Cannabis-infused edibles have grown in popularity and you can see them popping at gourmet dinner, weddings, reality TV shows, and yoga classes. Cannabis smoking or vaping is still popular but according to a survey it is reported that there is an increase in consumers who choose to eat weeds.
In the majority of states, not just medical but recreational marijuana is getting legalized. It means people who steered clear from marijuana as it was illegal are now considering THC gummies or CBD candy bars or other edibles. They are curious to experience the therapeutic effect of the CBD and THC.
Consuming cannabis-infused food is tricky. The key reason is to determine its precise dosage. The way cannabis-infused cookie or a special brownie works in your body makes it hard to control the dosage. Adults must understand how CBD edibles work in their body and choose a dosage smartly.
How cannabis-infused foods work in your body?
People get the same feelings or health benefits from eating or smoking cannabis. The difference lies in how THC gets processed in your body. THC is a compound that induces the euphoric high. How the edibles get processed affects the kicking time and intensity of the high.
The motto for THC edible newbies …..Start Low and Go Slow!