Cannabis can be smoked, consumed, or vaporized in a variety of ways. Users claim that the subjective effects of cannabis vary greatly depending on the form in which it is consumed.
Smoking dried cannabis leaves and flowers (buds) in joints or bongs is referred to as smoking marijuana. That's the most common one.
Dried plant resin known as hashish is typically mixed with tobacco and smoked or added to baked goods like cookies and brownies.
Use hash oil sparingly (because to its great potency) and put it to the joint or cigarett tip before smoking.
Concentrates are THC-rich extracts (dabs, wax, or shatter) manufactured mostly from butane hash oil and commonly vaporized in small doses.
'Edibles,' or foods made with cannabis, encompass a wide range of options. The effects might be felt anywhere from one to three hours after taking the medication. Increased dosage may be the result of impatience or naiveté on the part of the user, who believes they haven't received enough of the effects and therefore continues to take more. Even experienced users may find it difficult to regulate their THC intake when edibles have a wide range of THC concentrations.
The effects of marijuana are almost often felt right away when it is smoked or vaporized.
Cannabis use raises questions about the long-term effects on one's health. This is particularly valid when used in conjunction with tobacco products.
Synthetic cannabis, on the other hand, may be even more harmful than the original.
The effects of cannabis
A certain amount of drug use is never considered safe. There is always some risk connected with taking a drug. Any medication should be used with extreme caution.
Marijuana has a different effect on different people.
On different occasions or throughout the course of a career, even the same person can have a different experience every time.
Some people feel calm and content, while others are filled with anxiety and paranoia.
There are a number of possible causes for these disparities, including:
If someone is used to using it, if they are taking other drugs at the same time, how much they consume, how strong it is, what they expect from cannabis intake, where they live, and who they are as a person all factor in.
The following are possible consequences of cannabis:
Emotional and physical well-being
increase in social skills through increased levels of joy and spontaneity in laughing
An increased desire to eat and a dry mouth are symptoms.
A large amount, a potent batch, or concentrated form may also cause the following side effects:
memory loss and sluggish reflexes
An elevated heart rate, swollen eyes, a slight anxiety and paranoia feeling are all common side effects.