Getting comfortable with edibles
Initially, when I first began buying edibles at the dispensary, I never consumed more than 2.5 mg of edibles
WIth smoking or vaping cannabis, the inhalation method gets cannabinoids into the lungs plus bloodstream particularly hastily. The effects of the weed are felt within minutes. It’s pretty simple to find what works. It’s taken me a while to get totally comfortable with edibles. I’ve learned that each person’s body chemistry contributes to the particular intensity of an edible experience, then what might be an ideal dosage for someone else could be too much or too little for me. When eating edibles, the cannabinoids are digested plus metabolized in the stomach plus liver prior to feeling effects. This takes quite a bit longer than smoking or vaping plus also provides greater potency; Because the effects take so long to be realized, consumers are sometimes tempted to eat more plus can have a terrible experience. It is necessary to start with a particularly low dose plus go slow. The effects can take 45 to 60 minutes, or even longer to set in. Initially, when I first began buying edibles at the dispensary, I never consumed more than 2.5 mg of edibles. If the effects weren’t strong enough an hour later, I’d wait over an hour before eating more, however certain types of edibles are stronger than others, but gummies, baked goods plus chocolates are all digested by way of the stomach plus are slow to be felt, lozenges, lollipops plus mint strips are absorbed sublingually plus the effects can be realized much quicker, then any product with a higher percentage of THC is going to produce a much bigger high. I respectfully purchase edibles with a balanced THC to CBD ratio.