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Marijuana edibles are becoming more and more popular these days, especially with the advent of recreational marijuana in Colorado. Cannabis edibles offer a more discreet way to consume marijuana. Edibles are made by mixing marijuana or cannabis extract into various food products. The most popular marijuana edible are the “pot” brownies but a cannabis consumer has many options from chocolates to gummies containing some form of marijuana.
Marijuana edibles come in many sizes and forms i.e. gummies, ice cream, soda, lollipops, cakes, chocolate, etc. There are a few guidelines that a cannabis consumer should adhere to before eating marijuana edibles. Marijuana-Infused edibles are a good and discreet way to consume your medical marijuana and get the feeling that you want. You have to limit your serving size with edibles as overdosing can take place. A marijuana consumer should know how much cannabis they are consuming in the form of these marijuana edibles by way of accurate information on packaging such as THC content.
With the legalization of medical marijuana in over twenty states in the USA, cannabis edibles now know exactly how much cannabis (and THC) you are consuming with each edible. A small amount of THC, 10 to 30 milligrams of THC for example, could be enough for one serving and can result in as high for up to six hours if someone’s tolerance is low. Cheeba Chews are marijuana-infused candy that is popular among the medical marijuana patients. A Cheeba Chew is a type of chewy cannabis candy that is infused with THC and provides a more discreet way to consume your medical marijuana.
A cannabis consumer’s weight and metabolism plays a vital role in how their body will react to these marijuana-infused edibles. If you are new to consuming marijuana-infused edibles that contain a good amount of THC, you might want to start with a low THC dose of 10 milligrams. As a medical marijuana consumer, you can increase your dosage of THC with time as you find out how your body reacts to marijuana-infused edibles. If a medical marijuana patient does not want to “get floored”, it is important to be careful not to go overboard with consuming too many cannabis edibles.
While there are many companies that are now making cannabis-infused edibles, home-made marijuana edibles are still just as popular as ever. If a medical marijuana patient decides to make their own marijuana edibles, it is a good idea as a precaution, to label any edible that you make using marijuana as there is a high risk for children, friends or family ingesting cannabis by accident. It’s easy to overdose on marijuana-infused snacks; which is why it’s always safe to keep normal snacks on hand to be consumed instead of munching on the edibles containing cannabis. This is a big waste of these medical marijuana products.
Consuming marijuana edibles sounds like a good thing but consuming too much THC found in marijuana edibles can result in paranoia, hallucinations, problems with coordination, dizziness and even worse medical conditions. If a medical marijuana patient thinks they may have overdosed on a marijuana edible, there’s no need to panic. The medical marijuana patient just needs to wait it out a few hours to let their body metabolize the marijuana and the high will eventually subside.