It’s common to hear people complaining their edibles don’t get them high. Some end up consuming more than is required in an attempt to feel the “kick” only to ruin their experience with marijuana. When your edibles fail to deliver, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re doing something wrong.
Chances are the dosage isn’t right for you since there is no such thing as a cannabis dosage that works for everyone. For instance, people with a higher cannabis tolerance may need to consume more potent marijuana, e.g., 100 mg THC. This can be too much for some people with a lower tolerance.
Therefore, knowing your ideal dosage is the first step to getting the most out of your edibles. You can consult with an expert at a marijuana dispensary to help you determine what your ideal dosage is.
Here are other ways you can get the most out of your cannabis edibles.
- Eat fatty foods
Since THC binds to fat cells before digestion, consuming anything high in fat with your edibles will increase its effects. For instance, drink a glass of whole milk with your edibles or add extra butter to your cannabis-infused dishes.
- Use more cannabis in your cooking
Making your own edibles at home allows you to control the amount of cannabis you put in your dishes. If your edibles aren’t strong, use more cannabis when cooking and when it’s too strong, eat less, or use less cannabis in your cooking.
However, before consuming more edibles, wait at least 4 to 6 hours for the effects to kick in. Edibles take longer to take effect and waiting allows you to determine whether the dosage is right for you.
To purchase your edibles or potent marijuana to infuse in your dishes, contact Medicine Man Denver today.