Not everyone has the same effects from cannabis

If I use cannabis oils and vaporizer cartridges for instance, I get a lot more THC compared to the terpenes that you get in cannabis flower products

Brain chemistry is a really complex subject. Everybody seems to be affected by substances in unique sorts of ways. I for one don’t always experience the same kinds of intoxicating effects from alcohol as my friends do, for instance. A lot of my friends tell me that they enjoy feeling drunk from alcohol. I on the other hand end up feeling more depressed and not as euphoric. I honestly only feel depressive effects from alcohol and never the numbing euphoria that other people always attest to. I recently found out that people experience similar effects with cannabis. Some people get a lot of euphoria from certain strains of cannabis while other people get the opposite and will feel anxious and stressed out. I love sativa strains of cannabis but there’s plenty of people that just can’t handle them. On the other hand, I’m not a big fan of Indica strains unless I’m trying to go to sleep. They are definitely some indicas that will make me feel happy and excited, but a lot of indica’s just make me feel sedated and tired. But then there are plenty of people that will use it all day long with good effects. I think it just has to do with your individual brain chemistry because everybody’s affected by cannabis differently. On top of that, I also noticed different effects depending on what type of cannabis products I’m consuming. If I use cannabis oils and vaporizer cartridges for instance, I get a lot more THC compared to the terpenes that you get in cannabis flower products. You still get terpenes and cannabis oil, but the ratio is much smaller and you get a lot more THC instead. I get a full spectrum effect from cannabis flower products by contrast.

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