For instance, I have a liver that doesn’t process THC at the same efficiency as another person’s liver, so that makes it hard for me to get properly medicated from marijuana edibles opposed to inhalation products
I grew up in a family of five kids and we all had our own likes and dislikes regarding food and activities. It was hard finding a compromise that we’d all be happy with when my parents asked us what we should do on a Saturday afternoon during peak summer weather. Whenever we went to restaurants, that was even worse. One of us would demand pizza, another would shout out Chinese food, a third would ask about sub sandwiches, and the remaining two would be in cohorts asking for burgers and fries. I genuinely feel bad for my parents now that I look back on what transpired during my childhood. Being a parent is hard, but it’s humbling when I look back on my parents struggling to do the same when they were my age. But it’s instructive in the sense that I realize that you can’t expect everyone to like the same thing, not even within the same family! The medical cannabis industry is full of all sorts of different products that are intended for different purposes. I understand that many people prefer cannabis flower products, but I would much rather have cannabis concentrates instead. Others rely primarily on cannabis edibles for their marijuana consumption. None of these administration methods is inherently better than another because every person’s endocannabinoid system is unique. For instance, I have a liver that doesn’t process THC at the same efficiency as another person’s liver, so that makes it hard for me to get properly medicated from marijuana edibles opposed to inhalation products. For others, inhalation products are too intense if they’re not used to the cannabis “high” yet.
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