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If a person is a wiz in the kitchen and like a full-body high, making your own cannabis-infused foods can be a rewarding enterprise. Making something as basic as pot brownies or using clarified ghee butter can really up the savory game. Some suggest using approximately a gram of ground cannabis flower per serving size and don’t forget to decarboxylate first.
Suppositories allow cannabinoids to bypass the liver and go straight to work on helping to ease ailments. Usually about the size of the top section of a pinky finger, the usage isn’t as unpleasant as one might worry and the potent effects of the smooth, concentrated medicine have been reported to be excellent.
Though a slow release of THC, CBD, CBN or a combination of cannabinoids, transdermal patches can deliver the beneficial parts of the plant directly to the bloodstream. Many find them effective, discrete and the perfect choice for someone new to the experience of cannabinoids.
The effects come on like a regular smoke sesh, but everyone passing the joint has a story to tell and getting lifted is a slow-roll process. Long-lasting and easy to use, the patch makes means a user doesn’t have to think twice about things while going about his or her day.
If a consumer is using cannabis to ease aches and pains and isn’t concerned with getting high, topicals may be the best bet. Living in a legal U.S. state means possible access to a rub or cream containing activated THC, which reportedly works wonders and is non-psychoactive when applied topically.
CBD creams are also a nice option and cannabidiol is said to work on inflamed joints right away. Read the ingredients, though. Some topicals come with different herbs and additives that increase their effectiveness.
Additionally, look for the words “full spectrum” when choosing a salve, lotion or other type of topical.