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Edibles

Edibles are cannabis-infused food or drinks that can be made with either cannabis flower or concentrate.  Edibles come in a multitude of varieties, including baked goods, chocolate bars, popcorn, cooking oils, butters, gummies, mints, and beverages. Edible pros: they are a great way to consume cannabis without inhalation, making it an ideal choice for consumers with an aversion to smoking or vaping.  Consuming edibles is simple; there is no need to invest in any tools, just pop the edible into your mouth, chew, and swallow.  Edibles are manufactured with precise doses.  When purchasing an edible, you know exactly how much THC and/or CBD you're getting, which makes it easier to control your experience and avoid over-consumption. Edible cons: unlike smoking or vaping which is absorbed into the bloodstream, cannabinoids in edibles are absorbed through the digestive tract.  Consuming cannabinoids through your digestive tract causes a delayed onset, from as little as 20 minutes up to three hours to kick in.  The potency of the edible also gradually increases as the edible is digested and more cannabinoids are absorbed into the system.  Consumers sometimes ingest additional edibles when they don't experience the effects right away, which can lead to a too-intense, long-lasting effect.  Effects from edibles can last from four to six hours.  Serving sizes can be confusing; if a single serving of a baked good is only 1/5th and the label is not fully read, then there is greater potential of consuming more than one dose.

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