Washington was one of the first states to legalize recreational marijuana. At first, there were only a few dispensaries that sold to recreational customers, and their selections were fairly limited. Today, though, consumers over the age of 21 can buy all kinds of bud products in Shoreline WA and across the state.
This article will focus on one popular kind of product that has been gaining traction since legalization. It will introduce readers to cannabis-infused edibles, offering some basic information about how they’re made and what consumers should expect when they eat them.
What Are They?
Before legalization, popular knowledge of cannabis-infused edibles was restricted more or less to amateurishly-produced and thus usually very difficult to dose pot brownies. Not only are today’s brownies much more potent, tastier, and easier to dose, but they’ve also been joined by a whole host of other types of edible cannabis products. These products range from cookies and ice cream to pot-infused drinks and more.
Why Eat Them?
Health-conscious consumers understand that edibles, unlike most other types of bud products in Shoreline WA, do not need to be smoked. The effects of marijuana are a little bit different when it is ingested through heat-infused edibles, though. Edibles tend to be more potent and produce longer-lasting effects, which can take some getting used to.
How Are They Dosed?
Since edibles take longer to affect smoking, it can be difficult for recreational users to dose them appropriately. Most of the time, the packaging that comes with edibles will include a statement regarding potency. It’s always best for readers to start with a very small amount and to wait at least an hour before ingesting more since edibles affect everyone a little bit differently.
Learn More Today
Want to find out more about cannabis-infused edibles, concentrates, smokable flowers, and more? Readers can find plenty of information online and contact Local Roots dispensaries for answers to any questions they may have. Once they’ve chosen to give cannabis-infused edibles a try, readers can either place their orders online or head over in person to pick them out.