Marijuana Edibles

Marijuana Edibles

In this article, we will tell you about the benefits of marijuana edibles, weed drinks, and other marijuana-infused dishes.

1. Measured dosage

For both medical marijuana patients and recreational marijuana users, dosage plays a significant role. Have you ever experienced a high from a too potent edible? What happens when you eat weed with a too high level of THC? The effect is less than pleasant. It is very risky and undesirable for many pot users. After the legalization of marijuana, many producers of marijuana edibles started to state the dosage of their products on the packages. The best dose to start with is 5 mg of THC.

2. Effects

Now, when you know where to start, it is important to understand the effects of marijuana-infused products. Cannabis edibles can take up to an hour to kick in and keep you high for as long as 6 hours! The effect of marijuana edibles on the human brain is more sedative than that of smoking or vaping. It is great for patients who suffer from insomnia and severe pain.

3. Discretion and accessibility

In the modern world, human privacy is of the highest value. Edibles are one of the ways to consume marijuana discreetly. They do not smell and can come in the form of various products, from fruit strips to chocolate bars. Edibles are accessible to those users who are particular about taste because there are countless different options of infused treats nowadays.

4. Cooking with marijuana

Cannabis enhances the flavor of many dishes. Most of us are familiar with pot brownies, but cannabis can also spice up the taste of pizza, butter, and granola. On the Internet, you can also find a lot of cannabis-infused salad recipes that are both tasty and healthy. The mother of modern cooking with cannabis is Alice B. Toklas, the author of many recipe books.

5. Enjoy the traditions

Cannabis has been ingested for thousands of years. Archaeologists have found marijuana seeds and oil in China, where the plant was used as food for more than 10,000 years. Since 1,000 B.C., the Hindu culture has been celebrating the effects of ingesting weed in the form of a special drink called Bhang. So, be proud of honoring the cultural inheritance of humanity!

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