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Which Should You Get? CBD or Weed Gummies


How well do you know the marijuana edibles market? While smoking flower is still the granddaddy way of consuming pot, edibles are rising in popularity.

The reason they're attracting customers is for a few different reasons. There's the convenience, the discretion, and the taste. Whether it's a freshly baked cookie or an infused three-course meal, you're sure to find an edible that meets your tastes.
Most popular is the weed gummy. A childhood favorite, gummies are a great tasting, easy to eat way of getting your CBD or THC dose.

But which type of gummy is right for you? Keep reading to find out.

Weed Gummies: What You Need to Know
As a reliable way of getting a consistent dose, gummies also have the advantage of using their sweetness to mask the marijuana taste. It's the extracted oil that gives them the potency (similar to what goes into the best cheapest vape juices) and then the other ingredients that offer the taste.

CBD vs THC
The most important distinction to learn is the difference between CBD and THC. As the two dominant cannabinoids in marijuana, they have the biggest influence over your experience.

THC
Typically when people thinking about taking marijuana products, they think about getting high. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychoactive agent responsible for that.

It has a much greater impact on the body and can leave you feeling sluggish and slow. Many find it relaxing, by its psychoactive properties can lead to paranoia and anxiety in some.

CBD
Cannabinol is non-psychoactive and has many medical qualities. It's finding use as a way to manage disorders like epilepsy, anxiety, and chronic pain.

Which to Choose?
The type of experience you're looking for is easy to decide once you know these differences. THC is great for people looking to unwind and relax. It has a more intoxicating effect and needs to be treated accordingly.

CBD, on the other hand, is better suited for those looking for relief from medical conditions. It's also good for those needing to be social and/or focused, as it keeps the mind clear.

A third option is hemp gummies. Hemp is a strain of marijuana that contains Practically no THC (less than 0.3%). Instead, it may offer anti-oxidants and nutrients without the possibility of a high.

Because hemp doesn't have any THC, it's legal in all states.

What to Look For?
The popular misconception is that indica strains offer higher levels of CBD while sativas have higher levels of THC. This can be true, but shouldn't be relied on.

Instead, talk to an expert and refer to the THC/CBD levels for each product to make sure you're getting the right gummies. Asking about the reputation of the different manufacturers can help point you in the right direction, too.

Final Thoughts
The edible market is continuing to grow. The number of weed gummies available is increasing with this, making it easier to find the one that best matches your needs.

The flipside is that it can seem overwhelming knowing what to choose. Using the above guide will help you navigate the menus and display cases like a pro and choose responsibly.

To learn more about THC, CBD and more, visit the Cannabis section of our site.






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