How Cannabis is consumed
Marijuana can be smoked, eaten, vaporized, brewed and even taken topically, but most people smoke it. By smoking THC gets released, which is absorbed into the blood stream through the lungs.
Each method leads to subtly different psychoactive effects due to the THC and other chemicals being activated, and then consumed through different administration routes.
Smoking Cannabis (inhalation)Cannabis can be smoked with implements such as bongs, hookahs, and pipes. It is generally considered that smoking produces a somewhat more relaxing 'stoned' effect. Most consumers prefer using marijuana by using this method because its the quickest way. It’s also the most damaging to the lungs.
Cannabis oral consumptionMarijuana can also be ingested orally. This can be in the form of edibles, tinctures, capsules or oils. The difference between inhalation is that the effects are stronger and last longer but the time it takes for the cannabinoids to take effect will be longer.
Cannabis TopicalsTopicals are lotions that have been infused with cannabis for relief from pain, soreness, and inflammation. Most often, they make use of the medicinal properties of the cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD). Topicals don’t get you 'high'. Instead, consumers receive the therapeutic benefits of marijuana directly through their skin without worrying about damaging their lungs or consuming too high of a dose.
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