digestive tract. The longer it takes the THC to be absorbed, the ore long-lasting the effects. I don’t feel the full results of eating an edible for several hours. I have learned to be cautious about the amount I consume. The right dosage for each person varies according to their metabolism, weight, tolerance and experience level. For me, the best dose is somewhere between two to three milligrams.