1. I got Tilray 10/10 …. it feels like i need to take more but at some point i start to cough heavily even with the vaporizer. 10-15puffs maybe.

    I’m not yet at the stage of p-waves…. I noticed if I inhale really deep i can feel a buzzing starts but then I’m gonna cough again 😔

  2. If you haven’t smoked weed before, and you want to try it, it’s really important that you heed what I’m about to say:

    Don’t get too high. 1-2 puffs properly inhaled will be enough for you. Wait 30 minutes to an hour. If you don’t feel any different, then you may not have inhaled properly (you need to *breathe it into your lungs*).

    Trust me- you don’t want to get too high, it can be very discomforting and/or scary. I’ve smoked for many years, trust me.

    Also don’t make any plans for the rest of the day, and preferably don’t have any plans the next morning.

    That being said, I personally like Indica as my strain of choice when masturbating, and that has THC in it. It might also be helpful to have a friend you know that can come over and help you should you accidentally get too high.

  3. Edibles work better for me. It makes your whole body feel relaxed. Me for, edibles take about 45 min to an hour to feel good, peak high is about 2 hours after ingestion, and I’m usually done with my high around 4 hours (but impairment can last up to 8 hours with edibles.) Just do a 10mg dose and wait an hour before doing any more. Don’t plan to drive for quite some time.

    THC gives you a high feeling; CBD is more of just a relaxer.

    THC has two strains: Stavia and indicia (or a hybrid of the two.) Stavia is more of a head high and indica is more of a body high.

    CBD and THC bind to the same receptor. This means CBD can suppress the THC high, but you’ll still feel it.

    Weekly use of THC will down regulate the receptor leading to a build up of tolerance. Don’t do as much THC your first time compared to long term users.

    Overall, I prefer it to alcohol. More relaxed feeling. No hangover. No need to keep consuming to maintain feeling (I don’t like beer.)

  4. CBD itself doesn’t do much IMHO, especially when ingested as the bioavailability is very low. IMHO you want a broad-spectrum blend, ideally with some THC in it, basically just like real flower. THC acts as a sort of “signal amplifier” in the body, it heightens your senses and emotions, but also heightens the effects of the other non-psychoactive cannabinoids like CBD, CBN, and CBG. More indica-leaning strains (high in CBN), are good for the body high that amplifies senses.

    If you’re in a state where cannabis is illegal, you might want to look into Delta-8 THC as it’s legal in many states where cannabis is not thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill.

    There are also federally-legal Delta-9 THC edibles available thanks to another loophole in the farm bill. As long as the THC is hemp-derived and under 0.3% of total dry weight, it’s legal. So it’s possible to make an edible that weighs 5 grams and contains 15mg of THC, for instance. Most states copied the farm bill language in their state laws, so these are supposedly legal in all 50 states. HomeTown Hero is one company selling such products, although they’re not cheap.

    I’m in TX so I’m mostly using Delta-8 THC products ordered from online vendors who do full lab testing on their products. There are several such vendors, including Concentr8, 3Chi, Delta Alternatives, etc. I’ve also tried some of the Hometown Hero D9 edibles, but they’re WAY more expensive, so I mostly use Delta-8 which is much cheaper.

    If you’re going to start with edibles, start slow. They affect every body differently and you really don’t want to take too much as it can be quite unpleasant. Some people just need 5-10g, other people need several hundred or more just because of built-up tolerance or the way their body metabolizes THC. Delta-8 THC is not as strong as traditional weed edibles, so you can start a little higher (10-15 mg should be a good start). For D9/cannabis edibles start with 5-10 mg until you know how it’s going to affect you. Wait at least two hours after initial dose before deciding it wasn’t enough and taking more, as the effects can sometimes take longer to hit than you expect.

  5. Thanks everyone! I plan on trying edibles. I have never had weed before, so, I will start slow.

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