- 20/09/2020 at 4:20 pm #841shubham17Participant
I smoke 4 or 5 joints a day, and few bong shots.
My tolerance is higher than most but for some reason edibles have had me feeling like I’m in another dimension.Why is that, It’s still just thc right? so how does eating makes me feel so high and dizzy that it’s been 2 days and i’m still feeling some effect.20/09/2020 at 4:23 pm #842dynamo1Participant
I used to smoke for 10 years and I’ve smoked lots of good stuff too. After some health problems I decided to quit smoking and switched 100% to edibles. Edibles hit lots stronger than anything you smoke…indeed.
This is because when you eat it, your liver transform the thc to 11-hydroxy-THC. This is not the case when you smoke. 11-hydroxy-THC is lots stronger and causes longer effects.20/09/2020 at 4:37 pm #844PoppaperParticipant
There is a rule of edibles. never eat them in large quantity if you’re not getting high.
Edibles takes few hours to hit you. I remember when i was in kasol and tried hash brownies first time. I ate one 10mg brownie and i didn’t got high instantly. So i ate one more and one more and then i thought that it’s all waste.
And when i was on my trek to malana they kicked almost after 2 hours. All 3 brownies kicked the same time. We’re not able to reach malana as i was tripping heavily. I slept for like 18hours straight. Next day smoked a cigarette after waking uo they kicked back again.
PS: – Edibles are strong. Less is more.27/09/2020 at 7:42 pm #883AnonymousInactive
What helps best in understanding the difference between these and the highs produced by smoking cannabis is the fact that the body absorbs them differently. Two methods equal two different highs. I would like to what @dynamo1 said, 11-hydroxy-THC, a compound that’s four times faster in crossing the blood-brain barrier than THC.
Indeed, consuming edibles is healthier on your lungs and body. By choosing not to smoke it, consumers avoid toxic chemicals, bronchial irritants, and tumor initiators. Also, edibles give a clearer high.
Smart cannabis consumers should take the time to study up on edibles. Most legalized states require dosing guidelines limiting one dose to 10 milligrams of THC. So start slow, and have patience. Don’t worry about the slow-mo feel, it’s just your body and mind taking time to process all the information, you will feel normal after a few days. Here are some pointers you should keep in mind the next time you consume edibles –
1.Do your own in-depth research before experimenting with any substances.
2. Eat Before You Eat
3. Take care of ‘SET’ and your “Setting”, i.e. your surroundings and people you hangout with. Keep a trip sitter if you’re not feeling comfortable.
4.Listen To Your Body And Remain Calm.
I am attaching a Link, which everyone can watch to know more about edibles.
Your Brain On Edible Marijuana- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUhJnKKQDTE&feature=emb_title
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