Since several states legalized marijuana use, celebrations involving and in honor of it have become wildly popular. Just last April 20, in fact, thousands of Americans gathered to celebrate a holiday significant to pot users — The 420 (four-twenty). These 420 celebrations have become so famous that some corporations even make the holiday part of their marketing strategy.

Of course, you can still celebrate 420 even after April 20. And you don’t even have to restrict your party favors to smokes. Cannabis tinctures are available in Tulsa as well as edibles, which are great alternatives. What’s a celebration without food, right?

Experience a Different High

While many smoke pot to celebrate the weed day, you can level up your pot sessions by munching on an edible or two throughout the day. Cannabis-infused food provides a different experience to users compared to smoking. 

The effect of smoking pot kicks in within minutes, but it only lasts around 30 minutes to an hour. Edibles, meanwhile, take their time before hitting you with their high. Additionally, they induce a more potent high that lasts for four to six hours.

The reason for this? A large portion of Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) ends up in your liver first when you consume edibles. It converts to 11-hydroxy-THC (one of the more potent THC components) later on, which makes for a higher ratio than when taking it via smoking.

Delicious Cannabis Edibles to Try

A variety of edibles are already available in the market. Choose from the following variations the edibles you want to serve to your friends in your next pot party.

  • Chocolates 

You can now buy cannabis-infused chocolates if you want to get high while enjoying this sweet treat. It comes to various forms, as well, including brownies and cookies. 

  • Gummies

Another favorite edible is gummies. This is a great alternative if you like sweets other than chocolates. They are easy to find, too; they are available in most dispensaries in states where marijuana is legal. Be careful if you have children, though, as they might accidentally eat them.

  • Granola Bars

Like chocolates and gummies, this is a satisfying treat that’s easy to bring to different parties or picnics. They are not as sweet as the other varieties, so it’s ideal for those who are not into sweet treats.

You can find other edibles when you search in the market. But remember to take them responsibly for an ultimate high experience.

Munch on Your Goodies Moderately

Since the effects of edibles take time to kick in, it’s tempting to keep eating. This shouldn’t be the case. Excessive consumption of edibles can lead to overdose, although none of the cases have been reported to be fatal. Follow the recommendations of the company where you purchased the edibles to really enjoy your weed. 

In most cannabis-legal states, 10mg of THC is the recommended serving size of weed-infused products. If you’re new to edibles, you can start with 5mg or lower. Starting slow helps you avoid the negative side effects like feeling dizzy or sick related to taking in THC.

You shouldn’t also mix your edible with booze. If you’re a beginner, you’re likely to experience an uncomfortable spinning sensation. Try to relax and remain calm if you experience these symptoms. Drink plenty of water and close your eyes, too. 

Several studies suggest that marijuana provides health benefits. So, yes, you can still enjoy cannabis-infused products even if it’s not 420. Feel free to try other types, as well. You won’t find yourself wanting for options. Finally, remember to take it easy on the dosage for an optimum experience. 

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