Marijuana and its active components (THC and CBD) exist in many forms and strengths and can affect people in different ways.
If you choose to use, consider these questions:
Do you know your limits?
If you plan to use, consider when you’ll be using, where you’ll be and who you’ll be with. The effects of marijuana can differ from person to person. Affects also vary based on the strain and how it’s used or consumed.
If using edibles, be mindful of serving sizes and allow yourself at least two hours to react before ingesting more. This can help reduce the likelihood of experiencing a bad high. It’s also good to be mindful of potency. Some marijuana forms, like dabs (hash oil), have much higher concentrations of THC. For reference, flower usually contains 10-30 percent THC while concentrates commonly contain 60-90 percent or more. Choose products that are within your own limits, and always follow the guidelines and directions provided…