If you are new to eating cannabis, it’s important to understand that it’s effects are very different than smoking cannabis:
When you smoke cannabis, THC-A is converted to Delta-9 THC, a fast acting psychoactive compound. When you eat cannabis, THC-A is converted to Delta-11 THC, a much stronger and longer lasting compound. This is just one reason why eating cannabis is so different than smoking cannabis and why edibles are so great! Yumm!
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