Marijuana infused products, commonly referred to as ‘edibles’, provide another option to patients who cannot, or choose not to smoke their cannabis. Edibles come in many different varieties, including tinctures (alcohol and glycerin based extractions), cooking oils, premade desserts, drinks, snack foods, candies, and even chewing gum.

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Buy edibles online at affordable prices. Edibles are an ingestible form of cannabis that requires no combustion (fire) to activate its chemical compounds. Many people prefer edibles because there’s no smoke to inhale or permeate carpets and furniture. There are two common types of CBD edibles: balanced THC/CBD and CBD dominant. Balanced edibles contain equal (or near-equal) amounts of both THC and CBD. CBD-dominant edibles, on the other hand, typically contain little or no measurable THC—it’s all about the CBD.


What’s the difference between these edible types?

The terms cannabis, marijuana, weed, and hemp are often used interchangeably, but they actually refer to different aspects of the same plant. Understanding the distinctions between these terms can help clarify the different uses and legalities associated with them.

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Defining “Cannabis”

  • Scientifically speaking, everything falls under the cannabis category
  • Whether it’s the weed plant, marijuana pant, or the hemp plat, they all are classified as Cannabis (or Cannabis Sativa L.)
  • Cannabis refers to the entire plant, including all its various strains and compounds

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Defining “Marijuana”

  • Marijuana is a slang term created during the war on drugs
  • It was initially used as a negative propaganda term
  • Marijuana is often used to describe cannabis high in THC, the psychoactive compound producing the “high” effect

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Defining “Weed”

  • Weed is another slang term created in the 1960s
  • The weed and marijuana terms are often used interchangeably

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Defining “Hemp”

  • Hemp refers to cannabis plants that are low in THC (less than 0.3%)
  • An arbitrary term set by the federal government to classify low THC cannabis
  • Normally high in CBD, the non-psychoactive compound shown to have therapeutic effects
  • Hemp can also produce other cannabinoids found in cannabis, like CBN, CBG, or CBC

While cannabis, marijuana, weed, and hemp are all terms used to describe different aspects of the same plant, they have distinct meanings and uses. Cannabis refers to the plant as a whole, while marijuana and weed specifically refer to strains high in THC. Hemp, on the other hand, refers to low-THC cannabis plants that are high in CBD or other cannabinoids. Buy edibles online using your credit card.

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Why are marijuana-infused edibles typically so much stronger than smoked or vaporized cannabis? When you consume marijuana in an ingestible form, its THC is metabolized by the liver, which converts it to 11-hydroxy-THC. This active metabolite is particularly effective in crossing the blood-brain barrier, resulting in a more intense high. Inhaled THC undergoes a different metabolic process because rather than passing through the stomach and then the liver, the THC travels directly to the brain. This is why the effects of smoked or vaporized marijuana come on faster and diminish quickly.

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The Golden Rule of edibles: start small and be patient. Because of the way edibles are metabolized, it can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours to kick in, and the effects can last several hours. These effects vary between edibles, but generally, consumers report stronger body effects coupled with an almost psychedelic head high in large doses. Smaller amounts yield milder and arguably more comfortable effects, which is why we reiterate: start small and be patient, or you’re gonna have a bad time.

Edibles may be strong, but compared to inhaled cannabis, they actually deliver a smaller concentration of cannabinoids to the bloodstream. Ingesting edibles introduces only 10 to 20 percent of THC and other cannabinoids to the blood plasma, whereas inhaled cannabis falls closer to 50 or 60 percent. The effects of smoked cannabis tend to peak within the first 10 minutes and rapidly dissipate over the next 30 to 60 minutes.

Edible recipes don’t always have to consist of the the stereotypical “pot” brownie or a sugary sweat treet; nowadays, you can transform most dishes into a cannabis-infused concoction. Try some cannabis cannabis-infused granola or quinoa salad, or make your own cannabis butterand douse your kale chips with it if that’s what you’re into. We don’t care, as long as you stay cautious and responsible and remember our parent-y voice in your head when it comes time for feasting.