The Difference Between Smoking And Eating Weed

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So what is the difference between smoking and eating weed? While some enjoy a healthy mix of mingling pre-rolls with edibles, the majority choose a path and stick to it. Smoking weed kicks in way faster Photo by Greg Raines via Unsplash Inhaled marijuana takes 10 to 20 minutes to kick in, lasting for an hour or so before the effects start to fade. There are key differences between edibles and smoke marijuana, from their dosage to effects. On the other hand, while edibles are harder to manage, they’re also discreet and won’t affect your health negatively.

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There are key differences between edibles and smoke marijuana, from their dosage to effects.

If you’ve been consuming marijuana for a while, you know consumption methods can greatly affect your high. While both edibles and flower contain THC, the highs they produce are different. So what is the difference between smoking and eating weed?

While some enjoy a healthy mix of mingling pre-rolls with edibles, the majority choose a path and stick to it. Gummies are consumed by almost 50% of all who indulge while joints/smoking is used by the older more...

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