If you’re considering medical marijuana, you’re probably aware that smoking a joint fills your lungs with toxic compounds and can be very harsh on the throat. Though smoking cannabis is the quickest way to get the effects of THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, which is the psychoactive compound that gives marijuana users a high, there are newer and better ways to take medical marijuana to ease your discomfort.
As marijuana gradually becomes decriminalized state by state, medical entrepreneurs are promoting components of the cannabis plant to help those struggling with maladies ranging from menstrual cramps to seizures.
Wondering how to take medical cannabis or how to use medical marijuana to ease your pain or discomforts?
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All the Ways to Take Medical Marijuana (no Joints Involved)
Many patients enjoy “vaping” medical marijuana in a vaporized form because it delivers instant relief without hurting your lungs like smoking can. It also doesn’t leave your house smelling like a college dorm.
2. The Volcano Vaporizer
With a price tag of about $500, this high-end vaporizer traps the marijuana vapors in a bag, which patients can inhale from. It requires loose-leaf marijuana and according to the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, this device provides a safe and effective cannabinoid delivery system. “The final pulmonal uptake of THC is comparable to the smoking of cannabis, while avoiding the respiratory disadvantages of smoking.”
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