Be aware that edibles can take up to an hour to kick in.
Eat a small amount at a time, and wait an hour or more between doses.
Don’t get dehydrated, make sure to drink water.
Remember that eating weed edibles is much stronger than smoking it.
If you get anxious, try to stay calm. Nobody has ever overdosed from edibles.
Don’t try to get as high as possible. It’s not a competition.
Eat real food before you try an edible.
Don’t eat pot food too quickly. Start small and low.
Don’t take edibles food with empty stomach.
How to make edibles? This edible dosage calculator will help you to cook and dose cannabis edibles. We show you all of the steps to make your edibles.
Reply 4 weeks ago
THC is bad, it makes you psychotic. CBD is good, it cures psychosis.
If your canna oil turns out super green or not green at all, that’s fine. The green-ness relates only to the chlorophyll present, not how strong the canna oil is.
Guidelines for dosing:
However, don’t feel bad if you just compost it or throw it out – nearly all the good stuff is in the canna oil now!
You can use the processed cannabis in other things once you’ve squeezed out the oil, but it shouldn’t have much THC left in it at all. One of the most awesome ways is to mix it with softened butter – you end up with an awesome cannabis compound butter that you can use on toast or maybe even put a dollop on a steak or under the skin of a chicken.
Another good thing to keep in mind: you can even do half canna oil and half butter if you need the edibles to be a little less strong.
The BBC is not a credible source for discussions of this nature.
Um, that’s the study the BBC article was based on.
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