Many cannabis users are wondering if they can switch from their usual joints and blunts to marijuana edibles. What are the main differences between eating and smoking pot? What are the effects of cannabis edibles? Let us tell you all about it.
Smoking pot is the quickest way to deliver cannabinoids to your body. However, many people are weary of such side effects as sore throat and cough, or of the constant necessity to buy pipes and vaporizers. Moreover, cannabis smoke attracts too much attention and can interrupt your privacy.
Eating marijuana is a good way to salvage THC from defective buds, trim, and other cannabis material that is not good enough to smoke it. Also, eating cannabis can give you a quite different kind of high. But still, those are not the only advantages of eating marijuana rather than smoking it. Here are the main differences between these two methods of pot intake: