Yo, what up? It’s your boy, Dan. Let’s talk about THC capsules and why they’re the bomb. One of the best things about them is that you don’t have to worry about burning your throat or coughing like crazy. Plus, they hit you just like edibles do, so you know you’re gonna get a good high.
But why choose THC and CBD capsules over other methods? For starters, they’re super easy to dose. Each capsule has a specific amount of cannabinoids, so you know exactly what you’re getting. And with so many different types of cannabinoids out there, you can find the ones that work best for you.
So how do these capsules work? Basically, once you swallow the pill, the outer shell dissolves and the cannabinoids enter your bloodstream through your digestive system. It takes some time for them to take effect though, so don’t go popping a bunch of pills all at once. Wait at least an hour (maybe 90 minutes) before deciding if you need to take more.
There are a bunch of different types of capsules out there, so let’s break them down:
Ground Buds: Crushed up weed that’s been decarboxylated (exposed to heat) so that it’s activated.
Distillate: A thick liquid that’s usually 80-90% THC or CBD.
Crystalline: A pure powdered cannabinoid that often contains non-activated cannabinoid acids.
CBD to THC Ratio: Different ratios of CBD and THC depending on what effect you want.
Broad-spectrum: Contains all the molecules from the cannabis plant except for THC.
Full Spectrum: Contains all terpenes and cannabinoids from the source plant, including a small amount of THC.
You can even make your own capsules if you want! Just grind up some weed, put it in the oven for 30 minutes to activate it, then boil it in oil for an hour. Once it cools down, fill some gelatin shells with the mixture using a pipette.
There are a ton of reasons why people love THC capsules. For one thing, they’re super potent and last for hours. Plus, since each capsule has an exact dosage, you don’t have to worry about inhaling too much smoke. And if you’re trying to keep your weed habit on the DL, capsules are way more discreet than smoking.
But like anything else in life, there are some downsides to THC capsules. If you take too much at once, you might feel anxious or paranoid. And if you use them too often and in large amounts, you could experience side effects like loss of appetite or mood changes.
But don’t worry – there are ways to avoid these negative effects. For instance, try taking CBD capsules instead of THC ones. They’re non-psychoactive and their effects build up over time like vitamins.
And on top of being super fun to use recreationally, THC capsules can also be used medically! They’re great for reducing pain and muscle spasms or treating nausea and vomiting. Just make sure to start with low doses if you’re new to using them.
So there you have it – everything you need to know about THC capsules! Just remember to take it slow and stay safe out there. Peace!