Over the last seven years here at Wake + Bake, I've heard thousands of people say that the use of edible foods is a turning point in their healing journey.
These are the emails we live in here.
Our motto is "We are here to help" and some may consider edible as an "advanced" way of talking, but the most commonly reported side effects I would like to help you understand how to use edible wisely with minimal (lethargy), lethargy, oblivion).
I know things can get complicated when you discover Cannabis edibles as a resource for health and wellness, apart from smoking and recreational purposes.
Apart from all the false information and things we don't know, your experience can vary from day today.
Sometimes it works. Sometimes it's not.
Sometimes you want to play when you should be working.
When you want to relax, your concentration can be very high.
Or you faint.
Or you get a munch.
To keep things as simple as possible, start with how to take them.
Today I will talk about food.
Now, of course, I'm prejudiced, but even if I don't use THC much, I'm still injecting cannabis into many foods.
Just yesterday, a student at the Cannabis Coaching Institute said in a conversation with our mentor, "If my food doesn't taste like it now contains CBD, I don't trust it."
She was kidding, of course, but edible foods have come this far and are also an excellent delivery method for all cannabinoids.
Beyond brownies and space cakes, we are entering a new era of cooking in different ways with this powerful botanical drug.
These five reasons came to the top of the list when I started thinking about why edible was great (and when I polled others to confirm their thoughts).