Not all people get the same effects from cannabis edibles

For some reason, I seem to have developed diverging preferences from everyone I know, be it friends, relatives, or coworkers.

  • I have been informed by many people at work that I have terrible taste in what I eat, although I suppose that it’s just because they all do not care for it when I bring fresh fish and put them in the microwave in our breakroom.

My boss told myself and others once that I was limited to eating fresh fish once a week, which although frustrates me, I can completely understand why this is a needed compromise. Regardless of how I might think personally, I can’t put my own preferences above that of everyone else at work. If we all operated with that mindset, we’d be imposing our beliefs and interests on other people everywhere that we go. My friends who are also medical marijuana patients keep telling myself and others that I need to stop vaporizing cannabis and simply eat edibles enjoy RSO and cannabis candies. They don’t get that a small number of people have a liver that is virtually incapable of processing THC the exact same way it would in a normal person’s liver. I happen to be a single of those people, so taking large doses of THC orally does not yield the intended effects. If I really want to think blasted with cannabis, I need to take several dabs of cannabis concentrates a single 1 after another. This would likely lay myself and others out completely and make it virtually impossible for myself and others to function respectfully. If the dabs are with indica strains then it will be even worse. I won’t get any work done if I consume too much THC.


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