When a person does not use anything else but cannabis and excludes stimulant drugs or alcohol, weed impacts the brain and the body mostly positively.
The effect of cannabis depends on:
- the person and his/her expectations
- the form of consumption (smoking, eating)
- the consumption device (joint, pipe, vaporizer)
- the strains consumed
When cannabis is smoked, the effects are often immediate, but they depend strongly on the strains/types of cannabis. To get the best strains, buy weed online Canada.
The greatest effect of good sorts is felt within the first 20-30 minutes, and usually, it takes between three to four hours to vanish. Each cannabis strain/type is different and has its characteristics; so, the effects of weed use can vary completely from strain to strain. AAAA weed or quads are the finest strains, the cream of the crop with a strong odor and sharp flavor. You can buy AAAA weed here.
Marijuana is widely consumed in foods and drinks. The effects of marijuana, when consumed in this way, are greatly enhanced, and the time of action increases from 6 to 13 hours.
Get the Munchies? Psychological Effects
It is worth noting that when using marijuana, many people experience a significant increase in uncontrollable hunger and dry mouth after taking it. Also, their subjective perception of the world, control of time, and thoughts may change. At one moment, a person may open his/her eyes and not understand how he/she got there or may stop talking and not be able to remember what he/she was talking about a second ago.
Euphoric “high” feelings with simultaneous emotional calmness may occur. Novel ideas and insights, combined with strong leaps of thought, characterize thinking under the influence of weed. Memory can be affected. What happened 6 minutes ago is already forgotten. Due to the disturbance of short-term memory, time seems to pass more slowly. Perception gets intensified; insignificant things may be perceived more clearly.