Many people become interested in edibles because they don’t enjoy the harsh experience of smoking or are worried about the long-term health concerns that come with it. Vaping is another health-conscious alternative commonly recommended, but edibles can oftentimes provide longer lasting relief for chronic symptoms involving pain and anxiety. These reasons make medicating on THC edibles the ideal choice for medicinal cannabis patients.
Weed edibles don’t always have to be the typical pot brownie or a diabetes inducing sugary treat. Nowadays, you can transform most dishes into a cannabis-infused concoction. Try some cannabis cannabis-infused granola or quinoa salad, or make your own cannabis butter and douse your kale chips with it if that’s what you’re into. We don’t care, as long as you stay cautious and remember our parent-y voice in your head when it comes time for feasting.
A golden rule when it comes to enjoying your edible stone is to wait a full 60 to 90 minutes before you take more. Edibles sometimes take a while to enter the system. Ingesting more before our recommended time can lead to an overwhelming high (not fun at all).