For you new users, the first time you smoke marijuana can be, well, a little bit rough. Between the inability to gauge how long to pull the smoke, the burning throat, and the coughing, you might find yourself looking for other options. Luckily for you, there are ways to reap the benefits of marijuana without ever having to inhale! You may want to consider the following smokeless ways to enjoy cannabis, instead!
6 Smokeless Ways to Enjoy Cannabis
Vaporizing cannabis is actually said to be more flavorful than smoking. If you choose to vape, you’ll want to shop around for the highest quality table top vaporizers or pens. Vapor from high-quality products is much easier on the lungs when compared to lower quality vaporizers and joints. The effects will come on within minutes, but taper off within a couple hours.
Medical marijuana patients suffering from respiratory issues should not smoke or vape. With that being said, edibles may be the most effective, safest option! These days, there is quite a large selection to choose from! Keep in mind (especially if it’s your first time) to start with a low dose and give it time! Edibles take longer to kick in, but the effects last much longer when compared to inhalation methods.
This is cannabis concentrate that is taken orally, through tablets or putting a few drops in food or beverage. Ingestible oil can be purely CBD, purely THC, or a mixture of both. This method will kick-in and last for generally the same amount of time as edibles.
Tinctures are liquids that are infused with cannabis extract, that are applied directly under the tongue. If you’re looking for quick relief from your symptoms, this is the way to go. Unlike edibles and ingestible oils, tinctures skip the digestive system and immediately enter the bloodstream. This method can come in a variety of flavors and potentcies.
These are cannabis infused soaps, lotions, and salves that are good for localized relief of pain and inflammation. A benefit of topicals is that you can use them without experiencing any psychoactive effects, even if the product contains THC.
This is not a method you should be using if you’re new to the scene. This is due to the fact that dabbing yields extremely potent effects. Dabbing produces a clean, vapor that is then inhaled by the user. The effects will come on relatively quickly.
As you can see, there is an option for everyone! These smokeless ways to enjoy cannabis may be healthier, as well as more effective (depending on your symptoms.)If you believe that you’d be a good candidate for medical marijuana, call us at (844) 442-0362 or schedule your free consultation online, today. There’s no reason to suffer any longer when help is just a phone call away!
Smoking and vaping are the two basic inhalation methods for using marijuana. Both of these methods are popular, however they differ slightly in terms of health, discretion, convenience, flavor, and potency. Learn more about each and you’ll be able to choose which one is right for you.
Health is perhaps the most important factor when it comes to smoking and vaping. We all love marijuana for its awesome health benefits, but is one method safer than the other? Smoking marijuana may leave tar and carcinogens in your lungs. Vaping releases the essential oils, and allows you to enjoy cannabis’ cannabinoids and terpenes without these negative factors, because it is heated below the combustion point. Smoking should be avoided for those suffering from lung issues, or with compromised immune systems.
It must be noted that some vaporizers (mostly made in China) have been found to contain harmful chemicals, glue, and metals that when heated can be inhaled along with marijuana. Most are safe, but if you want to be extra cautious, consider using a vaporizer with a ceramic or titanium heating element.
When it comes to using marijuana discreetly, vaporizers win again. They produce a soft-smelling, quickly dissipating cloud. Better yet, because there is little to no odor, no one will know what you’re smoking.
Although vaping is permitted in more places than smoking is these days, you should still be courteous to the people around you. There may be parents of children, or people with compromised immune systems around that don’t want to inhale your vapor. While you should absolutely have the right to use your medicinal marijuana when you need it, common courtesy should not be thrown out the window.
You may think that vaping is also more convenient, but most marijuana users would actually disagree. Although rolling a joint is slightly time consuming, you must remember that vaporizers have to be charged, loaded and cleaned regularly. Smoking, on the other hand, is a quick and reliable method of use.
Heat is a big factor when it comes to the flavor of your marijuana. On one hand, vaping is a good option for maintaining flavor because you can adjust the temperature. If you overheat cannabis, it can destroy some of the beneficial cannabinoids and aromatic terpenes. While smoking presents a greater chance of overheating, it typically provides a much richer flavor. Depending on the quality of your vaping pen, your cannabis may taste weak. If you’re using flower, smoking is the way to go. If you choose to vape, use a concentrate instead of flower as the flavor will be much more consistent and apparent.
When it comes down to it, smoking yields stronger effects. Smoking marijuana in general offers strong effects, with a very rapid onset. Again, the potency while vaping largely depends on the quality of your pen and whether you’re using flower or concentrate.
Which is Right for You?
It’s largely a matter of preference. If you are more health conscious, and looking for a cleaner way to consume, you may consider vaping. If you don’t mind the stronger smells or effect, or are looking for a less complicated and time-consuming method, you may enjoy smoking. Regardless of which method you choose, smoking and vaping are both relatively safe, effective methods for the using marijuana.
If you’re a Florida resident and feel that you may be a good candidate for medical marijuana, set up your free consultation today. You can call us at (786) 224-4005, or schedule your appointment ONLINE.