| Posted on Sun, June, 9th 2013 by THCFinder
There are a number of ways to feel the effects of THC, and it seems that day by day new methods of ingestion are popping up. While smoking joints, bowls and bongs are probably the most popular options for a lot of people, there’s plenty of other ways to get your buzz. Edibles have become a very big part of the medicinal marijuana community, and they’ve come a long way since the old brownie recipes you used to follow in high school. Today we’re going to talk a bit about smoking vs. eating marijuana. We’ll cover some of the benefits, applications and drawbacks of smoking as well as eating your buds.
Smoking is the most popular method of consuming cannabis. Today we have all different types of devices to use: bongs, glass pieces, steamrollers and a host of others. Smoking marijuana typically gives you a much quicker buzz than edibles, but it also has a few cons. For one, smoking is obviously going to have a negative effect on the lungs. This can be combated by vaporizing as it allows you to ingest the THC without having to take in the smoke.
What once started with brownies has transformed into a plethora of different tasty treats. Today there are a number of different edible marijuana products that pack a potent punch. You can choose from brownies, cakes, lollipops, BBQ sauce and even soda. The edible variety has become very popular, and culinary experts have turned it into a science. Orally ingesting marijuana will typically lead to a much more potent buzz that will last longer. It’s important to note that many of these treats can be enticing to minors, so you have to be certain you keep them out of reach.