Marijuana edibles are food or drink items made with marijuana or infused with marijuana oils. Ingesting edibles is an alternative to smoking or vaporizing marijuana. Edibles come in many forms, e.g. baked goods, candy, teas, soft drinks and more.
Edibles will affect you differently
than smoking or vaping.
What effect edibles will have on you depends on several factors: the type and potency of the edibles you are using, your tolerance, your body chemistry, and even how much you’ve had to eat. Because the effects of eating an edible differ greatly from the effects of smoking, many first time users are caught off guard by the stronger potency and long-lasting effects. Unlike the edibles being sold in the medical world, recreational marijuana edibles will be highly regulated and tested ensuring consistency throughout the product you purchase. One end of that cannabis chocolate bar will have the same strength as the other end. Furthermore, the amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) will be clearly listed on each package.
Best advice when trying edibles
Start with a small amount. The state regulated serving size is 10mg of THC. We suggest you start with this or less— then WAIT. Wait for a good hour and a half to assess the full effect before trying some more. The effect takes much longer to come on, and lasts much longer than with traditional smoking or vaping.