Edible marijuana has been popular for some time, but with medical marijuana legal in some states and recreational edibles legal in some states, more and more people are using edibles. Dispensaries have plenty of types of edibles to choose from, such as:
Brownies and other baked goods
Many people prefer THC edibles over smoking because it’s so convenient. You can discretely pop an edible in your mouth, and nobody will know, which isn’t possible if you smoke marijuana.
If you’re new to eating edibles, one problem you can have is knowing how many edibles can you eat safely and how much you need to feel the full effects.
It’s a good idea to pay attention to the milligrams. When you buy edibles from a dispensary, the milligrams will be listed on the packaging.
There isn’t a magic number of milligrams that works for everyone, and several factors will determine how much you should take, including:
The type of edible
Your body weight
It’s important to understand that the dosage that works for a friend may not work for you.
It can be challenging to know how much is too much or too little. You can use the guide below to determine how much is best for you.
First-time and infrequent users: If you don’t eat edibles often, it’s best to stick with one to two and a half milligrams. This amount will help relieve anxiety, stress, and other symptoms and improve your creativity and focus.
Recreational users: If you use edibles relatively often, five milligrams will provide euphoria and more relief from the symptoms you suffer from that require edibles. It’s important to understand that his dosage can impair your coordination and perception. If you’re not a regular user, consuming this many milligrams can cause adverse effects, making you feel miserable for a few hours.
Significant THC tolerance: If you’ve been using edibles or smoking marijuana daily and for a while, you should be able to handle 20 milligrams. This amount of THC creates a powerful feeling of euphoria and can impair your perception and coordination.
Experienced, high-tolerance users: If you’ve been smoking marijuana or eating edibles multiple times a day, you can try 50 to 100 milligrams, but this should be done very carefully. This amount of THC can seriously impair your coordination and perception. If you aren’t as experienced as you think, you can experience unpleasant side effects, such as pain, nausea, and a rapid heart rate.
Regardless of how experienced you are with marijuana, it’s best to avoid high doses of 150 to 500 milligrams because this amount of THC can result in nausea, paranoia, and anxiety.
People use marijuana for recreational purposes and to treat various physical and mental health issues. If you’re thinking about trying edibles, it’s best to stick to the above guidelines. If you eat enough but not too much, you’ll have a positive, enjoyable experience every time.
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