Edible Cannabis

Introduction to Eating Cannabis.

Edible cannabis is safe and will not cause any long term toxicity, but food based cannabis medicines affect patients differently than inhaled methods of medicating with cannabis.

Learn dosage management that is right for you. Edibles vary in potency. Different products may contain multiple doses. Weight, metabolism, and eating habits can alter effects. Eating too much cannabis can cause extreme drowsiness, dizziness, inability to concentrate, rapid heartbeat, changes in blood pressure, need for sleep and feelings of euphoria.

Prepare for your needs before medicating.
Ensure your dosage level is appropriate.

  • Begin with a quarter of the product or even a smaller portion if you are sensitive.
  • Wait at least one half hour and analyze effects.
  • If necessary consume a small portion more.
  • Wait another half hour before consuming anymore.

If you feel you have eaten too much of a food based medicine, stay hydrated, relax and know that your symptoms will subside in a few hours.

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