Why Should You Be Using Delta 9 Edibles Instead of Smoking Cannabis?

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You probably know that delta 9 THC is the active ingredient in most of the cannabis edibles you see on dispensary shelves. You may also know that delta 9 THC is what gives those edibles their psychoactive effects. What you might not know, however, is that there’s a big difference between smoking and eating delta 9 THC. Smoking delta 9 THC produces significantly more negative side effects than consuming it as an edible. The best way to get your daily dose of delta 9 is by eating it in cannabis-infused food instead of lighting up a joint or putting hemp oil on a bowl. In this blog post, we’ll explain exactly why that’s true and why you should be using delta 9 edibles instead.

 

What is delta 9 THC?

Delta 9 THC is the most common chemical compound in the marijuana plant. It’s also the main psychoactive ingredient in any cannabis product that gets you “high”. THC is the compound responsible for the euphoric “high” feeling you get when you consume cannabis. However, delta 9 THC is not the only compound found in cannabis. There are over 100 different chemical compounds in the marijuana plant that are called cannabinoids.

Some of these cannabinoids are non-psychoactive and have very little effect on the human body. These compounds are called cannabinoids because they are created from chemical compounds called hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbons are molecular compounds made up of carbon and hydrogen atoms. There are over 20 different hydrocarbons that can create cannabinoids, and they all have different properties. Delta 9 Gummies is a specific type of cannabinoid that comes from a specific hydrocarbon called decarboxylation.

 

Why smoking causes more negative side effects than edibles

Smoking cannabis causes a rapid release of delta 9 THC into your bloodstream. This happens because the heat of a burning joint causes the delta 9 THC to rapidly change from a less active form into a more active form. When you eat cannabis-infused food, however, delta 9 THC enters your bloodstream slowly over a longer period. This is because edibles bypass your body’s digestive system and go straight into your bloodstream.

When you eat cannabis-infused food, delta 9 THC takes longer to reach your bloodstream than it does when you smoke it. This slower release of delta 9 THC into your bloodstream causes significantly fewer negative side effects than smoking cannabis. The side effects created by the rapid release of delta 9 THC into your bloodstream after smoking a joint include increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, and feelings of anxiety or panic attacks.

 

How to make your cannabis edibles with Delta 9 THC

There are three main ways to add delta 9 THC to your favorite food. The first way is by infusing your food with cannabis-infused butter or oil. The second way is to use a cannabis decoction, also known as cannabis tea. The third and most advanced way is to make a cannabis-infused edible from scratch. If you want to add delta 9 THC to your food, you’ll first need to make sure that the food you plan on infusing is safe for human consumption. The first two methods of adding delta 9 THC to your food require you to use cannabis-infused butter or oil. Delta 9 THC is insoluble in water, so you can’t make cannabis tea with it.

However, you can add it to butter or oil by slowly cooking ground cannabis in a pan of butter or oil at a low temperature. After you’ve cooked the cannabis at low heat for at least 30 minutes, you can use the infused butter or oil to make your favorite foods cannabis-infused. One gram of decarboxylated and ground cannabis can make six pounds of food.

 

Should You Be Using Edibles Instead of Smoking?

The negative side effects created by the rapid release of delta 9 THC into your bloodstream when you smoke cannabis are the main reason why people who are new to cannabis are often hesitant to try smoking it. If you’re looking for a more comfortable way to consume delta 9 THC, edibles are an excellent option.

Although smoking cannabis has proven effective for decades, eating cannabis-infused foods is becoming increasingly popular among cannabis consumers. Many people who don’t enjoy the negative side effects created by smoking prefer to eat their cannabis-infused foods. Others choose edibles for medical reasons. Smoking cannabis can irritate the lungs, but eating delta 9 THC does not.

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Anwesha Mukherjee

Anwesha Mukherjee is a Digital Media Publisher and freelance writer. She has been working in the publishing industry for over 6 years now, holding various positions at different publishing houses across India. Her work experience includes managing marketing campaigns, content development and website maintenance for various industries including healthcare, IT, finance and education.

She also offers ghostwriting services to help aspiring authors get their book published while maintaining creative control over the project.

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Anwesha Mukherjee

Anwesha Mukherjee is a Digital Media Publisher and freelance writer. She has been working in the publishing industry for over 6 years now, holding various positions at different publishing houses across India. Her work experience includes managing marketing campaigns, content development and website maintenance for various industries including healthcare, IT, finance and education.

She also offers ghostwriting services to help aspiring authors get their book published while maintaining creative control over the project.

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