Cannabis culinary has changed over the years. Most consumers do not know the type of edible they are consuming other than the mg of THC per edible. Back in the quote on quote “Reefer” days, marijuana edibles were made by extracting plant’s constituents through fat, usually butter. This type of edible was your typical edible years ago, these types of edibles are rarely found anymore. It is a more time-consuming way to make edibles in today’s age so few still offer these edibles while most folk probably use this process to make home-made edibles. Expect an all-around over-all great body buzz great for pain.
BHO extraction oil is a popular method to infuse edibles. BHO extraction is one of the most popular methods to extract the medicinal constituents for purposes of making edibles. Edibles infused with this type of oil have THC potencies much higher than your old-school edibles. Eat your edible slowly and wait at least two hours to feel the full effects.
Full spectrum cannabis oil extracts the entire plants profile while BHO extracts such as shatter and waxes lack the entire plant profile. Full spectrum oil maximizes the medicinal value of the plant without compromising any of the activate therapeutic metabolites. When cooking or simply ingesting the oil, expect a body buzz with a slightly higher psychoactive but not where you need to ingest CBD to counteract unwanted psychoactive effects.
The final possible ingredient in your edible is THC distillate. THC distillate is pure and highly potent. Pure THC distillate is clear and delivers an intense psychoactive high. With potencies averaging 95% and higher, these edibles deliver quite the pack for your punch. With no CBD in the edible, the THC has no way to balance itself within the nervous system so expect your brain to blast off into unknown territories. Be mindful of with this type of edible because you might just need a pure CBD isolate to bring you down.