Cannabis edibles impact the body in a different way than traditional cannabis smoking.

http://www.greenerpastures.comMarijuana has been legalized now in a significant number of states across the US, and that means that more and more people are trying the plant for the first time. Obviously, a huge number of Americans had tried marijuana even when it was illegal, but the fact that people can purchase it now legally means that an even broader number of people will be giving it a try. Of course, some states have only legalized its use for medicinal purposes like seizure disorders and chronic pain, but even in those states marijuana consumption is on the rise. Since marijuana use doesn’t pose nearly as many health risks as alcohol, and in most studies has been shown to be less of a public health risk, it’s not such a bad thing that lots of people are putting down the glass and picking up the bud.

Now, if you’re one of those people that’s getting ready to consume recreational or medical cannabis for the first time, there are a few things that you should know about marijuana before you start putting it into your body. First of all, it’s really nothing like consuming alcohol, so don’t use that as your starting point. Smoking or eating marijuana is a fairly unique experience, so don’t go in with any sort of expectations. Second, there are lots of different marijuana products out there, and each of them is going to impact your body in a different way. They’ll generally be similar, but they differ in terms of how you’ll feel, how long they last, and how potent they are. For example, there are lots of different cannabis buds out there, and each of them has a different chemical makeup. Some will make you feel sleepy, some will make you giggly, and some will help to alleviate pain better than others.

On top of there being different strains, there are also different kinds of marijuana products. When you smoke marijuana, for example, it starts to impact your body within a minute or so, and the effects generally don’t last as long. Of course, how much you feel the marijuana will be determined by how much you smoke, but in general, smoking marijuana is a more short-term form of marijuana consumption. However, if you eat cannabis edibles, the impact could last for several hours, and it’s generally a much more potent experience. Also, when you eat a marijuana edible, it can take up to a couple of hours to fully kick in. Thus, if you eat a marijuana candy bar and you aren’t feeling anything half an hour later, don’t eat more. Let it kick in, see how you feel, and then make a more informed decision.

If cannabis edibles sound more your speed, make sure you buy them from a dispensary like Greener Pastures that only makes the highest-quality edibles out there. They have a huge inventory of edibles to choose from, and each is made with the utmost care. Head to their website at to check out their menu.