Ediblocked – Why Some Folks Can’t Get Lit Off Edibles and Scientists Be Clueless!

Ediblocked - Why Some Folks Can't Get Lit Off Edibles and Scientists Be Clueless!Yo, what up my cannabis enthusiasts! It’s your boy Dan coming at you with some real talk about why some of y’all can’t get high from edibles. Yeah, you heard me right – if you’re one of those people who can blaze up a joint like it’s nobody’s business but feel absolutely nothing when you eat an edible, then you might be ediblocked!

Now, for those who don’t know, edibles are like the holy grail for getting lit AF and staying high for hours on end. When you eat THC-infused goodies, your liver breaks down that THC into a stronger form that hits you like a ton of bricks. And the best part? The high lasts for hours on end, giving you that extended euphoria that we all crave.

But here’s the kicker – some folks out there are immune to this magical experience. They can puff on a blunt all day long and feel great, but when it comes to eating edibles, it’s like they’re chewing on cardboard. It’s more common than you think, and it all comes down to how our bodies are wired.

So, why can’t some people get high from edibles? Well, scientists are still trying to crack the code on this one. It turns out that our genetics play a massive role in how we react to cannabis. Some peeps have variations of a liver enzyme that make them “too efficient” at metabolizing THC when they eat it. This means that the THC gets converted into an inactive form before it even has a chance to hit your bloodstream or brain.

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And let’s not forget about good ol’ CYP2C9 – the enzyme responsible for turning dronabinol into THC, the stuff that gets us high. Some folks have gene variants that make it tough for their bodies to metabolize THC at all. It’s like they’re skipping steps in the process and missing out on that sweet, sweet high.

But wait, there’s more! Your liver and genetics also play a huge role in how your body processes THC. Factors like fat metabolism, age, frequency of use, and body weight all come into play when it comes to getting high. So, if you’re feeling ediblocked, it might be because your genes are playing tricks on you.

At the end of the day, we still have a lot to learn about this whole ediblocked phenomenon. But hey, don’t lose hope just yet! There are plenty of other ways to enjoy your weed – try smoking or hitting up some concentrates if edibles aren’t doing it for you.

And to all my medical marijuana patients out there who are struggling with being ediblocked, hang in there. Hopefully, more research will shed some light on this issue and help find solutions for those in need.

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In the meantime, keep experimenting and see what works best for you. And remember, we’re all in this together – so let’s keep blazing and raising awareness about the wonders of cannabis! Stay lifted, my friends. Peace out!

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