I’ve l acquired to be careful with dosing
I am a fan of cannabis-infused edibles. I’ve tried smokable flower rolled into joints & blunts and packed into pipes or bongs. I’ve experimented with refillable & disposable carts, dabbing concentrates & tinctures. While the weird consumption methods each offer identifiable benefits, I regularly go back to edibles. I appreciate the simplicity of them. They don’t require any specialized skills or equipment, and consuming edibles doesn’t cause a mess, waste, smells, smoke or ass. They are not only easy but discreet, then no 1 needs to assume that I’m eating a cannabis-infused cookie. Because I have our medical marijuana card, I shop at the local dispensary tax free. I’m eligible for higher potency & quantity because of the card. This is helpful, because it’s easily hard to choose our favorites from the wide menu of optionsâ€¦ My local dispensary includes an on-site bakery where they create fresh & innovative cannabis edibles. They offer a wide selection of dark, milk & white chocolate, peanut butter cups, mints, hard candies, gummies, brownies & chips, but just recently, they began selling cannabis ice cream & beverages. I have tasted the cannabeer, colas & mocktails & was surprised by the nice flavor & texture. I appreciate drinking cannabis-infused drinks rather than alcohol to avoid the hangover. I’ve l acquired to be careful with dosing. The effects of edibles take a while to set in but tend to be more intense & can last for hours. I make sure to start with the minimum suggested dose & wait for the full effects to be realized before consuming more.