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Key Factors To Consider Before Buying Cannabis Products

Posted by on September 14, 2020 in Stuff with 0 Comments

Many places are now legalizing the use of marijuana for medical and recreational purposes. As a result, there are many dispensaries on the market selling legal marijuana. The good news is that marijuana has a multitude of health benefits that are still being discovered, so this is attracting many buyers.

But just like any product on the market, you need to fully understand what you’re purchasing before you buy cannabis products. After all, not all cannabis products are manufactured the same, making it essential to know the different strains and products available for you. This post explains the key factors you need to consider before buying cannabis products.

The CBD content

Cannabidiol which is also called CBD refers to active cannabidiol that is in the cannabis plant. Remember that CBD doesn’t have any intoxicating effects. When you consume the same quantity of CBD and THC, there are good chances that CBD may counteract the psychoactive effects of the THC.

Therefore, if you desire to have less psychoactive experiences, you need to consider buying cannabis products that have a higher ratio of CBD to THC. This is especially true for new users because this can improve their cannabis experience. So if you are looking for the best cannabis experience,

In most cases, cannabis products that have CBD concentration of between 4% and 9% are regarded to have a high CBD content. Aside from the CBD content in marijuana, you also need to consider its flavor and terpene profile.

The THC level

Tetrahydrocannabinol which is also called THC refers to a chemical linked to intoxicating and psychoactive effects of cannabis. Hence, you should know the potential of THC to help you understand the level of psychoactive effects you’re likely going to experience.

THC potency in a CBD product is usually expressed as a percentage. For instance, a product with a 15% THC means that the product has 150 milligrams of THC content per gram of the total cannabis content.

It’s important to remember that 20% of THC is regarded to be quite strong. In most cases, the highest THC content can go up to 33%, though many cannabis products are between 15% and 20% of THC content.

The cannabis consumption method

The way you consume cannabis products can have different effects on your bloodstream. So choosing the cannabis consumption method can affect your experience.

When it comes to ingestion, such as eating or drinking cannabis products and inhaling like smoking or vaping, they can have different effects because of the way the product gets into your bloodstream.

Inhaling cannabis products can bring its effects almost immediately. Therefore, you need to wait at least five minutes before you decide to inhale again. In this way, you can control your experience, though you should always be aware of its effects on your lungs.

On the other hand, it might take quite long to feel the effects of ingested cannabis. You may wait even at least 30 to 60 minutes for marijuana to metabolize and feel its effects. Edible cannabis comes in various forms, such as gummies, soda, and buttered popcorn.

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