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Eating Vs. Smoking Weed

Why the effects are so different when Eating Vs. Smoking Weed.

Eating Vs. Smoking Weed

If you’re wondering why you feel more “couch-locked” after eating edibles than you do when you smoke marijuana, here’s the answer:

Eating Vs. Smoking Weed. When marijuana is smoked or vaporized, delta-9-THC is absorbed by vessels in the lungs and the chemicals reach the brain very quickly. When cannabis is orally ingested, the delta-9-THC is converted in the liver into 11-hydroxy-THC.

11-hydroxy-THC is twice as strong as delta-9-THC. Metabolism by the liver is a much slower process than absorption through inhalation which results in the effect of edibles lasting twice as long as smoked marijuana. This is a benefit and drawback to many as effects of edibles can last longer than desired for some consumers. Marijuana is highly effective as a longer-acting pain treatment when orally ingested.

We hope that you will make your best informed decision on medicating, and choose what works best for you.

We have Vegan, Organic, and Natural edibles so there is something for everyone.

Our online shop offers a wide range of options to accommodate for your medicating needs.
From tasty sweets to healthy teas and baking supplies- we’ve got you covered.

Edibles are to be kept out of reach of children and pets.

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One thought on “Eating Vs. Smoking Weed

  1. Mark Jo says:

    Thanks for sharing this useful information, its very helpful.

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