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Reply #30 posted 10/17/20 2:34pm

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That´s some great advice, thanks for sharing.

As far as edibles go, that quote you posted is very much on point. You really get the most of the THC if you ingest it instead of smoking or vaping it. Vaping is better than smoking in many ways but I find the effect I get from smoking much, much stronger than vaping, even though I have two of the best vaporizers money can buy. I used to use them much more often after buying them and was really happy with them but one day I smoked again and immediately had a greater effect than I ever had with vaping. My friends, who also own great vaporizers, feel the same way about this. Probably because combustion decarbolizes more THC or something like that.

djThunderfunk said:

KoolEaze said:

See, those are the perks of legalization. You know exactly what you´re getting, in high quality, and probably for a reasonable price. Making edibles in places where weed is still illegal is often a gamble and you risk ruining or wasting your stash. wink

Personally, I´ve mostly had bad experiences with edibles because I either felt nothing at all or I got a bad triplike experience that just wouldn´t end. It´s difficult to control and it´s probably best if you don´t have to go to work the next morning.

One of my neighbors once consumed edibles and freaked out so badly that she started waking up all the neighbors in the building and started shouting at them and hitting them so they had to call the police. This is probably not the case if you get your stuff from a reliable dispensary that has good quality control.


I wouldn't know personally, since edibles don't effect me, but smoking and eating provide 2 totally different experiences.

“The real difference between edibles and smoking or vaping is that with edibles, a much larger fraction of Delta-9-THC makes it to the liver first. There it gets converted to 11-hydroxy-THC,” Jikomes says. “So in other words, if you smoke or vape, the ratio of 11-hydroxy-THC to Delta-9-THC is quite low, and if you take an edible it's much higher.”

https://www.vice.com/en/a...smoke-high

This is why many people report a very different psychoactive response from eating, some even "trip out" and hallucinate.

Here's something a lot of people don't know: If you ever get TOO high, and need to come down, ingest or smoke CBD that has no THC. As the balance of THC/CBD weighs heavier on the CBD side, the effects of THC are reduced or negated.

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Reply #31 posted 10/17/20 4:05pm

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KoolEaze said:

That´s some great advice, thanks for sharing.

As far as edibles go, that quote you posted is very much on point. You really get the most of the THC if you ingest it instead of smoking or vaping it. Vaping is better than smoking in many ways but I find the effect I get from smoking much, much stronger than vaping, even though I have two of the best vaporizers money can buy. I used to use them much more often after buying them and was really happy with them but one day I smoked again and immediately had a greater effect than I ever had with vaping. My friends, who also own great vaporizers, feel the same way about this. Probably because combustion decarbolizes more THC or something like that.

djThunderfunk said:


I wouldn't know personally, since edibles don't effect me, but smoking and eating provide 2 totally different experiences.

“The real difference between edibles and smoking or vaping is that with edibles, a much larger fraction of Delta-9-THC makes it to the liver first. There it gets converted to 11-hydroxy-THC,” Jikomes says. “So in other words, if you smoke or vape, the ratio of 11-hydroxy-THC to Delta-9-THC is quite low, and if you take an edible it's much higher.”

https://www.vice.com/en/a...smoke-high

This is why many people report a very different psychoactive response from eating, some even "trip out" and hallucinate.

Here's something a lot of people don't know: If you ever get TOO high, and need to come down, ingest or smoke CBD that has no THC. As the balance of THC/CBD weighs heavier on the CBD side, the effects of THC are reduced or negated.



I've tried different vapes, from great big contraptions with bags to the pens and the dabs. I don't like it. Other than the benefit of not having the smell to attract unwanted attention and the abiliity to blend in with people vaping tobacco in public, I don't see an advantage.

So I joke that I don't need that hipster trash, I like to breathe fire and blow smoke. blunt lol

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Reply #32 posted 10/21/20 6:31am

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Five more states voting this fall on legalizing marijuana
Emily Kopp 4 hrs ago

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Marijuana legalization advocates, afraid that efforts to win ballot initiatives would go up in smoke given the challenges of a pandemic, are fired up about chances in five states this fall.
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The difficulty of safely getting signatures in person helped doom marijuana legalization efforts in some states, like Idaho and Missouri. But voters will decide next month whether to legalize recreational marijuana in four states, only one of which is reliably Democratic: Arizona, Montana, New Jersey and South Dakota. Mississippi will also consider a pair of ballot initiatives to legalize medical marijuana.
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Despite COVID-19 risks, advocates managed to collect more than 661,000 signatures in four of those states in the 2020 election cycle to put the questions on the ballot. Some began before the pandemic hit, while advocates with later deadlines added protective steps like using individual plastic-wrapped pens.

In recent years, 11 states and the District of Columbia have legalized recreational marijuana for adults 21 years old or older, while 33 states plus the District have legalized medical marijuana for some patients...

http://www.msn.com/en-us/...ocid=ientp

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4/20 in 2020: Marijuana market booms amid coronavirus pandemic

Duration: 02:12 1 hr ago

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While the economy is taking a hit during the coronavirus pandemic, the cannabis business is booming. NBC News' Jacob Ward reports on the industry earnings and the spectrum of risk depending on how people consume marijuana.


http://www.msn.com/en-us/...ocid=ientp


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