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5 Excellent Ways to Enjoy Cannabis

Where marijuana used to be something your parents and the media would warn you against, but to the benefit of many, the paradigm is now shifting. Once considered an illicit substance, the benefits of consuming cannabis have increasingly been demonstrated in many aspects of our lives, our very own Publisher of Spinfuel VAPE included. From easing pain (our publisher’s issue) to improving mood, cannabis is far more accepted now in both a medical and recreational way. Here, we’ve put together a list of the top five ways to enjoy cannabis, and get the most out of your investment.

5 Ways to Enjoy your Cannabis

Enjoy Cannabis by Smoking It

The most traditional way to enjoy cannabis is to smoke it. Burning cannabis catalyzes the conversion of the inert molecules into the form that is responsible for the high that you are looking and inhaling the smoke gives you that perfect hit. To do this, you require a tool, such as a bong or a pipe, such as those found at Big Daddy Smoke. This is by far the most efficient way to consume and enjoy cannabis.

Vaping Cannabis

Vaping to enjoy cannabis has become immensely popular in the past few years and vape devices are found in head shops far and wide. While vapes are great for consuming nicotine and flavors, there are many tetrahydro cannabidiol (THC) products that will allow you to consume cannabis easily. These oils and cartridges don’t require any flame, as the heating coil within the vaping device does all the work for you. All you have to do is breathe it in and enjoy!

Ingesting Cannabis

For those who don’t like to smoke, eating cannabis is a great option. Baked into cakes or cookies, or purchased as gummies and other candies, cannabis edibles are discrete and tasty. The only downside to consuming cannabis in this way is that it takes a long time to kick in – up to an hour in some cases! This means it can be hard to gauge how effective the edible is until you’ve waited a while. Our publisher buys 10mg chocolate bars, and its improved his life dramatically.

Rubbing it in

Medical cannabis has been around for a long time now, and because of this, there are tons of products on the market that are designed to help with aches and pains. If you have tired, aching muscles, cannabis infused creams can allow you to target your pain relief directly to the muscles that need it. If you don’t want to smoke and aren’t looking for a whole body effect, then this is a great solution for you. (Again, our publisher wouldn’t be able to work if not for cannabis creams.)

Cannabis in Pill Form

Pills and capsules containing THC are one of the easiest and discrete ways to enjoy cannabis, especially if you like to use it to keep a certain level of relief throughout the day. Pills allow you to monitor the exact dosage that you are taking each day so that you know what to expect from the buzz. Pills also allow you to carry the THC with you easily, and thanks to the fact that they have no smell or taste, they can be easier for novice users to tolerate.

Cannabis has been solidifying its place in this new age of health care. Where we once were told to steer clear of this drug due to the misinformation and lack of research that surrounded the topic, the many benefits and advantages of the compound have now become more clear. By using our guide, you can find new and interesting ways to enjoy your cannabis.

 

Enjoy Cannabis Your Way

If Cannabis can improve your life in any way, then today, in 2019, the stigma is mostly gone and you should explore your options in the state you live. In New Hampshire we have dispensaries located in a few cities that offer all of the above, and more. These 5 ways to enjoy cannabis (medically or stress or just relaxation) is a great place to start.

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All original content is written and produced for our readers by the Spinfuel Staff. The writing staff includes Julia Hartley-Barnes, Keira Hartley-Barnes, Tom McBride, Jason Little, Melanie Hendrix, and Dave Foster. Spinfuel also publishes guest contributors on occasion. All original content is protected by US copyright laws.

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