Any food that is infused with cannabinoids. Any recipe that calls for butter or oil can be readily infused with cannabis. An edible’s cannabinoids enter the bloodstream through the stomach and liver, which incurs a longer effect time before its effects can be felt. This process also draws out the edible’s intoxicating effects, sometimes causing them to last between four to six hours.

Could be drinking or eating:

  • teas, soup, smoothies, salad dressing,
  • sodas
  • cannabis oil
  • baked goods: brownies, cookie dough, pasta


  • Precise dosage
  • Control over ingredients
  • Discretion
  • Longer-lasting effects
  • Peoples ability to make their own recipes, so they know exactly what they’re consuming
  • Sedentary effects help patients sleep at night
  • Non-carcinogenic


  • Finding the right dose, unpredictable
  • Onset of effects can vary depending on full stomach or not
  • Can be accidentally ingested by someone not knowing it is medicine
  • Not ideal for patients who are suffering from nausea
  • Can induce “couch-lock” for patients who need to be active

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