Smoking:Smoking is the most traditional method of consuming cannabis. It involves lighting the cannabis and inhaling the smoke. Smoking provides a fast onset of effects and allows for easy dosage control. However, smoking can be harsh on the lungs and can produce a strong odour.
Rolling joints:Rolling joints is a specific way of smoking cannabis. It’s a great way to share cannabis with friends and to customize the experience by choosing different types of papers and filters. Rolling joints can be a fun and social activity, but it can be time-consuming and may take some practice to get the hang of it.
Vaping:Vaping is another method of consuming cannabis. It involves heating the cannabis to a high temperature, creating a vapour that can be inhaled. Vaping is considered a healthier alternative to smoking, as it doesn’t produce smoke or tar. It also provides a fast onset of effects and allows for easy dosage control. However, vaporizers can be expensive and can be difficult to use for beginners.
Edibles:Edibles are a form of cannabis consumption that involves consuming cannabis in food or drink. Eating cannabis treats are convenient and discreet, and they provide a longer-lasting and more intense high than smoking or vaping. However, the effects of edibles can take longer to onset, and it can be challenging to control dosage.
Choose your favourite method or methodsThe various consumption methods for cannabis, including smoking, rolling joints, vaping, and edibles, each have their unique benefits and drawbacks. It’s essential to understand the differences and find the one that’s right for you. If you’re interested in learning more about the different consumption methods and how to get the most out of your cannabis experience, please sign up for our newsletter to stay informed.
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