Different Ways to Consume Cannabis
Your expectations, preferences, tolerance, and budget all make a difference. Learning about the types of products and their effects is essential to a rewarding experience. We highly recommend asking questions, familiarizing yourself with our menu, and always beginning with a low dosage.
You can smoke cannabis, place a few drops under your tongue, vape it, drink a cannabis-infused beverage, or eat a cannabis-infused edible. The time it takes for the cannabinoids to enter the bloodstream is responsible for how long it takes to feel the effects. Here is a brief explanation of some of our many consumption opportunities:
How to Consume Cannabis Flower
The most well-known and popular method, flower is harvested, cured and offers variety in how you enjoy it. You’ll want to look for vibrant colors, strong fragrances, and milky trichomes that ensure a maturely harvested plant. Then, after choosing from nearly limitless strains, you can roll it into a blunt or joint or smoke it from a bong or pipe. Pre-rolls are simply flower all rolled up just perfect for convenience. The onset of effects is almost immediate and a high percentage of cannabinoids is taken advantage of.
How to Consume Marijuana Concentrates
A higher level of cannabinoids and terpenes is achieved by getting rid of extra plant material and impurities. The result is a concentrated version that is described by texture, including shatter, wax, resin, kief, budder, pull-and-snap, and more. The nearly endless array of concentrates also offers a variety of delivery methods, such as vaping, dab rigs, or a little added sprinkle on your flower. Effects are felt rapidly and the incredible potency means you won’t need much.
Best Way to Consume Edibles
You’re probably familiar with cannabis gummies or brownies, but that’s just the start. Dark, milk, and white chocolate bars, truffles, cookies, caramels, sparkling water iced tea, and hot chocolate are a few of your many options when you shop for edibles from Buzzed Buds. They are so convenient. You don’t need any extra paraphernalia. You don’t burn anything so there’s no odor. Because the cannabinoids are absorbed through the digestive tract, it can take anywhere from 20 minutes to 3 hours to realize full effects. So take it slow!
Best Way to Consume Cannabis Tinctures
These little bottles are wonderfully discreet and portable. There’s no telltale odor and all it takes is a few drops under your tongue. The dropper method is very precise and with sublingual absorption, the effects come on as quickly as 15 minutes. You can also add tinctures to foods or beverages or swallow them for the delayed onset of an edible. When stored properly, tinctures last a long time.
How to Use Cannabis-Infused Topicals
Consumers are just beginning to realize the amazing potential of cannabis-infused salves, sprays, lotions, balms, bath bombs, transdermal patches, and beauty treatments. You don’t need any extra gear. Simply apply to the skin for localized treatment. There are no psychoactive effects and with an infusion of essential oils such as lavender, topicals smell just lovely.