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Smoke inhalation is often depicted in popular media as the most common way of consuming cannabis. However, this method often has unwanted short- and long-term effects on a person’s health. Blunts, joints, and even water bongs produce smoke and irritants that can immediately trigger asthma and allergic reactions. More than that, long-term smoking makes a person more likely to experience emphysema and other respiratory ailments.
Eating cannabis edibles, on the other hand, does not have these unwanted side effects. Dishes laced with cannabis oil, for example, allow even those with respiratory disorders to enjoy the medicinal benefits of marijuana without risking their health.
In terms of psychoactive effects, infused edibles also provide a different experience compared to blunts or joints. Smoked marijuana is absorbed by the lungs and immediately affects the user within 10 to 30 minutes. In comparison, ingested cannabis products are processed by the liver -- an indirect method with a peak effect that can last for 30 minutes to 3 hours. This means that it takes a longer time for cannabis to take effect and for the effect to subside.
In addition to maximizing the medicinal benefits of the plant, edibles also provide people with a greater variety of options when it comes to marijuana consumption. This is because food-grade cannabis extracts are quite versatile: they can be used for desserts, full recipes, as additives to beverages, or even taken sublingually by itself.
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There are various cannabis products that can be readily used as an ingredient in both desserts and regular dishes. Among the most common are cannabis oil and cannabis butter. Canna butter, as its name suggest, has a thick consistency that makes it a perfect spread for jams, toasts, and other breads.
Cannabis oil, on the other hand, has a liquid form. As such, it can be easily mixed with various types of oil, like olive or coconut, and used as salad dressing or to prepare other recipes and sweets. Tinctures and tonics are also popular cannabis products that can often be found in kitchens. These can be applied directly under your tongue, or you can put a drop of it in your tea or coffee. Alternatively, tonics and tinctures can be applied topically to provide relief for muscle spasms, seizures, and cramping, among many other conditions.
Cannabis-infused oil and butter may be used in the same way as regular oil and butter. But in order to maximize the medicinal and culinary effects of these cannabis extracts, it’s important to take note of these tips:
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