Edibles

When most people think of cannabis, they tend to envision the female plant’s flowers in their natural form because smoking the dried flowers is the most common form of consuming cannabis. However, in recent years, some manufacturers have developed a means of using carbon dioxide to extract the plant’s over one hundred cannabinoids (aka “hash oil”) as well as a means of making both cannabis butter and cannabis cooking oil which they then infuse into various types of food products called “edibles”. In fact, some cannabis users find that consuming cannabis edibles to be more palatable and that the effects are both more intense and longer lasting than when smoking or vaporizing cannabis.

Consequently, cannabis edibles may contain the psychoactive cannabinoid THC as well as non-psychoactive cannabinoid CBD or, they may only contain CBD.

http://outreach.mcneill-lab.org/google-street-view-and-air-quality-mapping where to buy priligy What the different types of cannabis edibles? 
Cannabis edibles come in many different forms ranging from cakes, to brownies, to chocolates to hard candies. In addition, there are also cannabis infused hot and cold drinks which are also called “edibles”.

In fact, cannabis can be infused into nearly any food product and thus, in addition to the many different cannabis edible manufacturers, there are now cannabis chefs who have created recipes for infusing cannabis into various dishes ranging from relatively simple dishes to complex gourmet cuisines.

How do cannabis edibles work? 
Cannabis edibles are absorbed by the human body in a different manner than when smoking or vaporizing cannabis. For instance, when smoking or vaporizing cannabis, the plant’s various cannabinoids are absorbed by the lungs and thus, the effects are felt almost immediately.

However, unlike smoking or vaporizing cannabis which causes the user to feel the effects almost instantly, consuming a cannabis edible can take as much as an hour for the various cannabinoids contained in the edible to be absorbed by the human body because the body needs to first digest the food product.
The amount of time it takes for a user to feel the effect of consuming a cannabis edible varies from person to person because different people have different metabolic rates. Therefore, people with faster metabolisms will likely feel medicated far more quickly than those with slower metabolisms.

It should be noted that metabolizing cannabis edibles often causes a user to feel the effects much more strongly than when smoking or vaporizing cannabis because cannabis edibles are typically made with highly concentrated cannabis extracts (aka “hash oil”), cannabis infused butter or, cannabis infused cooking oil.

Cannabis consumers should be aware that unlike smoking or vaporizing cannabis which causes the user to feel the effects almost instantly, the concentration of cannabinoids in cannabis edibles differs from product to product and thus, it can sometimes be difficult for a user to gauge their level of medication when consuming a cannabis edible. Thus, cannabis edible dosing suggestions should be closely followed.