THC Marijuana Drinks
Eating THC edibles can be scary, even for seasoned smokers. Before legal medical marijuana and the revolution in dispensaries & lab testing, it was extremely difficult for a novice to determine the potency of a home baked batch of brownies, but now we have candy bars with the THC content listed in milligrams. Legalization and marijuana dispensaries has made cannabis foods much safer, but it’s also introducing them to a whole new audience, many of whom have no idea what to expect.
So here’s the scoop: Eating 10 – 25 milligrams of THC will make your muscles relax, and waves of bliss will blanket your body. Giggling and silliness are common. You will feel relaxed and cozy, and get the best “super sleep” of your life. The high can last from four to six hours, or longer with higher doses. Keep in mind that everyone’s metabolism is different, and your weight and fitness will play a role in how your body reacts to edible pot foods. Pain patients seeking to replace pharmaceuticals can better be advised at their local medical marijuana dispensary & may grow to tolerate daily doses of THC in the hundreds of milligrams.
As the legal marijuana debate continues, industry and government will need to work together to ensure consumers are properly educated about how much THC they should be eating. Mandating budtender training at marijuana clubs or dispensaries, passing out brochures with common sense safety and dosage tips, and effective, fact-based public service campaigns will go a long way towards ensuring that first-time pot tasters have enjoyable edibles experiences instead of visiting emergency rooms.