Eat Your Cannabis: The Benefits of Edibles You May Not Have Known

Are you considering trying edibles for the first time? Learn the primary benefits of edibles you may not have known about.

At the time of writing this, recreational cannabis is legal in 11 states. While this may seem like a far cry from our Northern neighbor’s full legalization in 2018, the United States is slowly becoming more accepting of cannabis legalization.

Legalization is bringing former cannabis naysayers out of the woodwork. Global cannabis usage rose by 60% over the last decade.

Though edibles have always been a little controversial, they’re becoming more mainstream. Some reports even suggest edible sales will triple by 2022.

If you haven’t tried eating your cannabis yet, we think you may be open to doing so after reading the five benefits of trying natural edibles.

1. Dosing Edibles Is Becoming Easier

If you’re a medical patient, it’s important to take the right dose. Recreational users should also know how much THC they’re consuming. It can be difficult to determine how much THC you’re allowing into your bloodstream if you’re smoking cannabis. If you’ve ever accidentally eaten too much of an edible, you know why dosing is essential.

Since cannabis is becoming legal in many states, new safety standards have been set. Reputable edible companies include dosing information on their products. They also conduct rigorous tests to ensure that doses are consistent across the board, every time.

The benefit of properly dosing is that you can get the exact high you want. It may take some trial and error to find what dosage works best for you.

We recommend beginners start with 5mg or less, then work their way up. It can take anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours for your edibles to kick in. If you’re not feeling the effects after two hours, take another small dose and wait it out again. Continue this process until you feel the desired effects you want.

2. No Smoking Required

Smoking anything is hard on your lungs. That’s why edibles are a popular alternative.

Edibles are appealing to users who do not want to smoke. They are found in various flavors and leave no trace (smell or taste) of cannabis, unlike other methods.

You can find edibles for any type of palette on our menu. Browse through tinctures, gummies, baked goods, and more to find the product right for you.

3. Edibles Effects Last Longer

People who ingest cannabis often experience longer-lasting effects. Edible highs can last as long as ten hours in some people.

This brings us back to the importance of proper dosing. Can you imagine eating too large of a dose then enduring a long-lasting high you weren’t expecting?

If you’re taking edibles for pain or anxiety relief, the longlasting effects will be beneficial. You can dose yourself throughout the day as needed without needing to step away for a smoke break.

Some people use edibles before bed to help them sleep better. The effects will last throughout the night to ensure a night of sound sleep.

4. You Can Consume Discreetly

Many people know the distinct scent of cannabis. Edibles, however, are great if you want the benefits of cannabis without the “I JUST SMOKED” scent that lingers even after the fact.

They look like regular sweets aside from the five-leaf icon that’s located on the wrapper or the edible itself. They have no cannabis smell. Your friends or family won’t be able to tell the difference between your edible cookie and a cannabis-free one.

Tips for Your First Edibles High

First-time edible users may be afraid of taking too much, but you can avoid a bad experience by following a few general rules.

Similar to smoking, edibles affect everyone differently. A dose that works for one person may not be enough to produce the desired result in the next. Start low and go slow. Choose a low dose and give it a couple of hours to work its magic.

Reap the Benefits of Edibles

How you choose to enjoy cannabis is entirely up to you. Whether you’re a seasoned smoker or a new to cannabis, there are a plethora of benefits from edibles.

If you’re considering to try edibles for the first time, we have your back. Visit us and let us help you make your first time unforgettable. We have two Nevada locations for your convenience! Check out our menu to find an edible you are interested in trying.