I appreciate the variety of flavors and the simplicity of consumption.
I’ve been a frequent client at the cannabis dispensary ever since they first opened their doors. I’ve experimented with all of the odd consumption methods and a variety of brands and potency. I’ve smoked bowls and bongs, rolled my own joints and purchased infused pre-rolls. I’ve played around with refillable vape cartridges and disposable vape pens. I took luck of the assistance of the budtenders at the dispensary, rented gear and spent some time in the dispensary’s dab lounge. I explored a wide variety of concentrates, including wax, shatter, sauce and hash. I was impressed with the particular advantages of cannabis-infused topicals and tinctures, but my preferred method continues to be edibles. They are actually odd from all of the other options. Because the cannabinoids are ingested, they need to make it through the intestines before entering the bloodstream. This process delays the onset of effects anywhere from thirty minutes to two hours. It can be four hours to feel the full effects, while this can be a problem for someone who wants immediate results, I like the gradual heightening of sensations. I also appreciate that the effects can last up to twenty-four hours. I have learned the ideal potency for my preferences and needs. I’ve gotten proper with the identifiable brands of gummies, brownies, cookies, chocolates and peanut butter cups sold at the dispensary. I appreciate the variety of flavors and the simplicity of consumption. I don’t need to invest in extra gear or worry about smoke, smells or mess. The added intensity of edibles means that a little goes a long way. I have just recently begun trying out cannabis-infused beverages.