Which Marijuana Product Is Best For You?

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Now that many states have legalized weed, new products are popping up almost every day. With all the product choices in the marijuana industry, it can be overwhelming to know which ones to choose. Gone are the days of walking into your local shop and choosing between 4 strains of weed or a hash brownie. Now there are hundreds, if not thousands of products that all claim to give you the best possible high, but how can you be sure which marijuana product is best for you? In this guide, we will teach you which products are best for your specific desires.


Smoking flower is the oldest and most popular way to ingest marijuana. Flower is an excellent choice if you are new to the weed world, as you can easily limit how intense you want your high based on how much you smoke. This is also a fan favorite because of the diverse ways there are to smoke it. Flower can be ground up and made into a joint, a blunt, or a spliff. You can also pack a few nugs into a pipe or a bowl. There are even flower vaporizers on the market today which look and work like wax vapes, but are designed to be used with flower. Flowers are a great social way to smoke, since a few friends can easily pass around a joint and still all get a pretty intense high.



Most people either love or hate edibles, as they deliver an extremely intense high. Edibles are a great option if you don’t want to smoke for health reasons, or you just don’t like inhaling smoke in general. You can choose from tons of different edibles, from cookies and brownies to beverages and gummies. Edibles are tasty and potent, but you can find ones with less THC if you are nervous to try them. Either way, if you choose a high THC or low THC dose, we recommend waiting at least 30 minutes to feel the full effects, as edibles have a way of sneaking up on you. The high from edibles generally last longer than the high from flowers, so it’s better to start with a lower dose and east more, rather than eat too much at once.


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Concentrates include wax, hash, and oil. There are tons of ways to ingest concentrates ranging from dabbing to vaping. These are a good option if you still enjoy smoking but are looking for a little cleaner version. Concentrates have a higher THC percentage than flowers, so you don’t need so take as many hits to feel a decent high. You can find disposable pens that have a battery included and are a very convenient way to vape. If you like controlling your hit, dabbing is a great option for you.


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