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I Ate Weed: What to Expect?

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I Ate Weed. What’s Next?

Since the legalization of weed in Canada, there are very particular and individualized ways of consuming cannabis that has become increasingly popular. People have become more interested in diverse unique ways to imbibe cannabis. Although smoking, vaping, eating edibles, and taking capsules and tinctures are still some of the top ways people enjoy consuming cannabis, they are increasingly curious about the original way humans must have consumed weed, by eating it.

Ingesting cannabis is an entirely different, and at some point, more intense experience than smoking or vaping it. Buying weed online from Ganjagrams in Canada gives you a resource that will provide a much wider selection and easier access to it so that you can explore more options.

Today your choices are wider than ever. At the Ganjagrams online dispensary in Canada, it is easy to select from flowers, concentrates, edibles, and CBD products.

When eating cannabis, it is important to remember that it only becomes psychoactive when it is heated or burnt (or decarboxylated). So, smoking is traditionally an effective way to consume marijuana. The cannabis plant contains over 113 different cannabinoids. CBD is one of them. CBD (or cannabidiol) delivers several therapeutic benefits without the psychoactive effect. Both CBD and the more famous cannabinoid, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) need to be decarboxylated to be effective. In raw marijuana, THC is found in an acidic form (THCa). THCa does not deliver the euphoric effects we have come to enjoy. So, decarboxylating is important to your enjoyment.

Light-headedness:

First, it is easy to overdo it. If you are new to weed or are sensitive to THC, expect light-headedness, dizziness, and a spinning room. In this case, eating cannabis may not ultimately be for you.

Vomiting:

It is not uncommon for people who have ingested too much cannabis, to vomit. This experience is more associated with eating dried buds than with consuming an edible. It is important to know the difference.

Panic:

If you have ingested too much weed, you may panic and have a bad trip. You may even hyperventilate, your heart may race, you may hallucinate, or you may hear things. Even experienced users do.

Fatigue:

Unless you are prepared to devote the entire day to your cannabis experience, eating buds should be avoided. It will wipe you out.

Loss of Focus:

This will happen to varying degrees whenever or however you consume marijuana. Eating cannabis has a profound effect on your ability to concentrate. Some people enjoy not being in complete control of their own thoughts, but not everyone.

Forms of Proper Consumption

Do You Like Smoothies and Shakes? If that’s what it takes, mix weed with flavours you enjoy like fruits, veggies, ice cream, or sweeteners. Just add cannabis. Cannabis Juice is another good option. Juicing is becoming a popular way to extract vitamins from plants. Use your own fresh leaves. Edibles, as in sprinkling on, or in your favourite food. This is not about brownies; this is about salads or kinds of pasta, a good way to get your greens.

Buy from Our Ganjagrams Online Dispensary in Canada

Buy cannabis from the Ganjagrams online dispensary and have your order delivered anywhere you live in Canada. Find out how easy it is to get top-quality cannabis products that arrive at your door in British Columbia, Yukon, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, and etc. For any order of $150 or more, we’ll ship it free. Check out our timely blog posts for expert guidance and great ideas. One of our most important jobs is to provide you with helpful information. Contact us. We’re looking forward to helping you.

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