It’s the holiday season that we’ve all been waiting for. It’s that time of the year when we will be able to have a good time with our family (only the ones we live with to maintain less exposure to COVID-19) and fill our bellies with delicious food and desserts. Though the pandemic has ruined a lot of our plans in the last few months, we can still maintain a holiday spirit with our family in a safe way by getting tested before the visit.
But, with all the family members under one roof, how would you manage to keep your cannabis consumption under wraps? That may be one of the troubling questions for patients who have recently received their MMJ Card Temecula. Well, there’s no need to worry.
I have a list of a few cannabis delivery methods that will help you achieve the discreetness that you need.
My first choice after smoking cannabis is sublingual strips. These are small dissolvable strips that are coated with a very specific amount of THC or CBD. So, dosing with sublingual strips is very easy.
In addition to easy dosing, it’s very simple to use these strips. All you have to do is place a strip under your tongue and let it dissolve. It disappears within a few minutes. And since you are using the sublingual route, it takes far less time than edibles to kick in. You will be able to experience the effects within a few minutes.
Just like sublingual strips, oral tinctures are meant to be used through the sublingual route. These tinctures are concentrates or oils with varying CBD and THC concentrations. You can use them by squeezing a few drops (or as recommended by the doctor) from the tincture under your tongue and wait for the effects to kick in.
Tinctures work quickly and deliver strong effects which is perfect for people suffering from severe health conditions.
A fairly recent addition to the cannabis products list is the transdermal patches. These are small cannabis-infused strips that can stick to any part of the body. It’s more or less like a band-aid. But, instead of putting it on an injury, you stick to one of the venous areas of the body. These patches work topically. In simple words, the cannabinoids enter your bloodstream through your skin. The effects are delivered gradually over a period of time. This is why it’s a great option for all-day relief and for those who do not like the high of cannabis.
Edibles are one of the most widely available and used cannabis products. They are ingestible cannabis products which are usually in the form of cannabis-infused food. You can easily find them at your nearest dispensary.
Edibles provide a wide range of variety for the consumer. From the traditional chocolates and brownies to the modern beef jerky and popcorns, you can choose from an assortment of products.
Edibles take time to kick in in but deliver very potent effects. With the right dose, you can really benefit from using edibles.
If your medical condition allows the use of raw cannabis, you should give it a go. Raw cannabis is a superfood. Along with all the therapeutic benefits, you get to have the goodness of important nutrients like fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and fiber.
Raw cannabis can be used as roasted hemp seeds, as a part of the morning salad or as a smoothie blended with your favorite fruits. The only downside of raw cannabis is that you will not be able to feel the effects of THC or CBD as these cannabinoids are present in their acid form in raw cannabis plants.
So, whether you are a smoker who needs a discreet method until the holidays end or are a beginner who wants to avoid all the attention for using cannabis during the holidays, these methods will help you achieve all the privacy you need. So, this holiday season, celebrate with your family and enjoy the benefits of medical cannabis without any worries. Just make sure to consult with your MMJ doctor before choosing a delivery method for yourself.