As Canada prepares to legalize the recreational use of the marijuana, many are trying edibles as a “healthier” option, but is eating weed better for you than smoking it?
Obtaining high without smoking will probably be fitter in your body and lungs. There’s a drawback: it is far more difficult to control the large, since it requires up to you to 2 weeks to feel its full consequences, and also the dose may vary considerably, which may alter its consequences and make you greater than you intended. There may not be known cases that proves long-term injury, toxicity, or deadly overdose but it may distort our imagination, thoughts, and perceptions during consumption.
Why Eating Weed Produces More of a High
Eating weed produces more of a high because of the way THC enters the body. It metabolized by the liver before it enters the bloodstream. It causes the passes the brain barrier more quickly, and creates a potent chemical in effect in return acting on our neurons, which will leave you being high for longer.
What’s Healthier? Smoking or Eating Weed?
Your lungs and body will definitely appreciate the long term effects of eating edibles Vs. smoking. It eliminates the toxic chemicals that smoking creates, like carbon monoxide, bronchial irritants, and tumor initiators. The downside is that it is much harder to control the high, because it takes up to two hours to feel the full effects, which can change its effects and make you higher than you planned. However, there is no serious long-term harm, toxicity, or lethal overdose if you consume more than you intended.
Consumption rather than smoking weed is healthier, but it’s also difficult to self-monitor, since it can take hours before you experience the high. The meds in the body can also affect how THC is metabolized, since it will compete with other drugs in the liver. Lastly, Canada has not determine how they are going to regulate edibles and concentrates and the legalization in mid October 2018, will only be for WEED.